Richmond FC, since June 2020, follows all directives from governing authorities (Provincial Health Office, ViaSport, BC Soccer, City of Richmond) as it relates to Return to Play during the Covid-19 global pandemic. The Club’s primary concern is the health and safety of players, coaches, staff and volunteers while delivering soccer programming in the community of Richmond.

This page is updated regularly as Provincial Health Orders get revised. Members are encouraged to visit this page regularly to keep update on the latest information.

Please note that if you test positive for Covid-19, you must inform the club, in confidence, by sending an email to admin@richmondfc.ca .

Richmond FC Return to Play Plan_Updated November 2021 (revised November 2021)

Richmond FC Illness Policy_REVISED JUNE 2021 (revised June 2021)

RFC Coach-Manager-Player Activity Checklist_September 2021 (revised September 2021)

RICHMOND FC COMMUMICABLE DISEASE PLAN_October 2021 (October 2021)

VANCOUVER COASTAL HEALTH/BC CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL

Please note that for health protocols, Richmond FC aligns with instruction from the medical community. If Richmond FC is approached by Vancouver Coastal Health to conduct “Contact Tracing”, we are obliged to provide name and phone numbers as requested.

Here are the guidelines (updated January 13, 2022) that Richmond FC follows:

Positive Covid-19 Test

Identified Close Contact

Isolation Times

DAILY COVID-19 SCREEN:
Richmond FC asks that players, coaches and staff continue to self-assess for Covid-19 symptoms prior to attending practices or games. As a general rule do not come to any RFC activities if you or anyone in your family is unwell.

https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en

RICHMOND FIELDS ENTRY/EXIT GATES/TEAM MEET-UP

Boyd Blue and Boyd Yellow

Boyd White and Boyd Oval

Boyd Red

Minoru Fields

Richmond High and King George