Saturday’s Sky Bet League Two match with Bradford City will welcome season ticket holders back to The New Lawn.
Alongside other EFL clubs, we were approached by the EFL on Tuesday morning with a view of hosting a pilot event this weekend – and were required to submit our decision by 2pm.
The Club has put in an exceptional amount of work into planning for the return of fans, and we are encouraged by the opportunity to allow season ticket holders into the stadium for this test event.
There will be NO ticket sales on the day of the match or advanced – and only those who have purchased a season ticket by 3pm on Thursday 17th September will be admitted. Bradford City supporters will not be granted access to the stadium, and the club will be carrying out checks on season ticket sales.
Appropriate measures have been applied at The New Lawn, with both standing terraces and seating arrangements ready to welcome supporters this weekend.
Supporters will be required to wear a face covering at all times, as part of the guidelines given to the club in order to stage a pilot event. Season ticket holders will receive seating arrangement details in the coming days. Please note, your streaming code will still be valid for this game.
All supporters will be temperature checked on arrival to The New Lawn. If you have developed any COVID-19 symptoms, please do not attend the match.
There will be no catering outlets or bars open on Saturday – but you will be allowed to bring your own food and non-alcoholic drinks into the stadium.
Full terms and conditions will be announced in due course.