Hamilton's Forge FC returns to Tim Hortons Field as CPL nears return to action
The defending (and forever first) Canadian Premier League champions are going back to work.
Hamilton’s Forge FC received approval from provincial and municipal health authorities, as well as the Canadian Premier League, to return to training.
The club will begin to hold voluntary workouts for players Monday (June 8) at Tim Hortons Field.
“As part of the CPL’s training protocol, Forge FC has adopted a phased approach to training that will begin with non-contact individual or small group workouts and will allow the club to provide a secure, sanitary and controlled environment that ensures adherence to safety protocols and physical distancing measures for players and staff,” said the soccer club in a media release.
“The priority of these protocols is the safety and the well-being of players, technical staff, and employees, as well as their families, when they return to training.”
The media will not be allowed access to the training facility.
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