As per update on the official Government & FA website on the 12th June;
During the reintroduction NSJFC will follow the guidelines without deviation.
The Club has been in continued discussion with the Worcestershire FA for additional support, this has been passed to NSJFC Coaches. NSJFC is striving to establish a pathway back to Grassroots football for all of the players.
The season has officially finished so any training carried out is purely on a voluntary basis. There is no pressure for any child/player to attend.
NSJFC put the health of all its patrons, players & family members first. The Training will be only held at Greenhill Drive, during this time the clubhouse (including toilets) will not be available, we will monitor this situation going forward, please ensure appropriate measures are taken in advance to counter this. As and when Government or the FA advice changes the Club will re-evaluate its position regarding training at Greenhill Drive.
During the sessions NSJFC may alter the set up in accordance with Government & FA advice, the club will continually monitor the sessions and amend to ensure the safety of all participants.
Expectations from NSJFC to Players/Children & Parents;
Expectations from Players/Parents to NSJFC;
The facilities at Greenhill Drive (where the training sessions will be held) will be closed temporarily whilst the training sessions will be held, we apologise for the inconvenience. We will work hard (NSJFC) to prepare each football training session that will allow exercise, skill and fun and adhere to social distancing and government advice for all involved.
Training Requirements that must be met;
The NSJFC will aim to hold training sessions at Greenhill Drive at staggered times (this will allow the Players/Children to attend in smaller groups). Each Coach will forward timings of such sessions once they have been allocated.
Each NSJFC Coach will have an emergency first aid, it is imperative for this reason all Parents/Carers remain onsite during the training session.
NSJFC will be holding training sessions very soon and will be trialling ways to successfully and safely bring football back to the players. Again there is no pressure to resume training if any Player/Child or Parent/Carer have any concerns regarding resuming outdoor football training.
If you have any questions please ask your Club representative, Coach, safeguarding officer, Chairmen or drop us an email.
If you wish to read more from the Government website regarding the phased return of sport please see below.
We want to thank you in advance for playing your vital part in helping our great game get going again. By observing Government guidance and the football-specific protocols, let’s work together to ensure the transition back to enjoying football is as smooth and safe as possible.
But everyone’s circumstances are different, and if you don’t feel your child(ren) are ready to return to football, there’s no pressure. Everyone’s health, wellbeing and safety are the priorities.
Please remember to adhere to the Club (NSJFC), Government & FA Advice.
Dear Coaches /Parents
As a club myself, Mike Phillips, Dale Beddows, Louise Parker and Samantha Ann Hayes-Wilson have held a meeting 3rd June 2020 to discuss the news from Grassroots /Fa on the potential of returning some form of football for our children at Newtown Sports FC
Whilst this sounds great for our players to start enjoying there football again, as a club we feel we need to ensure we have clear guidelines and policies in place at our club to ensure the safety of all parents /players and coaching staff. DALE will be conducting a risk assessment in accordance with Fa guidelines and health care support via Louise for the returning of training and use of facilities at Greenhill drive,as you can appreciate this will take some time to complete but I’m hopeful that we can achieve soon.
No child or parent or coach need feel under pressure to return to our club for training until such time as it is Safe to do so and any policies or procedures are in place As a Community club we need to support and stop the spread of Covid19.
We will keep you updated on the developments and look forward to resuming but only when safe to do so.
Nick Hayes-Wilson Mike Philips
Co Chairman Newtown Sports FC
Our chairman Nick Hayes Wilson has been busy preparing some videos to help your kids train their football skills, during this time.
Over this period our under 10 colts manager has been preparing some videos that you can follow at home with your kids to keep their footballing ability up through these though times.
Newtown Family just reading the sad news regards Grassroots football and the FA guidelines that the season looks to be finishing for 2019/2020.Currently we are awaiting confirmation from the leagues which our teams play in as to how they will finalize, as we have teams running for league winners and also in Cup finals. Once we have this information we will pass onto coaches you the parents and most importantly the CHILDREN who im sure at this moment will be finding things very hard to take in
All this said WE need to ensure the children know what a fantastic season they have had in all our teams, ive had the pleasure to watch Grassroots kickers right up to our older age groups playing and enjoying the great game and the wonderful offering Newtown Sports has given for all to enjoy.
As a club we need to pull our community spirit even more at this testing time to ensure not only OUR football club, but also our neighbouring clubs and the wider Malvern community are safe and well and together we will achieve more. We also need to look towards the future and the great times that will be back at NEWTOWN SPORTS FC once we are officially allowed to do so.
So Newtown Family hang in there with us support us and most importantly lets come back stronger from this set back
Kind regards and #staysafe
Nick, Mike, Alec, Julie