By Marcus Uhe
Victoria’s current restrictions surrounding COVID-19 means that the NAB League will need to adhere to strict protocols in it’s return this weekend.
Spectators are limited to 1 parent or guardian per player. Security will be operating at the ground, ticking-off names of parents, staff and players at the gate as they arrive.
All spectators are required to wear a fitted facemask when they cannot socially distance and should not gather in groups of more than 10.
Singing-in to the location via the Government QR code will also be mandatory on arrival.
No spectators will be allowed onto the field of play during the breaks, or into the club facilities.
There will also be no hospitality services, such as a canteen, operating at the ground.
Staff numbers will be limited to essential matchday staff only.
Players will be asked to apply a ‘Get in, Participate, Get out’ approach, arriving no earlier than 90 minutes before the game.
All players and staff will wear masks when indoors.
All protocols are enforced in order to ensure the health and safety of all players, families and staff.
The club thanks all stakeholders in advance for complying with protocols.