Reminder for clubs, academies and football stakeholders observe government’s de-escalation Phase 3 towards contact and physical sports
Monday, July 06, 2020
NFABD would like to remind football clubs, academies and other stakeholders to comply with the requirements outlined by the Government of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam when conducting training activities
As announced recently, the government has now allowed all contact sports but with limitation as follows:
- Five (5) persons per training session, regardless of venues for social distancing purposes.
- No sparring
is allowed, a training regime should only be
tailored to individual players per session to the
- passing the ball between two (2) players are not allowed;
- set pieces training are not allowed;
- rondo training is not allowed:
- small sided game is not allowed; any other method considered as sparring.
- No physical
exchanges and equipment sharing
between participants. Each player should be
allocated their own football (for individual use
only) and other equipment per session. It is also
advisable for labelling system on the ball and other
equipment ie. cone markers and drinking bottle
In this regards, clubs, academies and other stakeholders are reminded
to sanitise their equipment
prior to and after their trainings. They can use disinfectant sprays but more preferable, to
wash their equipments thoroughly. Additionally, clubs, academies and other teams are encouraged to
tailor their own training regimes that complied with the guidelines issued by the government – which shall be
oriented towards conditioning, endurance and fitness among players.
At the same time, NFABD would also like to remind clubs, academies and related stakeholders that friendly matches or massive team trainings are still prohibited.
NFABD will not be responsible to clubs, academies or teams that failed to comply to the directives and guidelines issued by the government.