In line with updated FA regulations and for supporters safety, a number of measures have been added to keep everyone safe on a matchday at the Millfield.
The following measures will be in place from the home game vs Billingham Synthonia on Saturday, 26th September and remain in place until further notice
In line with Durham County FA regulations and for supporters safety, a number of measures have been added to keep everyone safe on a matchday at the Millfield
– The maximum attendance for games is 150. The turnstile will close once 150 people are in the ground. Admittance is on a first come, first served basis and we advise visitors to arrive early to avoid disappointment.
The club will hold spaces for Season Ticket holders until 30 minutes before kick-off, any remaining spaces after this time will then be made available on a first come, first served basis.
– Face masks MUST be worn at all time. This includes when entering the turnstile at the Millfield, watching the match and leaving the ground. Face masks may be removed to eat or drink but they must be put back on afterwards.
– Please download the NHS COVID-19 app on your phone for track and trace. The Millfield’s specific QR code will be clearly visible on entering the ground. If you can’t do this, we will still have pens and paper available for track and trace but please remember to use hand sanitiser after handling any pens.
– Social distancing rules must be followed at all times. Please respect other peoples space. Use the hand sanitiser stations around the ground.
– Match day programs are also available as online copies via the Matchday Info app if you would prefer a paperless copy
Please remember these measures have been put in place to keep everyone safe, following them will make sure we can continue to keep welcoming supporters into the Millfield. The FA have instructed match officials to report any issues and the small team of club volunteers already have their hands full on a matchday so your support is very welcome.
We look forward to safely welcoming you to the Millfield.
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