In line with Government, NGB and Army HQ direction the Army Sport Control Board is beginning to authorise a slow start up of some sports. Competitors at all times adhere strictly to the Government’s current policy on social distancing.
Resumption of Army Representative Sport
This table summarises the C-19 resumption status of each categorised sport and sub-discipline; GREEN indicates the sport has received authority to resume Representative (Corps and Army Team) training and competitive activity, RED indicates the sport is not yet authorised to resume (this may include pending applications). Please note that this does not apply to Unit activity, which is authorised by Unit COs in accordance with ABN 036/2021.
|HOCKEY||Previously authorised: Outdoor Training and Matches only|
|MARTIAL ARTS||BJJ & KENDO|
|MARTIAL ARTS||KARATE & TAEKWONDO||Previously authorised: Non-contact training - only within civilian leisure centres that meet PHE standards|
|NETBALL||Currently outdoors or civilian gyms only|
|PARACHUTING||Previously authorised: Training only|
|POLO||Previously authorised: Training and outdoor matches only|
|ROWING||Virtual series authorised|
|SQUASH||Previously authorised: Squash bubbles only (maximum of 6 pax) within civilian leisure centres that meet PHE standards|
|SWIMMING||OWS, POOL & WATERPOLO|
|TENNIS (REAL) & RACKETS|
|TUG OF WAR|
|VOLLEYBALL||Previously authorised: Only for outdoors or within civilian leisure centres that meet PHE national standards.|