Bishop Auckland have released ticket information ahead of our pre-season friendly match on Wednesday 14 July (7pm).
The match will be strictly all ticket with a capacity of 975.
Tickets will be priced at £12 adults/concessions and £8 for Under-16s.
50% of the net gate receipts from the match will be donated to Neil Warnock’s chosen charity: ‘The James Cook Children’s A & E Appeal’.
Middlesbrough will receive an allocation of 450 tickets. Details of how Boro fans can buy will be available later this week.
There will be socially distanced seating available in the (covered) main stand as well as the two seating areas at the petrol station end. Seating is strictly limited.
There will be no reserved seating in any of the stands but BAFC will endeavour to give priority to disabled and infirm/elderly fans. There are four specific disabled seating areas in the main stand.
A very small number of car park spaces will be available but we do recommend that wherever possible you utilise public transport.
Bishop Auckland FC have issued the below information for all fans who are attending the game:
Before attending the game
- Everyone is required to complete a self-check and if you have any symptoms of COVID 19 please do not attend. Symptoms can be found on the Gov.uk website.
- Turnstiles will open at 5.30pm.
- All four turnstile gates will be open for admittance to the ground. Due to the numbers expected to be in attendance please maintain social distancing when queueing, keeping two metres apart. We also recommend you wear a face mask.
- When you are queueing you will be asked by a steward to scan into the venue via your NHS QR app. If that is not readily available, you will need to sign in manually with details of your full address and contact number.
- Please use the hand sanitiser facilities before you go through the turnstiles and use as often as required in the ground.
Inside the ground
- There will be no reserved seating anywhere for this game. Alternate, available seats are clearly marked (where you can and cannot sit) and we would be grateful if you please use the seats that are not taped off.
- Social distancing must be always maintained, with groups of people being no more than six. Under no circumstances should there be huddles/large groups of people.
- When queueing for food in hospitality areas, please ensure you are two metres apart and we recommend the use of a face mask. There will be an additional catering hut available for food and soft drinks.
- Please dispose of rubbish in the bins provided and use hand sanitising facilities.
- When using toilet facilities - no more than two people will be allowed at one time. Please ensure that hand hygiene guidelines are followed. Only the outside toilets are in use to spectators.
- Only one person is allowed entry into the club shop at one time. Face coverings are required and please use the hand sanitiser available.
- Please note that only soft drinks will be available in the outside bar but once the game is finished and all the players are in their respective dressing rooms, alcohol will be served in that area.
- The first floor function room will be closed for the duration of the evening.
After the game
- In the event you display COVID 19 symptoms up to 48 hours after leaving the premises then please contact the club in order that all health and safety procedures are followed.
As stated we want you all to have an enjoyable evening so please help BAFC, Boro and The James Cook Children’s A & E Appeal by following the COVID-19 rules.