The BC Provincial Football Association RTS (revised August 25, 2020) and the CCFA Return to Sport Plan v2 (Sept 4, 2020) may be downloaded here.
Both these documents must be read by all participant parents/guardians, coaches and other CCFA volunteers and all the safety provisions mandated in them adhered to by all particpants in CCFA Football.
Additional Coaches Needed:
We have opportunities for both team head and assistant coaching positions available for the 2020 football season.
If you have football playing and or coaching experience, appreciate the need for volunteers in our community, enjoy teaching skills in a team concept and would like to be part of a progressive and successful football program then please email club president
(extract from pg 6 of BCPFA Return to Sport Plan)
Return to Sport must be planned around assessing the risks and developing a football specific plan to take all necessary precautions to mitigate the risk of an individual being exposed to or infected with the virus.
This Return to Sport Plan is based on a risk assessment and analysis that considers the risks presented by the type of sport activities and the place where the sport activities occur, who is involved and their risk profile, and what measures can be implemented. The following must be adhered to as part of the plan:
As with all other activities, Return to Sport will require a gradual, thoughtful, phased approach.
The provincial government plans to lift restrictions in phases, while closely monitoring population health patterns to minimize risk to British Columbians.
On June 24, 2020, while British Columbia entered Phase 3 of the B.C. Restart Plan, Contact Sports including Football effectively remain in Phase 2 of the COVID-19 guidelines (no contac sports, social distancing still required during all fitness activities)
At this time, sport activities continue to adhere to the “Transition Measures” stage of the Sport Activity Chart.
Refer to the section on Sport Programming for more information on activity types and how they can be phased in.
Please note resuming of sport activities may not be linear, increasing restrictions may be required in response to fluctuating numbers of COVID-19 cases in the province. Sport organizations need to be flexible to accommodate and respond to changes in community transmission and the changes in advice from the Provincial Health Officer.
Park Facility Operations announced today, June 26, 2020:
"At this time, the City is able to move forward with the revised permit process for modified games to resume on fields starting July 4th.
"Modified games will require physical distancing (2m) between all players, and no close-contact and/or contact activities can occur. "