Operational Changes for the 2011 season

posted on 25 February 2011

This Sunday’s home opener will see some slight operational changes that will improve the supporters overall experience. The first change will be the turnstile operation that the club announced earlier in the week – details can be found by clicking here.

All fans should be aware that the Neil Fox suite in CATS bar will be a public bar. Access can be gained by ticket or pass only. Tickets will be available on the door. Once you enter Cats Bar, you will be deemed to be inside the stadium and cannot return out and back in again through the front entrance of Cats. You can then take up your position for the game by exiting through the back door and into the ground.

Smoking is permitted in the smoking areas of the stadium; you can find this at the back of the Neil Fox suite.

The International suite in CATS bar will be for past players, international suite pass holders and the wives and girlfriends of the current players, there will be no access to the general public.

As a final gesture for the game, Chairman Andrew Glover has extended the £10 and £6 ticket offer so that supporters can take advantage of this on the day of the game. Fans will be able to pay the reduced prices on the cash turnstiles on Sunday. We are asking concessions to bring proof of age if paying on the gate. This can either be a driving licence, passport and students are asked to bring all valid NUS cards.

We look forward to seeing you all on Sunday!

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