PLAY-OFF SEMI-FINAL – SUNDAY 5th MAY (3:30pm) – SALFORD CITY -vs- EASTLEIGH – GENERAL INFORMATION FOR SUPPORTERS
Having beaten Wrexham in the elminator round, The Spitfires fly north again for Sunday afternoon’s Vanarama National League play-off semi-final tie at The Peninsula Stadium (3:30pm). At stake is a place at Wembley on Saturday 11th…
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 will be reported by match officials to The FA, and sanctions may be taken against clubs as a result. The club understands that supporters may wish to mark the end of the season in such a fashion but any such incursion is strictly forbidden. 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.
Turnstiles open at 1:30pm.
SEGREGATION OF SUPPORTERS WILL OPERATE FOR THIS MATCH
ADMISSION IS BY CASH ONLY – PLEASE NOTE, WE CANNOT ACCEPT £50 NOTES
SEASON TICKETS AND SCHOOL VOUCHERS CANNOT BE USED FOR THIS PLAY-OFF TIE
Concession: £5 (Aged 60 and over, aged between 5 and 16, Students with valid, dated ID)
Under 5s admitted free)
SALFORD CITY SUPPORTERS can use Turnstile ‘B’ on Nevile Road or Turnstile ‘C’ (Moor Lane West) to enter the ground. PLEASE CONSIDER USING THE NEVILE ROAD TURNSTILE INSTEAD OF MOOR LANE – IT IS GENERALLY CONSIDERABLY QUIETER.
EASTLEIGH SUPPORTERS are should use Turnstile ‘A’ – Moor Lane East (the end nearest to the church). The East Stand terrace has 1,200 standing spaces, with 200 unreserved seats available in Block ‘H’ of the North Stand. Food & Drink will be available in the away area of the ground, but as crowd segregation will operate Eastleigh fans will not be able to access the Kitbag Fanzone or ’92 bar.
ADVICE FOR SUPPORTERS WITH LIMITED MOBILITY
The home turnstile ‘C’ (Moor Lane West) leads to a flight of steps that supporters must use to access spectator accommodation. Away Turnstile ‘A’ (Moor Lane East) has a small number of steps outside the turnstiles, leading down from Moor Lane.
Home turnstile ‘B’ on Nevile Road has a level approach (although with a slope from the West). Wheelchair users are advised to use the red gate, adjacent to Turnstile B, for access to the ground – our stewards will be happy to assist if required. For further access information, please contact the club secretary by clicking HERE.
Carers are admitted free of charge and blue-badge holders may park for up to 3 hours inside. the residents’ restricted parking zone. Once inside the ground, there are several ground-level viewing areas available for use, in front of the North and South stands. Carers may occupy any nearby unreserved seat.
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. Alternative coach parking is available on Kersal Road. Stewards will be happy to advise on the day.
RESERVED SEATS (HOME AREAS ONLY)
Season-ticket holders can reserve seats for National League home games, marked with stickers saying “Reserved for Season Ticket Holder”.
CAR-PARKING AND PARK & RIDE SERVICE
We are pleased to confirm that the Park & Ride service will be running for this game,from its usual base. The former IT Lab car-park opens at 2:00pm, with buses provided by our travel partner Swans Travel Ltd. making the shuttle journey to the drop-off point on Moor Lane. The service runs until kick-off and then again after the match and costs just £2 per vehicle.
Address for Park & Ride car park: Riverside, Agecroft Road, Swinton M27 8SJ
Please note that a resident-only parking scheme operates around the ground for home games. Hours if operation are 12 noon to 7pm for 3pm kick-offs and 5pm to midnight for evening fixtures. The extent of the zone is detailed below, in red.
CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
Alcoholic beverages cannot be consumed where there is a view of the playing field. The ’92 bar and private boxes are also subject to this regulation.
NO SMOKING ZONE
Supporters will not be able to smoke or use e-cigarettes within the stadium.
Situated behind the West Stand terrace – a number of food and drink outlets as well as Tony Sheldon’s club shop. Available to all supporters for this match.