Train safe during the pandemic 2.0

From Wednesday 3 March we are allowed to train again in The Netherlands!

The government now allows outdoor sports activities at sports accomodations for people under 27 years old, including group trainings. Outdoor group trainings for minors were already re-allowed. Existing hygiene measures still apply, so if your team eases back into training, make sure you #trainsafe.

  • Stay home if you, or any of the people you live with, show symptoms. Follow the guidelines of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment.
  • Wash your hands before you leave the house and when you get back.
  • Keep 1,5 m distance from other people before and after training. During training, it is not mandatory to keep distance from others.
  • Only train with people of your own team. It is not allowed to train together with players of different teams or clubs.
  • Bring your own bottle of water and do not share with others.
  • Use your own equipment as much as possible. Clean all shared training materials after each session.
  • Dressing rooms and cantines have to remain closed. Change and shower at home.
  • Players of 27 years or older are not allowed to participate.
  • Keep track of the number of players that are attending training. Consider applying a maximum number of attendants.
  • Spectators are not allowed. Go home if you are not attending the training session.

Please note: group trainings are only allowed at sports accomodations. Training in groups in parks or other public spaces is not allowed.

The curfew at 21h is still in effect. Make sure you finish training on time and all members can get home safely and on time.

Minimize the risk of injuries during training. Do you need to provide first aid anyway? Check the website of the Red Cross for tips on providing first aid during the pandemic.

Please note that indoor training sessions are not allowed yet.