Football NSW has released a draft plan of what a return to training may look like for clubs under the new COVID-19 guidelines.
The proposal, which was released on Tuesday, would allow groups of 10 abiding by 1.5 metre social distancing rules to take part in non-contact skill training drills outdoors.
The sharing of equipment such as balls, weights and agility equipment has been allowed in the draft, with players to carry hand sanitiser with them and provide their own drink bottles.
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It comes after the NSW government announced a relaxation of some social distancing guidelines last week.
In order for the training resources to come into effect they must first be ticked off against the NSW Governments Framework for sport.
Until then, the Albury-Wodonga Football Association is still waiting to receive the go ahead to recommence training, which is likely to come in the next week.
The AWFA season is currently still on hold until at least May 31 this year due to the coronavirus.