Match Day Information
BLYTH SPARTANS AT HOME (Thu 4/11/21) – GENERAL INFORMATION FOR SUPPORTERS
Salford City’s academy side get their FA Youth Cup campaign underway with a home tie -vs- Blyth Spartans, with the game getting underway at 7pm.
PENINSULA STADIUM GUIDE
View The Peninsula Stadium Guide here.
At present there are no restrictions on supporters entering the Peninsula Stadium for matches. Covid passes are not required and we will not be performing temperature checks.
We have some advice for supporters planning to attend our fixtures:
NHS App – If you are double-jabbed, download the NHS app so you can prove your status, if required
Lateral Flow Test – If you aren’t yet double-jabbed, consider taking a lateral flow test prior to attending.
Don’t Attend if you – or someone attending with you – displays Covid-19 symptoms, feels generally unwell or is required to self-isolate
Assess the Risk – The club cannot eliminate the risk of contracting Covid-19 – before purchasing a ticket or travelling to the game, decide if it is appropriate for you to attend, giving consideration to your personal circumstances.
Feeling Unwell at the Game? – If you begin to exhibit Covid-19 symptoms at the game, notify the nearest steward and asked to be escorted to the nearest exit.
Plan your Journey – arrive in plenty of time and be sure in advance where you should enter the stadium (see below for details).
Face Coverings – Government guidelines state that members of the public are expected to wear face coverings in any crowded and enclosed spaces, where in close contact with others. Face coverings may be removed when occupying your seated or standing area, but please consider wearing one at all times, and particularly when moving around the stadium.
Refreshments & Toilets: When using the Stadium amenities, such as toilets and food and drink outlets, please avoid queues and follow the instructions of Club staff and stewards.
Courtesy – Please be respectful to supporters and staff in your vicinity, avoid close contact with those not known to you, and take a responsible approach to others, whose circumstances may differ from your own.
Hygiene – Always maintain good hand hygiene around the stadium and avoid touching your face whenever possible.
Moving Around – Please avoid unnecessary movement away from your seat/standing location. Where possible wait until gangways are clear, and always follow signage and/or stewards’ instructions.
Stewards – Please be patient when moving around and leaving the stadium, be considerate towards stewards, and listen to their advice in order to help ensure the Stadium event is safely and efficiently managed.
FOR HOME & away SUPPORTERS
Tickets are not being sold for this game. Admission is by cash only, via Turnstile ‘C’ on Moor Lane.
TURNSTILES OPEN AT 6PM
Prices apply to North Stand seats and West Stand Terrace. The South Stand and East Stand will be closed for this game.
Under 16s: £1
Under 5s: Admitted free.
Concession qualification: Those aged between 16 and 21 inclusive or 60 and over as of 4/11/21.
Under 16 qualification: Those aged between 5 and 15 inclusive as of 4/11/21.
where to enter the stadium
Below – plan of the stadium, showing turnstile blocks and numbers.West Stand – Home terrace – STANDING ONLY – Admission is by cash only, via Turnstile Block ‘C’ (Moor Lane West). The usual West Stand turnstiles will be closed for this match.
North Stand Admission is by cash only, via Turnstile Block ‘C’ (Moor Lane West). The usual West Stand turnstiles will be closed for this match. Seat tickets cannot be purchased in advance. Please note that Block ‘E’ is reserved for club use.
South Stand – Closed for this game.
East Stand – Closed for this game.
SUPPORTERS USING WHEELCHAIRS
We can offer ground-level viewing areas for supporters using wheelchairs, with adjacent seats for carers.
Wheelchair users will be accommodated at ground level in front of the North Stand Block ‘B’ (see plan above). Admission is via the gates adjacent to Turnstile ‘A’ on Moor Lane at the east end of the stadium. A gently sloping path leads from Moor Lane to the turnstile forecourt, and another leads sown to the viewing level. Payment must be made at Turnstile ‘C’ before admission is allowed.
Ambulant Disabled Supporters – Please note that the turnstiles for the North Stand lead to a flight of stairs once inside the ground. Supporters who might wish to prefer avoiding these stairs may use the Wheelchair users’ route – see above.
None available for this game.
AWAY SUPPORTER COACHES
Away coaches may drop supporters outside Turnstile ‘A’ on Moor Lane and one can park there during the match, alongside the team coach. The coach stop is a short walk from Turnstile ‘C’ where cash admission is available.
Block ‘E’ of the North Stand is reserved for club use. Other seats are not reserved for this game.
CAR-PARKING AND PARK & RIDE SERVICE
Car parking is limited around the ground – please observe the local and matchday restrictions and show consideration for our neighbours. The Park & Ride service will NOT be available for this game – apologies for any inconvenience. We are working on providing a service as soon as possible.
The club requests that supporters show consideration for our neighbours when choosing a place to park – please do not obstruct driveways and junctions.
North Stand – Situated in the northern section of the fanzone.
Not open for this match.
In line with EFL policy, Salford City F.C. will take action against any supporter who uses a pyrotechnic device at our matches, or seeks to bring them into the stadium. The club will not hesitate to seek a banning order should a supporter breach this rule.
Salford City Football Club will not tolerate inappropriate chanting during games at The Peninsula Stadium. If identified, perpetrators may be banned from attending fixtures at the stadium and may be reported to the authorities. We want supporters to enjoy their time at the stadium but please show respect to players, match officials & club staff.
CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
Alcoholic beverages cannot be consumed where there is a view of the playing field.
NO SMOKING ZONE
The Peninsula Stadium is a no smoking zone and the use of e-cigarettes is forbidden. Persistent breaches will result in offenders being asked to leave the stadium.
Supporters are not allowed to bring drums or other musical instruments into the ground. Our stewards have been instructed to confiscate such items should an attempt be made to bring them into the ground. They will be returned later.
The terms of our tenancy at the ground forbid the use of instruments as we are situated in a very residential area. Thanks in advance for your co-operation.
Please note – Supporters are not allowed to encroach onto the playing field before, during or after games at The Peninsula Stadium. Any incursion onto the playing field may be reported by match officials to The FA /EFL, and action may be taken against the club as a result. We will scrutinise footage of any pitch incursion at The Peninsula Stadium and will not hesitate to take appropriate action against those responsible. Supporters apprehended during games will be ejected from the stadium and barred from future attendance. Incursion onto the pitch during the course of a game is a criminal offence and the club will support the prosecution of offenders.