We have listed below some of the most common queries but please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions or require further advice.
The policy is designed to cover slips, trips and falls due to your negligence but not if your club building is a licensed premises.
No. The FAW does not sanction these types of activities. We have received claims in the past following serious injuries in these types of games.
This is a liability policy only so is designed to provide protection for claims made against you if you are found to be at fault or negligent in some way. For players to be protected for injury, regardless of blame, clubs should consider buying personal accident insurance. Visit our website to obtain an instant quotation.
Yes. There are no age restrictions to the liability policies however, it is recommended that for children under 5 years of age their parent or guardian remains with their child.
Coaches are covered whilst working solely for the club or area association but not independently.
In the first instance this type of claim needs to be referred to your own insurance provider i.e. mobile phone insurance or household cover. Your own club may have a contents policy which potentially could cover items away from the club. A liability claim will only be successful if the club have acted in a negligent fashion.
Bonfires and fireworks displays are covered but subjec to agreed events plan criteria.
You must fully comply with HSE guidance which can be found at http://www.hse.gov.uk/explosives/fireworks/using.htm
|FAW Liability scheme summary of cover 2018 to 2019 season||PDF document - 356.8 KB - 08/10/2018|