Stay Safe – Open Women State Championship

Stay Safe – Open Women State Championship

Softball NSW is excited to welcome everybody back to the NSW Softball Centre at Blacktown International Sportspark this weekend for the 2020 NSW Open Women’s State Championship. We all need to stay safe and be aware of some guidelines we must ALL follow.

Blacktown International Sportspark Softball Precinct will be limited to 500 people at any one time. This will be monitored by SNSW Staff. People will be refused entry if this number is exceeded.

All people entering the NSW Softball Centre will be required to use the EVA Checkin App. Gates will not open until 9:15am so we are advising people to check in before you get out of your car to speed things up on entry. You will be asked to show that you have checked in.

We ask that people move into and around the venue as instructed.

Grandstand – Enter via main entry including canteen and toilets and Exit via East and West ends of Grandstand

D1 Dugouts – Enter via stairs closest to allocated dugout and Exit via end of dugouts toward bullpens

D2, D3 & D4 – Enter via end closest to home plate and Exit via Bullpens or gate furthest away from Homeplate

The Canteen and Coffee Van will be strictly cashless

Softball NSW will be adhering to the Return to Play Guidelines as advised by NSW Health. Return to Play Guidelines can be found hereSeating Arrangements

Spectator Seating

Attendees should observe Grouped Checkerboard seating, this involves sitting in a set group size.

Seats in front and behind the group are to be left empty

There is at least 1 empty seat separating groups sitting in the same row.

Do not come to Blacktown International Sportspark if:

  1. If you are feeling unwell.

2. If you have had contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, or is waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test.

3. If you are waiting on the results of a COVID-19 test.

4. If you and / or anyone in your group are a resident of a COVID hotspot (such as Victoria, overseas) or have been in a COVID-19 hotspot (such as Victoria/overseas) in the last 14 days or have visited any of the venues listed on the NSW Health website here, in the designated time periods you will not be permitted to attend events in the stadium at this time.