With tomorrow being our first match at home since the Government's Plan B Protocols around sporting events, the club would like to provide you with some guidance for your visit to the game.
The safety of all supporters, staff and players is of the highest importance to us as a club, as such we’d ask all attending this week’s game to read through the attached code of conduct.
Following the most recent guidance, COVID passports were required for stadia where attendances were set to be above 10,000 or had a standing attendance of above 4,000
Working in collaboration with the Safety Advisory Group the club have taken the decision to reduce the overall capacity by capping the standing attendance to 3,999
This decision allows us to operate the stadium in the same way as any previous match day that you will have attended, pre the Plan B Protocols.
There are key points to recognise ahead of the game;
- COVID passports will not be required to gain entry to tomorrows match.
- We advise all supporters to carry out their own COVID risk assessment ahead of travelling to the stadium – and not attend if showing any symptoms.
- Where possible, we advise supporters to use the online site for purchasing tickets, to reduce queuing on the day of the game.
- There will be extra measures in place on the day to ensure the safety of all those in attendance.
- Face coverings are required in indoor spaces but only when not eating or drinking.
- We’d ask all supporters to be respectful of each other and do what they can to minimise the risk.
We’d like to thank all supporters for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you back to the Mem.