Liverpool FA Offices Closed - Staff Working Remotely
Following The Government’s Announcement On Monday, For People To Avoid Social Contact And Gatherings Where Possible, And Following The FA’s Recommendation For All Grassroots Football To Be Postponed, We Are Now Advising That All Grassroots Football In Merseyside Is Postponed For The Foreseeable Future.
The postponement of football involves all football activity including fixtures, friendly fixtures, training sessions and all coach education courses.
Throughout this period, The FA has taken Government advice with the priority being the health and well-being of all.
The FA are in regular communication with the Government and the situation within English football at all levels remains under regular review.
Liverpool FA will continue to monitor the situation and follow the advice provided by The Football Association and the Government.
Further updates will follow as needed.
What about Liverpool FA Offices?
Liverpool FA offices will now be closed and staff will be working from home until Monday 6 April. Staff will be contactable on their e-mail addresses, however should you need to speak to someone please contact David Pugh on 07801 385 126.
Liverpool FA Courses
All Liverpool FA coaching and refereeing courses are now postponed with immediate effect, this may be subject to change following FA and Government advice. Further updates will follow as needed.
What if the Situation Changes?
We are actively monitoring Government and FA advice in case the situation changes and additional measures become necessary. As a matter of good practice we would recommend that leagues and clubs adopt the same approach.
Bluefin Insurance have confirmed that club and league’s Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance WILL NOT BE VALID during this period if teams continue to play or train during this period where the FA have strongly recommended to POSTPONE ALL FOOTBALL.
Get the Latest Government Advice
Read the latest information about the situation in the UK, along with guidance for what to do if you think you’re at risk.
Go to NHS.UK/coronavirus for information about the virus and how to protect yourself. Use the 111 online coronavirus service to check if you need medical help.