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Find our risk assessments and advice for players, coaches, officials and spectators here.

Stage 1 and 2 COVID-19 Guidance


The first team Mens and Womens squads returned to football from 29 March.

It has been confirmed that the Mens will compete in the Buildbase FA Vase and SCFL Premier Division Supplementary Shield from April to May.

Our Womens team will compete in a mini-league.

You can view the fixtures here.


Spectators are not permitted to attend any training sessions or matches as part of stage 1 or 2 at stadiums for arranged fixtures. Any sessions taking place on parks or public land can welcome spectators as long as they follow distancing and rule of 6 guidance.

Unfortunately, this means that we cannot welcome spectators to Culver Road, or home & away fixtures, however a livestream will be available for our FA Vase fixture on 17 April.

Players aged Under-18 are permitted 1 parent/carer with them.

The Government guidance on travel is that the ‘stay at home’ rule will end on Monday 29 March, but many restrictions will remain in place. As organised sport can resume, all participants may travel to games but should avoid travel at the busiest times and routes, as well as minimising any unnecessary journeys where possible. All participants must follow the Government’s guidance on safer travel.

Changing rooms
Changing rooms cannot be used as part of step one in the roadmap out of lockdown and must remain shut. Toilets will be allowed to open, 30 minutes before and 30 minutes after training and/or matches. All government guidance on hygiene and social distancing measures must be followed.

No spectators are allowed at grassroots football as part of step one of the Government’s roadmap. One parent or guardian per child is permitted, where clubs and facilities can safely accommodate this and following all appropriate guidance.


Current Tier: Stage 2 of roadmap (as of 12 April)

Latest Statement: Here


View the measures specific to you via the documents below:

Risk Assessment

Lancing FC Players/Coaches

Opposition Players/Coaches

Match Officials

Spectators at Culver Road


For fixtures at Culver Road, stewards and committee members will be on hand to help enforce COVID-19 measures whilst trying to make your matchday experience as safe & enjoyable as possible.

Current measures at Culver Road include:

  • 2m social distancing
  • Strict 6-person changing room capacities
  • Mandatory face masks at all times unless medically exempt
  • Hand sanitiser at entry & exit points
  • NHS Test & Trace QR Posters
  • Hybrid ticket systems for fixtures
  • Contactless payments encouraged
  • Bar & servery operating as takeaway-only with queue systems
  • Temperature scanning on entry points
  • 1-seat gap policy for stand seating
  • Toilets open for 1 at a time use
  • Strict sanitisation procedures of all key areas


If you have any queries about COVID-19 please contact us using the details below.

Jack Taylor – Social Media Manager / Safeguarding & Welfare Officer (LGBTQ+)

-Acting COVID-19 Officer-


In Jack’s absence, any safeguarding concerns should be sent to