COVID-19

Oct 26, 2020


COVID-19 guidelines and precautions regarding training and your stay in the skating hall will be updated here. 



As of Oct. 29:

  • Members and visitors older than 12 y.o are required to wear a face mask during the stay in the skating hall, except when taking part in sports activities or in the shower. 


As of Oct. 26:

  • Public gathering is limited to 10 people, indoors and outdoor. Sports activities with children and youth 20 y.o or younger are excempted.
  • Classes with participants 20 y.o or younger are limited to a maxmimum of 50 participants including coaches. 
  • Classes with participants 21 y.o or older are limited to a maximum of 10 participants including coaches.
  • Parents with younger children in need of assistance lacing skates, may stay and wait for children participating in classes. Max 1 parent per child. Parents are kindly asked to find a seat (every second) on the grand stand and are not permitted to stay next to the ice rink or in the main entrance.
  • Parents with children lacing skates on their own, are kindly asked not to enter the skating hall.
  • Trial lessons are cancelled.
  • Members who would like to reach out to club representatives are kindly asked to send an email. E.g. concerning change of skates, sharpening of blades and visiting our shop.


We would also like to draw your attention to some of the most important guidelines:

  • Wash your hands often or use hand sanitiser (also on arrival in the skating hall).
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow (please, wash gloves and training shirt after each use).
  • Keep your distance and ask others to be considerate.
  • To avoid larger assembly in changing rooms, we kindly ask you to change clothes at home if possible.
  • Warm up outside the hall unless it is raining.
  • We use multiple access points to the ice to avoid queuing and larger assembly.
  • It's not permitted to stay next to the ice rink or in the main entrance.
  • Stay at home if you are feeling ill.




Skating school: access to the skating hall and ice rink

  • Skating school is divided into four teams. Each team has differentiated training hours and is allocated a separate part of the ice rink, which may contain max 50 skaters.
  • Yellow and green team have class on Wednesdays at 17.10-17.55 and get access to the skating hall through the main entrance and to the ice rink via the player box. Please, take on and off skates in the foyer.
  • Red and blue team have class on Wednesdays at 17.25-18.10 and get access to the skating hall through the door towards Royal Arena and to the ice rink via the door next to the small ice rink. Please, take on and off skates in the corridor and at the benches next to the small ice rink.



Adult classes: access ot the skating hall and ice rink

  • Adult classes are divided into four teams. Two teams have class on Mondays, while the two other teams have class on Wednesdays. Each team is allocated a separate part of the ice rink, which may contain max 10 skaters.
  • One team gets access to the skating hall through the main entrance and to the ice rink via the player box. Please, take on and off skates in the foyer.
  • The other team gets access to the skating hall through the door towards Royal Arena and to the ice rink via the door next to the small ice rink. Please, take on and off skates in the corridor or in the dressing rooms.



Please, also note the following for the Skating School and Adult classes

  • All teams leave the ice in the opposite direction.
  • It's not permitted to cross the demarcation between the two separate parts of the ice rink or to use another entrance/exit than allocated.




All other classes: access to the skating hall and ice rink


All other classes get access to the skating hall through the main entrance and to the ice rink via the playerbox. Please, take on and off skates in the foyer. Dressing rooms may be used but please note, that each room may accomodate max 12 persons. You leave the ice through the gate towards the dressing rooms.



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