Please see ISNSW communication around the COVID-19 situation



Like many, Indoor Sports NSW is monitoring the situation closely. We want to ensure our Indoor Sports communities operate in line with community expectations by providing a safe and healthy environment for players where possible across NSW.

Indoor Sports NSW advises all Members and players to heed the advice of the NSW Health Department and NSW Government in relation to Coronavirus, COVID-19.

Our focus is maintaining a safe environment for our players and the wider community to continue to enjoy their sport. We will continue to ensure we are operating in line with the relevant advice provided by the State and federal governments as it becomes available.

We are keeping up to date with any changes to the status of this ongoing issue NSW Health and the most current status updates as they arise.

Anyone who is unwell or unsure should seek medical advice.

Anyone who believes they may have been exposed to the virus should not attend any ISNSW Member Centres for 14 days.


Members conducting competitions are advised to allow substitutions for players who are self-isolating as a result of coronavirus.

Following current recommendations and to minimise the risk to our customers, staff and supporters we will be recommending all players from today forward should:

Use their own equipment where possible. No gloves should be supplied to players by the centre.

Fresh equipment should be supplied by the member centre after each game.

All equipment to be washed, disinfected or sanitised before the next use.

Be vigilant with hand washing procedures prior to and after games. Hand sanitiser should be readily available at the counter

Advise players to refrain from shaking hands,

Avoid teams hovering around inside after the game to minimise group gatherings

Below is important information about coronavirus (COVID-19):

• NSW Health FAQs COVID-19 –…/alerts/Pages/coronavirus-fa…
• Australian Government Daily COVID-19 health alert –…/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-hea…

Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert

The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic. Find out how we are monitoring and responding to the outbreak, how you can help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Australia, and what to do if you have symptoms. We also report the latest official medical advice and case numbers.