What is the National Game Insurance Scheme (NGIS)?
In 2011, The FA set out to raise the standards of insurances that could be made available to its affiliated members, to enable access to a uniformity of cover across the grassroots game that hadn’t been seen before.
The overarching objective for the NGIS has been to ensure that insurance products, specifically tailored to the needs of grassroots football, could be made available to all.
In 2012, Bluefin Sport (now known as Marsh Sport) was appointed by The FA to deliver the NGIS.
The NGIS provides two core covers – Public Liability and Personal Accident.
It is compulsory for all affiliated clubs to have public liability insurance and all affiliated teams to have personal accident insurance.
When affiliating to Oxfordshire FA via the Whole Game System, Clubs may choose to opt-in to the NGIS public liability insurance.
You can also opt-in to the NGIS personal accident insurance via your County FA affiliation, to meet the minimum cover required.
If you require a higher level of personal accident cover, this can be purchased from Marsh Sport online, or by completing an application form and returning it to them in the post, with a cheque in remittance of the premium payable.
Details of the minimum cover required by Oxfordshire FA can be found on the Marsh Sport here.
Clubs have the option to purchase the compulsory insurances either via the NGIS or elsewhere. Other products are available and independent advice can be sourced from a licensed insurance broker.
How can I find out more about the NGIS?
To learn more about the NGIS, please refer to the Marsh Sport website.
Click here to watch a video produced by Marsh Sport about the NGIS.
Oxfordshire FA is an introducer to Marsh Ltd.
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