- Maximum of 13 players and 2 coaches (per 1/4 of pitch).
- Social distancing must be adhered to on arrival, throughout and on departure from training session.
- Age groups with 2x training sessions per week are requested to split their squad training between the two sessions.
- e.g 10 players on Tuesday evening. Remaining 10 players on Thursday evening.
- Age groups with 1x training session per week are requested to split their training time in half.
- e.g 10 players for first 45 minutes. Remaining 10 players for remaining 45 minutes*.
*Earlier and therefore longer session required to build in 15 buffer between session/players.
What is non-contact training?
Non-contact training is any form of exercise or training practice that does not include the physical contact from other players i.e, tackling and forms of physical close contact.
What can we not do?
Conditioned games, small-sided games and all forms of activity where opposition and physical contact may be involved are not permitted. Non-contact training exercises will commonly be unopposed (no opposition) and essentially include social distancing between players.
What can we do?
Training content will consist of training practices with no physical contact. Content delivered will likely be in the form of drills or blocked practices. There will be no opposition or physical contact. This type of practice is excellent for the player’s technical development.
Coaches should refer to the DUCFC non-contact document that has been circulated. This document contains links to ready to deliver training content. This has been designed with the SFA Coach Education materials. More material is available to view by logging into your SFA Live account.
- Maximum of 26 players and 4 coaches (per 1/3 of pitch).
- Social distancing must be adhered to on arrival and on departure from training session i.e player zones.
There are no restrictions on training activity and contact training is permitted.