Effective May 9th all outdoor and indoor sport is prohibited in high case regions.  Permitted outdoor activities depend on active cases in your area.  Football Alberta is not responsible for identifying if your community is in the high or low restriction zones.  To find your community visit here:

High case area restrictions

  • Indoor sport and recreation activities are not permitted.
  • All outdoor fitness, recreation and performance activities are prohibited, except with members of your own household or your 2 close contacts if you live alone.
  • group physical activities - fitness classes, training sessions and team sports
  • group practices and games
  • one-on-one training sessions

Lower case area restrictions

  • Indoor sport and recreation activities are not permitted.
  • Prohibited outdoor activities:
    • all team sport games and competitions where 2-metre distancing cannot be maintained at all times (basketball, soccer, football, slo-pitch, etc.)
  •  Permitted outdoor activities, with participant limits and mandatory 2 metre distancing at all times:
    • group activities for 10 or fewer people:
      • team sport training
      • physical activities (walking, running, etc.)
      • fitness training and outdoor classes
      • one-on-one fitness training with a trainer or coach
  • Spectators are permitted to attend outdoor physical activities or performances - 10 spectators max, 2 metres of distancing.


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