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Update

Thursday 10th September

5-a-side is back! We are pleased to say that many of our leagues have now resumed and we are continuing to work hard alongside our venues to get the remaining leagues back up and running as soon and as safely as possible.

PLEASE NOTE: Outdoor team sports, including small sided football, are not affected by the new Government guidelines (regarding groups of 6) which are in place from Monday 14th September. We continue to follow the FA’s Covid-secure guidelines – these have been implemented at our leagues and will remain in place until guidance changes.

Please keep an eye on your emails as we confirm start dates and info for your league, but we are pleased to confirm the following resumption dates as of today, in addition to the leagues that have already underway again;

Brixton MLC

Mon – Sep 21 / Wed – Sep 23

Battersea Harris 5-a-side

Mon – Sep 14 / Tues – Sep 15 / Weds – Sep 16 / Thurs – Sep 17

Clapham Old Town Wednesday – Sep 16

** All other leagues TBC at this stage but will not be before 21 September**

We will be in touch with all of these leagues shortly with more details.

Please see below for further info on your league/new season, but if you have any queries please email info@5aside.org.

Please note;

Leagues – currently playing

All matches will be rescheduled i.e. added on to the end of your season

You will not be charged for any postponed games, match fees paid will just be used for the rescheduled fixtures

Registration for next season is still open but dates are subject to change

New seasons/new teams

Registrations for new seasons are NOW OPEN

Leagues will be going ahead but start dates are subject to change – please check start dates but be aware these may be pushed back.

New teams and new seasons remain subject to our terms and conditions

Pitch Hires

Any individual bookings made from 16 March onwards can be credited and rescheduled at a later date. Please contact us to arrange.

Thank you all and please stay safe, following all the relevant guidelines and Public Health England updates.