Covid Update

Covid Policy - Red Setting - Vaccine Passports Required.

NZ Football has advised the following:  The Government mandated Gathering limits set out in the Covid-19 Protection Framework.  We want as many people to be able to play as possible, but we also want to make sure that this can be done safely and as easily as possible under the Government’s rules.  New Zealand Football doesn’t have a vaccine mandate. All we have done is take the existing NZ Government and Covid-19 Public Health Response (CPF) Order 2021 requirements and applied them to a football and futsal context. The current guidance, developed in partnership with Sport New Zealand and the federations, sets out how football and futsal should operate under the Red setting of the Covid-19 Protection Framework. Under the CPF, community sport operates as a Gathering. Our guidance is written to ensure that the game remains compliant with the CPF gathering limits and can be played in the safest possible environment.

For North Shore United AFC locations:  Allen Hill Stadium, Bayswater Park, Stanley Bay, Fort Takapuna, Barrys Point Reserve

 To Play, Train or Use the Changing Rooms and Showers 

  1. Above 12 years and 3 months old; To play or train with the club, you must be fully vaccinated and be prepared to show your vaccine passport on request to a Club Official. You must also create/update your profile in our database and upload your vaccine pass information to then be sighted. www.nsu.org.nz login top right of home page.
  1. Below 12 years and 3 months old; While NZ Football encourages all players to be fully vaccinated this is not required for this age group to enroll; however all children must playing must be registered with us as a player.

Parents / Spectators

  1. Parents and/or spectators wishing to watch any football matches or training sessions at our venues must be fully vaccinated and be prepared to show your vaccine passport on request to a Club Official.  All parents of minors should also update their profile within our database please login from the home page www.nsu.org.nz  

To Enter the Clubrooms

  1. The Clubrooms at Allen Hill will be treated as a hospitality venue. As such, to enter, you must be fully vaccinated and be prepared to show your vaccine passport on request. There will be a limit of 100 people allowed in the Clubrooms at any point in time.
  2. The facilities at Stanley Bay and Bayswater also requires vaccine passport for access.  There is a limit of 30 people in these rooms at any one time.

This policy will be reviewed before the start of the playing season to accommodate visiting teams and away club matches.  Thank you for your assistance in helping us manage our red setting requirements and keeping our members and community safe.  (Last Updated 12 Feb 2022)

Remeber to Stay home if unwell.  If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms, stay home and call your doctor or Healthline about getting tested. Keep a safe distance from people you do not know while out and about. This will help reduce the spread of COVID-19