LATEST UPDATE – 16 SEPTEMBER 2020
For the moment it is possible to practice sport, whether it is in an organized or non-organized context. Sport Vlaanderen has drawn up a number of rules of behavior, which form the guideline for the Plus Pass sports program. Participants who do not comply with the measures are asked to leave the sports location. In the event of repeated incidents, the Plus Pass will be blocked.
- It is mandatory to register in advance online.
- Sign out in advance if you can’t make it (through the reservation tool).
- If you don’t show up twice, your account will be blocked for a month.
- Always keep 1,50m distance (except during contact sport).
- Always wear your mouth mask until you start practicing sport.
- Wash your hands before and after every session.
- Showers stay closed.
- Come already dressed in your outfit to the venue because changing room will be open or closed, depending on location.
- You may only enter the sports hall/field after the previous group has left the court/field.
- ALWAYS scan the QR-code with the Plus Pass App before entering the sports hall/field (registration is mandatory by law).
- Disinfect your own material after every sport session.
- Feel sick? Stay home!
MEASURES ORGANIZED CONTEXT
Apply to our recreational and competitive sports program:
- Contact sport is permitted.
- Always keep the same sport partner during a contact sport session.
- Always go to the same contact sport group/training session and avoid other contact sport group/training sessions.
- Participating in sports is permitted with a limitation of 50 people.
- Specific rules swimming pool: max. 7 people/lane and it is forbidden to pass an other swimmer.
MEASURES NON-ORGANIZED CONTEXT
Apply to when you rent out a court:
- Contact sport (futsal, basketball, …) is permitted with your own social bubble (max. 5). There is a limitation of 5 people who you can enter the sports hall after making a reservation during the free venue use moments.
- It is not allowed to play doubles during table tennis.