Permits-Attached is the latest update on Permit requests for teams, Please note that Match Protocols will be issued shortly by the SYFA , this will enable leagues and league sec to issue permits from teams and get all the players back playing.
Mental Health- visit bbc.co.uk/headroom for excellent advice on mental health awareness
Latest Update- Attached is the latest update from the SFA from the 19th Marck
Latest update from the SFA/SYFA as of Tuesday 9th March- Dialogue is still continuing with the Government and Sport Scotland to clarify exactly what the latest news from the government means and what will be permitted for football in light of these changes- FURTHER NEWS TO FOLLOW
Under 12s can continue with non contact training
12s-17 can start non contact training from the 15h March.
Small side games season- Just for teams, officials and parents information,When the new season starts the format for each age group is as follows
2009s- 9 a side
2010, 2011s, 2012s- 7 a side
2013- fun fives
201/15- mini fours
Latest Covid Info from the SFA- attached is the latest Covid information issued by the JWG on Wednesday 6th Jan
covid training for parents -attached is a link to anew Covid training package for parents and players, it can be accessed with the SFA web page
In line with the Scottish Cup, The Regional Committee have made the difficult decision of postponing this seasons Regional Cup. Again in line with the SYFA, the committe wil also not be charging teams the Regional Fee for next season.
SCOTTISH CUP- THE SYFA HAVE JUST ANNOUNCED THE CANCELLATION OF THIS SEASONS SCOTTISH CUP FOR ALL AGE GROUPS EXCEPT FOR UNDER 19S AND 21S. A DECISION ON THESE TWO AGE GROUPS WILL BE MADE LATER
Latest Travel Guidlines- Attached is the latest Travel guidlines issued by the SFA, for more info please log onto the SFA web page
LATEST NEWS-URGENT- PLEASE READ THE LATEST UPDATE ON GAMES AND TRAINING ISSUED TODAY BY THE JOINT WORKING GROUP. MORE DETAILS CAN BE FOUND ON THE SFA WEB PAGE
Up To date travel restrictions- Attached the lastest travel guidelines for players and teams
SFA Launch New Discrimination Reporting Mechanism, all relevant information is attached
Latest Update on Friendlies- Attached is the lastest Guidlines for Friendlies issued by the SYFA
Latest Update from the SYFA for Children and Adults- please see attached documents with individual links for the children and adult game including guidlines on keepers and First Aid. Please note FRIENDLIES ARE STILL NOT PERMITTED , Details willalso be put on the Facebook page in due course.
The SYFA West Region ae delighted to announce that the Regional Sponsor the Sports Council of Glasgow has awarded a Grant to the Region which will be earmarked to purchase equipment to enable Region activities to commence once all football has returned.The Region has now purchased Thermometers, Masks, Disinfectant Spray, Protective Gloves and hand sansiters for the use during Regional Squad Activities
Latest syfa update from joint working Group-Attached is todays update from the Group, this will affect all teams at 19s and 21s within the Region
Latest First Aid Update- Attached is the lastest First Aid Update from the SYFA
Latest Update from the Joint Working Group-Attached is the lastest update from Thursday 6rh August
Registration Process- Attached is the latest news on the Registration Process from the SYFA
Latest Update from the Joint Working Group- PLEASE SEE THE LATEST UPDATE FROM THE GROUP, RECIEVED TODAY FROM THE SCOTTISH AMATUER ASSOC, WE WILL KEEP UPDATING THE TEAMS WITHIN THE REGION WITH ANY NEWS WE RECIEVE
Grant From James Anderson- PLEASE SEE ATTACHED LETTER FROM THE SYFA ON A FANTASTIC DONATION FROM JAMES ANDERSON FOR GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL
LATEST NEWS-URGENT- FULL UPDATE CAN BE VIEWED BY THE ATTACHED LINK
LATEST NEWS FROM THE SFA JOINT RESPONSE TEAM 10/07/20
FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE AGED FROM 5-17, SESSIONS FOR UP TO 10 PLAYERS AND TWO COACHES ARE ALLOWED. PLAYER TO PLAYER CONTACT IS PERMITTED WITHIN THOSE TRAINING SESSIONS, HOWEVER COACHES MUST REMAIN PHYSICALLY DISTANCED FROM PLAYERS AT ALL TIMES. CLUBS ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP ATTENDANCE RECORDS FOR EACH SESSION TO ASSIST WITH TRACING PROTOCOLS. GAMES, FRIENDLY MATCHES ARE STILL SUSPENDED
PLAYERS 18 AND OVER THEY ARE ALLOWED TO RESUME PHYSICALLY DISTANCED TRAININGS. THE PARTICIPANTS IN EACH SESSION MUST BE FROM NO MORE THAN 5 HOUSEHOLDS WITH A MAX OF 15 PERSONS.THERE CAN BE NO PLAYER TO PLAYER CONTACT AND ALL INVOLVED MUST REMAIN PHYSICALLY DISTANT FROM EACH OTHER BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER EACH SESSION. CLUBS ARE REQUIRED TO KEEP A RECORD OF ATTENDANCE. GAMES, FRIENDLIES ARE STILL NOT PERMITTED.
FIRST AIDERS CAN ONLY ADMINISTER EMERGENCY FIRST AID. CLUBS MUST ENSURE PARENTS ARE AWARE OF THIS AHEAD OF ANY FORMAL TRAINING SESSION.
Please check the SYFA West Region Facebook Page for the link to our Regional Cup Sponsor, The Sports Council for Glasgow for Grants for clubs in our region who are members of the Council for Covid-19. Furthermore check the Facebook page for a link to enable clubs to purchase personalised Water Bottles and Hand Sanisters for clubs and players to combat Covid 19
NEW SFA/SYFA GUIDLINES ON PLAYERS HEADING THE BALL HAVE BEEN LAUNCHED TODAY- GUIDLINES ARE ATTACHED-GUIDLINES ON HEADING THE BALL
The Scottish Youth FA mission is:
Leading the way and modernising our approach to guarantee the continued growth of grassroots football
Encouraging all boys and girls throughout Scotland to play organised football and enabling every child to develop and flourish as a player.
SYFA is helping all SYFA volunteers to create a safe and fun environment while developing and supporting all players.