Tickets for our SkyBet League Two opening fixture against Rochdale at The EnviroVent Stadium are now on sale online.Having worked extremely closely with the Safety Advisory Group and Sports Ground Safety Authority, we have been given permission to sell tickets to both home and away supporters.
Tickets were delivered to Rochdale this morning for our fixture on Saturday 7th August, as well as tickets for our Carabao Cup fixture on Tuesday 10th August.
As well as anyone who has purchased a ticket, All Harrogate Town Season Ticket Holders are able to attend using their Season Ticket.
Visiting Rochdale supporters will be housed in the MyRings Stand and EnviroVent Seated Terrace, entering the stadium via the South Gate.
Supporters without a pre-purchased ticket who attend ground will not be allowed entry. There will be no sales from the EnviroVent Stadium on the day of the fixture. We urge supporters without a ticket not to attend the stadium.
As per EFL guidelines, this fixture is not available to stream in the UK via our streaming service.
Entry times to The EnviroVent Stadium are as follows...
Access to the Family Stand will be from 1.30pm, Car Park Terrace at 1.45pm, Aon Stand from 2pm and EnviroVent Stand from 2.15pm.
We would like to thank our supporters for their patience at this difficult time and to those who have sent positive messages of support.
We would like to apologise to both our supporters and Rochdale supporters for the delay in confirming arrangements at Saturday's fixture and the subsequent inconvenience this has caused.
It has been a difficult process but the safety of everyone at the stadium is paramount and cannot be compromised.
Staff have been reminded that if anyone on site starts to ‘begin to feel unwell' they will be asked to leave the site immediately go home without using public transport where possible and book a PCR test.
Anyone with symptoms however absolutely must not attend the stadium and must be advised to book a PCR test.
While in the stadium, we ask under guidance from North Yorkshire County Council Public Health that if you can wear a face mask that would help. This is not mandatory.
We ask supporters to wear face masks when using toilet facilities, due to risk of less social distancing than other areas of the ground.
We also ask any supporters travelling to the fixture on public transport to wear a face covering to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19.
Thank you for your patience and support.