Safe Return Roadmap for Gaelic Games
The GAA, LGFA and Camogie Association have partnered to provide a Covid-19 Club Education Programme to help those involved in Clubs return safely to Gaelic Games activities.
The programme aims to protect the health and welfare of all those involved in Gaelic Games and minimise the risk of transmission of Covid-19 in local communities.
It is aimed at:
- Covid Supervisors and Club Officers
- Players and Parents/Guardians of Underage Players
- Team Personnel such as Managers, Coaches and Medical Personnel
More training and support will be announced for specific groups such as referees and games development staff next week.
The programme will complement information, advice and support available to Clubs through County Committees and Provincial Councils.
The information on this page summarises the initial education resources for Clubs. The Gaelic Games associations will continue to listen to the needs of its members and supporters and respond quickly where more important information is needed. The programme will be delivered in stages with the initial offering tailored for Covid Supervisors and Club Officers.
Latest Gaelic Games updates on COVID-19:
- 12.06.2020 – Summary of Updates the the Safe Return Guidelines
- 12.06.2020 – Updated Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games
- 12.06.2020 – Covid-19 Club Education Programme unveiled for Clubs
- 05.06.2020 – Covid-19 Update – Safe Return to Gaelic Games
- Latest Coronavirus Updates from the HSE Website