The Armilla Basketball club has begun its preseason starting September 1. The Club is back in action after a suspension of several months due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Management, technical staff, and athletes all return to the Club with great enthusiasm. The lockdown was a time when the
They say that health is the most important thing for them and that it should be the first priority. They have been working closely with the City Council over the past months to ensure that the return to training is as secure and safe as possible. According to regulations issued by the Andalusian basketball Federation and the Health Authorities, the protocols for competition, facilities and training have been developed. According to the CBA, "Our primary objective is to give security to the fathers of basketball and mothers who have faith in us so that they can practice safely." The facilities have been equipped with hydroalcoholic gel dispensers, and shoe disinfection mats. Each athlete trains with their own material and at the appropriate distance. Temperature taking is also common, as is the use of masks.
The Club reinvents its sports practice by prioritizing individual training and coaching as a key component of the team. They are able to reintroduce safe and responsible basketball. They also have new items this season: new kit, cover, and welcome gift backpack. "We are conscious of our complicated economic situation so the fees don't rise and also significant discounts won't be applied this year," Antonio Fernandez (president) clarifies.
The competitions will begin at the end of October. At least, that's the estimate of the armilleros group. The Club will register its teams for both the male and female categories. All this with the goal and certainty to raise the flag for the entity. They are particularly happy to have a men’s national team made up mostly of athletes from the academy. This is something they plan to do soon with another woman's team.