COVID-19 Guidance Documents & Strategy

Please find the latest information from the Scottish Volleyball Association in relation to COVID-19 and our “Playing it Safe” strategy. These documents will be updated regularly in line with Scottish Government guidance. Please contact Scottish Volleyball directly if you have any questions not covered in the frequently asked question section or the main strategy document.

General FAQs

Yes you can train indoors as an adult in level 2 as long as you maintain physical distance with others and follow all Play it Safe Indoor guidance. Indoor competition for adults is not permitted.
Under 18’s can travel freely for the purpose of outdoor volleyball from or to level 0-3 areas, but adults must stay in their own local authority area to play volleyball.
Yes you an travel outwith your own local authority area for the purpose of coaching volleyball.

Yes.  Clubs should also keep their own register of players and coaches who are in attendance for every booking/session to ensure that the club is adhering to Test and Protect procedures as well as the venue.

Yes. Coaches must wear a face covering at all times whilst in an indoor venue. This includes whilst coaching.

Players must ensure they wear a face covering at all times, except whilst taking part in physical activity or sport.

Yes. People in all parts of Scotland (including areas with local restrictions) can continue to play volleyball outdoors. This includes competitive volleyball where all other Scottish Government and Scottish Volleyball guidance are strictly followed.