Birthday greetings Sunday to Michelle Webb!

Happy birthday on Saturday to U7s star Ashton Lawrence1

Please scroll down for the FA statement concerning football under Tier 4

Sunday collection slot 9am – 9.30am new list below …

To lighten the mood – the Mansfield dog now has an official BGFC U12s mascot coat courtesy of sponsors DVS !

Have a decent weekend without football everyone!

All local leagues have recommended we do not arrange any friendlies until the picture is (hopefully) clearer in January

After Christmas, some managers have expressed a wish to train at Waterside which is great … please inform DH of days and times for safeguarding records [and booking if using the MUGA] and follow FA/Government guidelines

There will be another collection slot on Sunday for those who missed out on Friday – time to follow later … also, Karen has kindly appointed me as lanyard distributor lol and I will have the ADYFL ones in my car

Sunday collection slot in the Waterside car park 9-9.30am

XLA Stanno Rain JacketInitials JS on reverse COACHJamie Spiers
MA Green JacketNumber 219 and BadgeEthan Rogers
12yr Green Jacket size 152Number 933 and BadgeCharlie Barton
12yr Green Jacket size 152Number 915 and BadgeCam-Ron Waller
14yr Green Jacket size 164Number 934 and BadgeGabriel Mika
Back packNumber 430 and BadgeArchie Mansfield
Back packNumber 1465 and BadgeCasey Monk
Back packNumber 654 and BadgeOwen Boyce
Back packNumber 921 and BadgeJames Kent
Back packNumber 348 and BadgeAiden Caka
Back packNumber 658 and BadgeWilliam Pumeris
Medium size bagNumber 082 and BadgeLiam OLeary
Medium size bagNumber 239 and BadgeRonnie Dudley
Medium size bagNumber 552 and BadgeKiran Bailey
Medium size bagNumber 556 and BadgeInioluwa 
Medium size bagNumber 557 and BadgeCameron Wratt
Medium size bagNumber 334 and BadgeSeaton B
Large size bagNumber 333 and BadgeKai Jones
Large size bagNumber 219 and BadgeEthan Rogers
Large size bagNumber 551 and BadgeAlan Lamprycht
Large size bagNumber 559 and BadgeAlfie Gower
Large size bagNumber 555 and BadgeReuben Buss
Large size bagNumber 382 and Badge Harvey Smith
Med adults bottoms Orlando Caka
Large adults bottoms Tom Messenger
Size 164 youth bottoms Callum Noakes
Size 128 youth bottoms James Worthington
Large adult bottoms Rory McCredie
Size 164 youth bottoms Liam OLeary
Size 128 youth bottoms Kacper Chlebowski
Size 140 youth bottoms Kuba Chlebowski
MA bottoms Luke Couper
Size 164 bottoms Alfie Gramson
SA bottoms Alfie Glendinning 
XLA bottoms Chris Barker
MA bottoms Ronnie Dudley
MA bottoms Ethan Rogers
MA bottoms Daniel Rogers
MA bottoms Alex Peirson
MA bottoms Kai Jones
MA bottoms Kiran Bailey
MA bottoms George Mason
Size 152 bottoms Seaton B
Size 152 bottoms Thomas Hawkins
Size 152 bottoms Frankie Kelly
XLA bottoms Reece Pringle
Hoody and hats still available

Further to the government’s announcement on Saturday 19 December with regards to the introduction of Tier 4 areas and the latest information on COVID-19, the FA have issued the following update.

Football for adult participants across ‘non-elite’ football in Tier 4 areas is not permitted, including all training and fixtures. This immediate advice in place from 20 December applies to the following aspects of ‘non-elite’ football in England in Tier 4 areas:

  • Steps three to six of the National League System (NLS)
  • Tiers three to seven of the Women’s Football Pyramid
  • Regional NLS feeder leagues
  • Barclays FA WSL Academy League (unless under elite guidance)
  • Indoor and outdoor adult grassroots football
  • Vitality Women’s FA Cup (which is currently classified as ‘non-elite’ at this stage in the competition)

The government’s Tier 4 guidance states organised outdoor sport for under-18s and disabled people will be allowed, while there are exemptions for FA Girls’ Regional Talent Clubs. The government’s guidelines on travel between tiers should be adhered to. These players cannot move in or out of Tier 4 to train or play.

The government’s Tier 4 guidance confirms that elite sportspeople (and their coaches if necessary, or parents/guardians if they are under 18) are able to compete and train.

It is extremely important that clubs, players, coaches, match officials, league officials, volunteers, parents, carers, and facility providers in Tiers 1 to 3 (and permitted football in Tier 4) continue to strictly follow both the UK Government’s latest guidance on COVID-19 and respective bespoke guidance documents from The FA. Any incidents of non-compliance will be reported to the local County Football Association.

If there are any further updates from government we will communicate these in due course.

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