Documents

Documents

Please feel free to download the documents below.


Incident / accident report form. Please use this form to record an incident or accident. Once completed please email to secretary@nutleyfc.co.uk.


Concussion guidelines - how to recognise a concussion and what to do next.


First aid emergency action plan - specific to Fords Green.


FA Best Practice and guidance notes - directory of advice, guidance, top-tips and templates.


FA Heading Guidance - updated heading the ball guidance which provides grassroots clubs, coaches and players with the recommended heading the ball guidance for training sessions only. The guidance does not make any changes to the way matches are played.


Nutley FC badge - full size.


Nutley FC badge - reduced size.


Public liability insurance evidence of cover.


Adult football personal accident insurance certificate.


Youth football personal accident insurance certificate.


Know your rights in football - for 16/17 year-olds.


NHS Track & Trace QR Code Poster.


FA guidance for restarting outdoor football 1-Dec-20.


Covid 19 pre-training / pre-match check text

Covid 19 self assessment check - do you have: a high temperature (above 37.8°C); a new continuous cough; shortness of breath; a sore throat; a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste; feeling generally unwell; persistent tiredness; been in close contact with a suspected or confirmed case of Covid-19 in the previous two weeks; you or anyone in your household/bubble been self-isolating whilst waiting for a test or test results for Covid-19.  If you have any of these symptoms you should not participate and should follow the NHS guidance on self isolation.


FA Code of Behaviour for those returning to competitive football:

  • Be aware of your own personal health. If you show any of the Covid-19 symptoms you must stay at home, inform NHS Test and Trace and seek medical advice.
  • Be responsible. Read the guidance provided by The FA and by your club so that you are aware of the changes to the game and what is expected of you. This will include things like being prepared to wash your own kit, bringing your own labelled water bottle and being aware of changes to meet-up times.
  • Practise good hygiene. Wash your hands regularly and before, during and after a game.
  • Maintain social distancing. This won’t always be possible in a competitive match environment (for example when tackling an opponent) and that is acceptable. However, before, and after a game you should maintain social distancing.
  • Face coverings. Unless you have an exemption, face coverings are mandatory for all staff in retail/hospitality outlets (e.g. a clubhouse). This also applies to users of the facility, except when seated at a table to eat or drink.
  • Support NHS Test and Trace. You will be asked to provide your details so that in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak those potentially infected can be traced. This is to everyone’s benefit so please co-operate.
  • Do not spit. Spitting and the rinsing out of mouths is now a recognised risk to health and must not be done. Avoid shouting or raising your voice if face to face with other players.
  • After the game. Be aware that other users may be waiting to use the facilities. Follow all advice if using changing rooms and showers.