Prescot Cables v Kendal Town – Covid 19 Restrictions


Following on from the recent changes in legislation, we would like to make clear how the club will be implementing the match day experience for tomorrows game with Kendal Town.

  • You cannot stand in a group of more than 6 people, anyone doing so will be asked to separate.  Refusal to follow this will result in expulsion from the stadium
  • An external stewarding/security company will be brought in to help manage the current restrictions, they will be authorised by the club to remove people from the stadium if required
  • We would advise all fans to wear masks throughout the matchday experience unless medically exempt
  • Please follow the one way system around the ground and the one way system to enter/exit the stadium, failure to do so could lead to removal
  • There will be a bottle bar in operation for the game (Following today’s announcement, from Tuesday we will not be able to sell drinks as we currently cannot operate a table only service)
  • Anyone who has purchased tickets will be given an allocated arrival time (based on ticket purchase date) between 13:30 pm and 14:50 pm, this is to reduce queuing in the stadium and on Eaton Street, entry cannot be guaranteed outside of your arrival time.
  • The area between the function room entrance through to the players tunnel is closed to fans, you can only be in this area if in the designated queue for the bar, entering the toilets or entering the stand.  Please do not loiter as you will be asked to move
  • Entry will be refused without a valid online purchase, the game is a sellout and no cash sales can take place.

We understand there are people who do not agree with the current restrictions and may see these rules as draconian, however, we are a non league club with limited resources and ultimately failure to follow the above could lead to the club losing its licenses and being closed indefinitely.

We fully expect as the largest gathering taking place in Knowlsey, to be visited by the local council, licensing, Merseyside police and/or other agencies and we would like to show that our incredible fans are following the rules and to the wider community that non league football should be allowed to continue throughout the pandemic.

We know it’s not going to be easy but with your help and support, we feel that we can fully adhere to the new guidelines and continue the season with our amazing fans.

We thank you in advance for your co-operation and look forward to seeing you all tomorrow

Up the Cables!

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