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Covid-19 Restrictions: Update

26 January 2022

The government announced last week that the measures put in place under 'Plan B' will be lifted in England on Thursday 27th January.

With these restrictions being relaxed, the club can confirm the 'Plan B' Covid-19 safety regulations that were in place at the MKM Stadium are now being eased starting with our match on Saturday 29th January against Swansea City. This includes no longer needing to show your NHS Covid Pass at the MKM Stadium for entry.

While government restrictions are being relaxed, we ask that supporters continue with certain measures to help make your visit as safe as possible.

We politely ask that all supporters be respectful and considerate towards others whose circumstances may differ from their own.

Supporters are asked to arrive early to avoid large crowds and prevent queues from building up at the turnstiles.

We encourage supporters to continue sanitising their hands and wear face coverings when entering the ground, on the concourses, and in our Tiger Leisure store. Face coverings may be removed to consume food and drink. Face coverings do not need to be worn in the seating bowl.

At the end of the match, anyone who wishes to remain seated to allow the crowd to disperse may do so.

If supporters have any concerns about attending matches with regards to social distancing and Covid-19 measures, please call 01482 505600 and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.


The club would like to thank supporters for their patience and high level of compliance at the two matches in which our 'Plan B' Covid-19 safety regulations were in place.

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