PLAYERS BORN 2001, 2004, 2007 , 2012, as well as 1969, 1974, 1989, 1999 ( if their present medico will expire during season 2019/2020) WILL NEED A NEW SPORT MEDICO FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 REGISTRATION.
2012 and under needs a General Medical Certificate.
NEW PLAYERS NEED A SPORT MEDICO FOR REGISTRATION.
Find the sport medical centre list under registration. In September sport medicals centres are very busy. MAKE AN APPOITMENT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (from now on) for Sept.2019 registration as without the Sport Medico or at least a date of appointment for Sport Medico, no registration will take place.
Rules to be observed for any outdoor sporting activity
During its 8 May 2020 press conference, the government announced the resumption of outdoor sports activities that do not involve physical contact, are non-competitive and have no spectators starting from 11 May. This is provided of course that the owners of sports facilities re-open them, with the exception of swimming pools (indoor and outdoor) which will remain closed, along with showers and changing rooms.
Outdoor sports activities include, in addition to typically outdoor sports, any sport which can be practiced outside, even in a slightly-adapted form. This also applies to sports where avoiding contact seems difficult, if not impossible. For such cases, in order for a resumption of sporting activity, alternative forms of training should be found.
The practice of outdoor sporting activities is subject to compliance with the appropriate safety, distancing and hygiene conditions and the recommendations and restrictions currently in force and published by the government are still in effect.
For sports activities carried out by a sports federation or a sports club, interpersonal distances and other precautions adapted to each sport must be observed in addition to the above measures.
The Luxembourg Huskies board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Radek Gardon as head coach for the 2020-2021season.
Radek is a former Czech Extraliga All-Star player who represented his country in youth hockey before completing 14 years in the top Czech league together with a year in Germany and four years in Japan.
Following his playing career, Radek has become a prominent Czech junior ice hockey coach. As coach of HC Kladno for 13 years his junior teams have won national championships. He has also run his own Czech Republic-based hockey school for the last 10 years and acted as consultant coach to the Central Bohemian region, along with short-term coaching engagements in Sweden, Finland and Switzerland. Some of his pupils have gone on to have careers in professional hockey including the NHL.
“Moving to live in Luxembourg is a great adventure for me”, said Radek. “I am excited about contributing to the improvement in the skills of all our players, and I am looking forward to a fun and productive season.”
Huskies President Claus Engelbrecht welcomed the appointment. “After a search which encompassed around 50 applications from Saskatchewan to Vladivostock, and in circumstances which have not been easy given the current global health situation, we are very happy to have secured the services of a coach with such excellent junior hockey credentials to come and join us here in Luxembourg.”
Radek will be working with the board, team managers and associate coaches in the pre-season to establish training schedules and programs which will allow the club to be ready for whatever may come this season.
As a Czech native speaker, he is polishing up his English-language skills and will be relying on all of us to help him integrate into the club so that we can get the best of his long experience at the top levels of junior hockey.
A follow-up announcement will be sent out in August to inform you about the season start date and pre-season ice schedule.