COVID-19 Return to Play
Our relaunch is based on the belief that it is fundamentally safe for participants to play sports in a controlled environment. Roundnet Alberta has reviewed the many new guidelines that AHS has set out for all sports leagues in Alberta, and commit to keeping these guidelines and our policies updated with current safety standards. While we are committed to doing all we can to keep you safe, this is a team effort. We expect all registered players to adhere to the new policies and formats, and to hold each other accountable. It is essential that our community work together to safely 'sport' again.
Before you play
Screening: If you answer "yes" to any of the self assessment, you must not participate.
Self assessments MUST be completed by all players prior to every game - no exceptions.
If any player is experiencing symptoms at their game, the Team Captain must send them home immediately; play cannot commence until the individual has left the playing area. Any reasonable substitute can be used in this situation.
Wash your hands: Players should wash their hands prior to heading out to their facility each week, and bring their own sanitizer.
Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
Players should wash their hands again, as soon as possible after each game.
Masks: As of August 1, 2020 wearing masks is now mandatory in all public, indoor spaces. If playing indoors you must wear a mask during your arrival/departure from the facility, and when not playing. You are not required to wear a mask while playing, as wearing a mask while "engaging in physical activity" is an exception to the rule.
Distancing: In the lead up to the game, maintain the appropriate 6-foot social distance between teammates and opponents that are not a part of your household or personal cohort.
Sportsmanship: High fives, handshakes, fist bumps, etc are all strongly discouraged. Please provide verbal acknowledgement to demonstrate good sportsmanship. Be respectful to everyones physical space.
Sport Cohorts: Players must not be a part of multiple sport cohorts. This means players may only participate on ONE team of any sport or organization. If you are registering for Roundnet Alberta events you must commit to ONLY playing within that sport cohort.