Board Trial No Stadium Segregation For Saturday Bradford PA Game
Dec 21, 2017 869 Views

Board Trial No Stadium Segregation For Saturday Bradford PA Game

Following a review of supporter feedback, the Board have decided to launch a trial period at the Merseyrail Community Stadium which will see the ground desegregated for Saturday’s game against Bradford Park Avenue.

Home and away supporters entering with a terrace ticket will be permitted to view the match from any terraced area of their choosing, meaning home supporters will be able to use the Blowick End usually reserved for away supporters, while visiting fans will also be able to use the Popular Side and Jack Carr Stand.

All supporters wishing to sit may do so on either side of the Main Stand by entering using the appropriate turnstile, however the area surrounding the tunnel must remain secure and as such transition between seated sections will not be permitted.

The Board has heard from supporters that this relaxed approach is often well-received at away grounds and the Board are willing to trial this system at the Merseyrail Community Stadium. The club may run this trial for other games between now and the end of the season based on comments received after Saturday’s game.

The Board would be glad to receive feedback after Saturday’s match to the email address.

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