The club is delighted to be welcoming supporters back to Home Park for the third time this season for Tuesday night’s visit of Oxford United in Sky Bet League One.
The procedures remain the same as with previous fixtures against Ipswich Town and Milton Keynes Dons, events which received very positive feedback from the Safety Advisory Group (SAG), as well as members of the Green Army.
However, the club is mindful of our responsibility to ensure that every fixture meets the high standards, and we ask supporters to ensure that they, once again, familiarise themselves with the PAFC Code of Conduct and Fans’ Return Guide ahead of Tuesday’s game.
In particular, the club wishes to advise supporters to try and schedule toilet breaks to avoid peak times, and that toilet facilities will be closed before full-time. Other than trips to use the facilities, supporters are asked to remain in their seat at all times.
Please note that, if your usual arrival time is scheduled for 1.30pm on a Saturday, your arrival window begins at 6.15pm on Tuesday. For those usually scheduled to arrive at 2.15pm on a Saturday afternoon, your arrival window begins at 7pm.
We remind supporters that, as announced last week, tickets issued to supporters in tier three or four areas will no longer work. We strongly advise supporters from these areas not to travel to Home Park, as they will not be permitted entry into the stadium.
If you have been allocated a ticket, but opting not to attend, please inform the Home Park Ticket Office at the earliest opportunity, so that your seat can be offered to a supporter on the waiting list.
Spare or returned seats will continue to be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, with an overwhelming number of season-ticket holders indicating that this would be their preference in our recent survey.
We thank our supporters for their exemplary compliance with our Code of Conduct in previous fixtures, and look forward to seeing the Green Army again on Tuesday night.