We will be joined by a large number of Key Workers at the Riverside on Saturday when Teesside comes together properly for the first time in 17 months.
The visit of Bristol City on Saturday will be the first time since March 2020 that we have been able to welcome fans to the Riverside without any restrictions on attendance numbers, and we want to make it a true coming together.
We shall be taking a moment before the game to come together and remember those we have lost and show our appreciation for those who have worked so hard during the pandemic.
Our Key Worker guests for the Bristol City game include members of the NHS, Ambulance services, staff from doctors surgeries and pharmacies, Cleveland Police, Arriva, Royal Mail, Cleveland Fire Brigade, and community care workers.
Teesside Olympic sprinter Richard Kilty will also be making an appearance at half-time with the silver medal he won in Tokyo in last week's 4x100m relay final.
Saturday will also be the first time Neil Warnock will have experienced a Riverside crowd since taking over as manager 14 months ago, and he can't wait.
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