Updated 31st March 2021
We are pleased to announce that all of our sites are open for play. Our clubs in Scotland are currently open for non-contact play, with England open for full-contact.
In line with government guidance in England, we reopen all of sites on the 29th March. As organised outdoor sport we look forward to safely resuming casual bookings, leagues, coaching and birthday parties. The safety of our customers, teams and community remain our priority and we'll continue to adapt to ensure you can play the game you love safely. We'll see you on the pitch.
Following the Scottish Governments latest announcement, we are pleased to announce that we are able to open our Scottish sites from the 12th March. We are limited to non-contact football initially, but welcome the opportunity to start getting back to playing the game we love.
We have dedicated covid marshals on site during our peak times to ensure we are covid-secure. They will be on hand to ensure adherence to the restrictions in place to keep customers and staff safe, and to assist with any customer safety queries.
We have a robust Track & Trace system implemented to allow us to operate with confidence. We require all customers to register their details to allow us to support the NHS Track & Trace effort. At Scottish locations, we have made this easy with QR codes on all pitch gates and walkways. We’ll hold your details for 21 days should the NHS contact tracing team request them. In England, we have the official NHS Test & Trace QR codes readily available to check in with using the official app.
We’ll have covid marshalls on hand to help with this.
Yes, you can play full contact football in England. In Scotland we are limited to non-contact football and players will be required to sign an non-contact agreement before play.
We want to be sure that you are able to play in the safest way possible and so have invested significantly to enhance the safety features of our clubs. These additional provisions include face coverings when dwelling indoors, hand sanitizer units installed on pitches and throughout the clubhouses, perspex screens at all point of sale locations and a minimum of 1 metre+ social distancing grids on pitch walkways and through reception areas. Our changing room areas will remain closed until such a time that the guidance allows.
We have also significantly invested in our free app to allow players to easily pay their share before play to reduce the time spent in club. You can download the app here.
No, you are not required to wear a face covering while playing.
We do however require all players and visitors to wear a face covering inside the clubhouse.
When in play, the rule of 6 does not apply, you can play full contact football. The rule of 6 must be adhered to while not in play: this applies to our walkways, our clubhouses and in outdoor common areas. All customers must respect this in line with the current government guidelines.
Yes, you can play full contact football.
No, our changing rooms are not open at the moment. We ask that all players come ready for their game. Our toilets are still open as normal.
We do still accept cash, but in the interests of safety we are asking all customers to use contactless payment where possible. We can only accept one transaction in club per booking, so we ask that all players who can pay their share via the web or app before their game.
For now, we cannot allow spectators. With narrow walkways and one-way-systems in place, we ask that where possible there is no dwelling at the sides of the pitches.
No, you do not. Outdoor organised sports are exempt from both the rule of 6 and household limitations.
While in play, there is no requirements to remain socially distant. We have one way systems and 1 metre+ grids in place to ensure you can retain adequate distance to stay safe.
We require all customers to register their details to allow us to support the NHS Track & Trace effort. At Scottish locations, we have made this easy with QR codes on all pitch gates and walkways. We’ll hold your details for 21 days should the NHS contact tracing team request them. In England, we have the official NHS Test & Trace QR codes readily available to check in with using the official app.