NNSWF CEO Announcement: No More Waiting, Senior Football Will Return in 2020

June 10th, 2020

Dear Member Clubs and Players,

This morning the State Government announced all community sport including senior teams may return from 1 July!  This is no doubt fantastic news to many clubs and players.

Later this week, the State Government will release some measures in which we need to operate for this to go ahead, as soon they are released, we will review them and provide advice.

Please note the Acting Minister for Sport Dr Geoff Lee made it perfectly clear that the 10 person rule at training remains in place until the new framework/checklist is received and likely to continue until 1 July.

If you have not registered for the season, now is the time to do so, so your Clubs can advise Competition Administrators, and the season can be planned.

Please be patient with your Club and Zone Administrators as they prepare for the upcoming season, information, including local start dates will be released as soon as they are available.

This is a big win for football and a step to normality for the community. We thank Acting Sports Minister The Hon. Dr Geoff Lee for advocating on the behalf of sport during these unprecedented times.

Great work everyone on your continued commitment to the game!

David Eland
CEO
Northern NSW Football

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