West Bromwich Albion Women are excited and delighted to welcome back supporters to football this weekend, as the Baggies host Nottingham Forest Women in their season opener at Sutton Coldfield Town's Coles Lane.
The Club has put in place a number of precautions to make the environment as safe as possible for players, staff, officials and spectators, and anyone planning to attend the game this Sunday is encouraged to read all of the below information before arriving.
Tickets cost £5 for adults and £1 for under-16s and over-65s. Tickets are available to buy on the gate, however cashless payment is encouraged, if this is not possible, supporters must have the correct change.
The stadium is operating at a 30% capacity, this allows 400 spectators into the ground. These will be allowed in on a first-come, first-served basis.
Under no circumstances should spectators attend the game if they are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19.
On arrival, spectators will have their temperature taken, if they exceed a reading of 37.8, they will be asked to wait five minutes before a second reading is taken. Should it exceed 37.8 again, the spectator will not be permitted entry to the ground and politely asked to return home.
Spectators will also need to sign in upon arrival for track and trace purposes. This will be available via QR code to use for spectators with smart phones, SMS sign in is also available. Details of the sign in procedure will be provided upon entry to the ground.
Spectators are asked to maintain social distancing at all times whilst at the game.
Seating in the main stand is limited to solely staff and substitutes so they can maintain social distancing as the game is played. Alternative seating is available to spectators, as well as standing areas around the playing area.
Parking within the ground is limited to staff, players and officials. Spectators must park outside the ground and walk. More details regarding how to get to Coles Lane can be found here.
Any further questions regarding matchday protocols or tickets should be forwarded to @WBAWomen on social media.
The game with Nottingham Forest Women kicks off at 2pm on Sunday.