24 May 2021 by Admin

Eastleigh general sale now live


Tickets for tomorrow's Vanarama National League fixture against Eastleigh are now on general sale: https://www.altrinchamfc.com/c...

Bill Waterson writes:

We have learned some lessons to improve access for you all, and we will be increasing capacity to 900 for Tuesday night's rearranged game with Eastleigh.  Remember it’s a 7pm kick-off. 

Firstly, can we ask you all to download the NHS Track and Trace app to your mobile phone.  We need to record all those who arrive at the ground on the app, or, failing that, with a more time-consuming manual process.  We will be increasing resources to capture this information and increasing the number of scanners at the Chequers End to speed up entry at Gate 5.

The NHS App can be found here: https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library/nhs-covid-19/ 

Those who have bought tickets will be issued with our Code of Conduct, which you will need to read before attending the game.  Most importantly, if you are showing any COVID symptoms, you should not attend the game. And equally, any away fans who manage to acquire a ticket, you will be refused entry and your money will not be refunded.

For those buying tickets, you will see changes in the order process.  We are now asking you to specify where you want the ticket at a lower level of detail. We are asking you to select one of the following: Main Stand, Community Sports Hall, Golf Road, Pop Side North, Pop Side South or Chequers End.  This allows us to increase the capacity for the next two games. 

All of the above will make the ticket buying process easier and entry to the ground quicker.  I will be putting out further updates during this week on the website and by email.  But if you have any questions relating to the two remaining games, please feel free to drop me a line at [email protected] 

We are looking forward to seeing you all again on Tuesday and Saturday.


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