Sports Governing Bodies

For the latest updates from your home country please see the Sports Governing Bodies via the links below:


British Aikido Board Covid-19 information

American Football

BAFA Update on 2020 season and Covid-19


Archery GB updates on Covid-19


UKA statement on coronavirus
Guidance update for restricted return to activity


Updated Guidance on baseball & softball in England during Covid-19


Covid-19: What the latest government advice means for basketball


Coronavirus guidance


England boxing coronavirus latest


A return to paddling in England

Chinese Martial Arts

Coronavirus statement


Various guidance available

Cricket (England and Wales)

ECB Covid-19 announcements and updates


Cycling coronavirus guidance

Dragon Boat Racing

Various guidance available


British Horse Society – Advice for equestrians during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak
British Equestrian Federation – Coronavirus (Covid-19) FAQs


Position Statement on Grassroots Football


Covid Resource Hub

Group exercise

Important information from EMD UK


Advice and updates on coronavirus


Handball season cancelled


England Hockey working to provide further advice


Covid-19 Hub


England Netball updated statement – coronavirus


Activities, learning and guidance

Rugby Football Union

Coronavirus advice and support

Rugby League

Covid-19 Hub


Covid-19 update

Snow Sport

Coronavirus update – guidelines to using Zoom
Guidance for return to snowsport activity


Coronavirus: advice and guidance
Return to squash statement – 21 May 2020


Swim England/Institute of Swimming Coronavirus (Covid-19) FAQs


Coronavirus (Covid-19) - latest update


Important information on Covid-19


Updates from Volleyball England


Coronavirus update


Staying safe during Covid-19

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