ACSC – Return to Play Guidelines

ACSC – Return to Play Guidelines

Important Club Announcement

Return to Play Guidelines

As of 18 February 2021 

Please familiarise yourself with Altona City Soccer Club’s Return to Play guidelines.  It is important that when you attend an activity at ACSC that you are familiar with and understand what is expected of you and your family. 
We ask that before coming to Altona City Soccer Club that you do a self-assessment before leaving home – 
  • Am I feeling unwell?
  • Do I have a runny nose? 
  • Do I have a fever?
  • Do I have a cough?
  • Do I have a sore throat?
  • Do I have aches and pains? 
If you have any of these symptoms, please stay at home and get tested. For more information on how to get tested visit the Victorian State Government – Health and Human Services Website – via the link HERE or call the COVID hotline on – 1800 675 398.
Altona City Soccer Club’s Return to Play guidelines are based on directives from Football Victoria, Hobsons Bay City Council and the State Government and allow us to conduct activities at HC Kim Reserve whilst keeping us all safe and on the pitch. 
Whilst we are all adapting to this new way of life, we envisage that coaches may face difficulties ensuring young players understand and adhere to the requirements and guidelines outlined. We ask that parents and carers discuss the requirements prior to attending an ACSC activity to assist the coaching team. 
When attending ACSC we ask that you register via our QR code. The QR code can be found in numerous locations around the clubroom,  is carried by all Coaches in their team kit and can be found via the link HERE
Please read the documents below that outline the Return to Play guidelines and rules. 
ACSC  Return to Play Guidelines – 
Click here to read. 
Football Victoria’s – Return to Play Conditions – All ages 
Click here to read. 


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Altona City Soccer Club is located on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.  We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging.