CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 OFFICIAL GUIDANCE SUMMARY

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 OFFICIAL GUIDANCE SUMMARY

UPDATED 19 JULY 2021

This page lists the most recent guidelines for practising BJJ in the UK. Please check back regularly.

Clubs and gyms affected by coronavirus restrictions should check whether they can claim any support funding – we have produced a guide to available support HERE.

ENGLAND:

Current status:

ALL RESTRICTIONS ON TRAINING AND COMPETITION HAVE BEEN REMOVED. 

Please see our guidelines for a safe return to the mats.

LINKS:

UKBJJA Safe Return to the Mats Guidelines

Sport England guidance and FAQs

Government guidance (DCMS)

WALES:

Current Alert Level 3

Alert Level 3 summary:
Juniors (<18yrs): non-contact training only, outdoors and indoors.
Adults (18+): non-contact training only, outdoors and indoors, maximum  15 participants indoors.

Elite athlete training may continue, following previous guidelines.

LINKS:
Sport Wales Guidance
Welsh Government Guidance FAQs
Alert Levels in Wales
Sport, recreation and leisure: guidance for a phased return (gov.wales)

SCOTLAND:

Current status: all areas at Alert Level 0

All training may resume as normal, subject to building maximum capacity rules – see guidance document below.

CLICK HERE to download UKBJJA guidance on alert levels in Scotland.

LINKS:
Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance on sport and leisure facilities (gov.scot)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and resources (Sport Scotland)

NORTHERN IRELAND:

Current status: non-contact training, only permitted outdoors.

From 24 May 2021: indoor group training may resume, subject to social distancing and venue space requirements of 9m2 per participant

Elite athlete training may continue, following previous guidelines.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations guidance (nidirect.gov.uk)
Latest guidance for sports (Sport NI)
Coronavirus (COVID-19) regulations guidance: sport, culture and leisure activities (nidirect.gov..uk)
FAQ Guidance (sport NI)