Having spoken to and taken advice from various bodies, including the safety advisory group, our safety officer, our chief steward and the Herts Constabulary police. Our match day arrangements and policies are now all very much complete and in place.
As such we respectfully remind both home and away supporters, that our first seven home league games will be segregated and that we will operate a strictly home supporters bar on a match-day.
As new boys to the new National League, we want to ensure that we run very safe, enjoyable and family oriented days for all concerned, as we welcome so many new clubs and supporters to Meadow Park.
With attendances expected to be higher this season and on the advice of experts and experienced people who operate at this level of football. It is believed that this is the best and safest way for us to operate as we initially find our feet.
WE RESPECTFULLY REMIND SUPPORTERS
A) Our first seven home games will all will be segregated.
B) Away supporters are reminded, that entry to their allocated away seating and terracing areas, is restricted to the entrance and turnstiles located in the Brook Road car park.
C) Home supporters are reminded that entry to their allocated home seating and terracing areas, will be via the clubs car park located in Broughinge Road. However due to the limited space this season, parking in the clubs car park on a match day, will only be available to players, match officials, visiting directors and the clubs increased match day staff.
D) We respectfully remind all supporters that the adjoining Brook Road car park, is a large council owned car park. It has ample parking for most games and is the nearest public car park to our Meadow Park ground.
E) We respectfully remind all supporters that our club bar, is a strictly home supporters bar only and no away supporters will be allowed access on a match day.
We thank you all for your co operation in advance and look forward to welcoming fans from all over the country to Meadow Park, for what we hope will be an exciting first ever season of National League football..