PSS Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition #6

Featuring the best online posts from the AFL Europe community, PSS International Removals Presents: Around the Grounds – Socials Edition.

Good news begins to spark around Europe as restrictions from the COVID-19 outbreak begin to ease, and certain countries find themselves able to get back onto the footy field within a matter of weeks.

In Germany, Rheinland and Dresden are two clubs that are fortunate enough to resume training, however, must do so under certain conditions.

It’s important that it is made clear that both clubs will be following government guidelines by limiting numbers, maintaining at least a 1.5m social distance (no high fives) from one another, sanitising hands and equipment as well as structuring water breaks amongst the group.

If you would like to get involved in any of these training sessions, please contact the clubs to let them know you will be attending so that they can ensure the number of attendees will abide by government guidelines.

We look forward to seeing some of your pictures and videos from training!

Die Tore sind offen und die Wolves zurück im Training. Seit dieser Woche dürfen wir unter Auflagen wieder trainieren….

Posted by Dresden Wolves on Friday, 8 May 2020

Australian Football will also see a return in the Netherlands!

The Waterland Eagles are set to resume training next Monday on the 18th of May.

This will be the first time in almost two months the Eagles will be able to get back onto the park for a training session.

Two of the North London Lionesses players were recently celebrated on TV in Australia for their efforts as paramedics in London.

Sarah and Bec, who featured in week three of Around the Grounds last month, shared with us what their life has been like in these past eight weeks working for the NHS.

The pair were then thanked by the Australian High Commission and surprised with some Australian treats.

The girls soon after presented High Commissioner, George Brandis, with one of their club’s playing tops.

Lionesses!

🚨NEWS ALERT🚨Thanks to Channel 9 and the Australian High Commission in the United Kingdom for continuing to celebrate our AFL London Premiership players and frontline legends! Enjoy the lamingtons Sarah Allen and Becc Stephens! AFL Europe Aussies in London (official) Aussies in London London Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Posted by North London Lions on Saturday, 9 May 2020

The Perpignan Tigers are continuing to find new ways to engage with their fans on social media.

The Tigers, on Instagram, have made their own ‘Spot the Difference’ using a previous photo taken at one of their games.

Can you spot the five differences?

The Geneva Jets are working hard to keep fit at home.

The players are eager for footy to return in Switzerland in hope of defending their 2019 premiership.

The players are making sure that when that time comes, they are going to be in top shape!

If a return to training is permitted in your country, please make sure that you are keeping yourselves and your local community safe by strictly following government guidelines.

It is important that we continue to prioritise the welfare of each other and only resume training once it is safe to do so.

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Jackson Jones – AFL Europe