Football Queensland (FQ) has introduced a QR code solution that offers Queensland clubs a simple way to track attendances ahead of the 2020 season restart.
FQ has sourced and agreed to this new coding system, aimed at assisting clubs to maintain good Covid-19 prevention measures.
There will be a contactless check-in poster, where visitors to clubs around Queensland can quickly and efficiently scan themselves, as per the COVID Safe Plan requirements for contact tracing.
A club-specific poster is available at no cost and includes a secure QR code for visitors to scan on a smart phone, saving administration departments time and resources.
It ensures that everyone related to a club, whether it be players, coaches or fans, are in the safest possible environment – as FQ CEO Robert Cavallucci outlined in a statement.
“We have stressed the need to be agile and responsible over the past few months and this technology will help our clubs be fully committed to community safety as we return to training and matches,” he said.
“FQ will cover all EVA Check-in costs through to 30 November and will continue to assess the landscape around COVID-19 tracking requirements throughout that time.
“I encourage every affiliated football club and venue to print their poster and to meet all the important measures contained in our Return to Play guidelines.
“All we ask from participants is that you scan the QR code when you arrive at a club or venue and then fill out the online form with a few essential details.
“It’s extremely easy to use and will enable FQ, your club and your zone to support the relevant health authorities in the event that anyone returns a positive test for COVID-19.”
FQ has worked on guides for clubs and their members and is all set to be distributed to show exactly how the EVA Check-in process works.
All club participants, officials and registered volunteers are told to keep an eye on their emails for all the latest updates on Football Queensland’s offering of the QR code system.