Privacy Policy

We are serious about your privacy

Sportsworld Liverpool's Privacy Policy is in line with the government's Privacy Guidelines and Spam Act issued on 17th September 2001, and fully effective as of 11th April 2004.

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Very important aspects of our policy are:

* Personal details provided by you to Sportsworld Liverpool through electronic responses from this site will not be forwarded, sold, or made available in any way to any third party.
* However, Sportsworld Liverpool may communicate with you again with other information that is complimentary to your original request.
* Each of these communications will have clear 'opt-out' instructions so you can choose not to receive further Sportsworld Liverpool communication.
* On the other hand, you may wish to receive other Sportsworld Liverpool communication, you would always be asked before such information is forwarded.

Sportsworld Liverpool may use information it collects from you for the primary purpose for which it is collected and for such other secondary purposes that are related to the primary purpose of collection.

* provide you with products or services you have requested;
* personalise and customise your experiences on Sportsworld Liverpool website;
* help Sportsworld Liverpool manage and enhance its services to you;
* communicate with you;
* provide you with ongoing information about opportunities on the Sportsworld Liverpool website in which Sportsworld Liverpool believes you may be interested; and
* give you the opportunity from time to time to receive e-mails and 'newsletters' from Sportsworld Liverpool.

It is not in Sportsworld Liverpools interest to continue to send you emails once you have requested to be unsubscribed. If you have any questions regarding this please contact

Wed, Mar 16th, 2016




Our focus is maintaining a safe environment for our players and the wider community to continue to enjoy their sport. We will continue to ensure we are operating in line with the advice provided by the State and federal governments, as it relates to indoor centres.

We are keeping up to date with any changes to the status of this ongoing issue NSW Health and the most current status updates as they arise.

Following current recommendations and to minimize the risk to our customers, staff and supporters we will be asking all players from today forward to:

Be vigilant with hand washing procedures prior to and after games
Refrain from shaking hands, better options may include a fist pump, the elbow hand shake or three cheers for the opposition
DO NOT attend the centre if you feel unwell until symptoms subside or you obtain a medical clearance
It is recommended that players do not participate in team huddles and refrain from contact in celebration of goals/wickets
If you return to Australia after 12:00 midnight on Sunday 15th March 2020 you are required to self-isolate as per Federal Government requirements. Do not attend the centre during this time.
We will be implementing strategies to reduce the likelihood of unnecessary and extended social contact and at this stage will be applying the following as required:

Hand sanitizer will be readily available at the counter
All surfaces will be disinfected every night both before and after the fixtures for the evening including all zippers and entry flaps to the courts


All netballs will be sanitized after each game
The break between games has been extended to allow players to exit and enter courts with less contact between players. Please stand back and allow all players to leave the court before entering.
Gloves for netball will no longer be available to borrow, you may purchase a pair for as little as $3.00 from the games counter
Bibs will still be available for hire – these are not reused and are washed prior to re-use


All soccer balls will be sanitized after each game
We are currently considering scheduling fixtures with a greater gap between games where possible so players can attend and leave without the rush of the next games players getting on court. Please stand back and allow all players to leave the court before entering.
Colored bibs – we would like to limit the re-use of colored bibs as far as practical, we simply don’t hold enough for fresh bibs every game. We would strongly encourage every team to have matching colored shirts so that bib use is limited as far as possible


Batting gloves for cricket will no longer be available to borrow, you may purchase a pair for as little as $3.00 from the games counter
We would strongly recommend the purchase of personal wicket keeping gloves, however, should you need to use house wicket keeping gloves these must be collected from the games counter and returned following your game. Gloves will be sprayed with a sanitizer between uses.  We are currently awaiting delivery of cotton inner gloves which can be borrowed (returned after use for washing) or purchased for $1.00 a pair, alternatively we will provide plastic disposable food handling gloves free of charge.
Please stand back and allow all players to leave the court before entering.
We will continue to stay across all regulatory changes and update our processes accordingly.

If you have any questions any time please feel free to discuss with the counter staff or email 

We appreciate your co-operation and support at this time of uncertainty.