As we return to coaching sessions, the health and safety of our players, coaches and parents will continue to be our priority.
We want to be back playing futsal with no restrictions but right now that is not possible.
We will follow government guidelines and do all we can ensure that our players and coaches are training in a safe and controlled environment.
We have purchased a sanitiser spray that will ensure that our equipment is safe for every session and we have published guidelines for players, parents and coaches to follow.
The guidelines are subject to change and will follow government advice and guidelines.
PLEASE LOOK AT EACH OF THE GUIDELINES BELOW.
Social Distancing Guidelines
During these unprecedented times, the health, fitness and mental wellbeing of our players and others is a priority.
I regularly ask our players to put their hand up if they want to be a footballer and 99% do just that. It’s a dream all the children share but the reality is less than 1% will succeed. Those that do succeed will have to overcome setbacks and make sacrifices to achieve their ambitions.
What kind of player you want to be?
Think about your long term goals. You sometimes cannot control what happens but you CAN control how you respond to it. You can turn a negative into a positive and be proud of what you have achieved when this is over and we are back to normality.
Make sure you are proud of what you have
Stretching is new to our routine, however, the stretches are vital for futsal players to keep their body feeling supple and mobile and to help prevent injuries. Exercises can be done first thing in the morning and/or as part of your warm up before exercise. The earlier age group we start stretching, the easier it becomes later in life.
Club Affiliations/Syff Member Clubs
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