For our second league home match of the season we welcome our neighbours from down the A6 to the Eyrie. Barton Rovers have had a mixed start to the season, chalking up a win in their first match against Coleshill, then drawing against fancied Halesowen and losing to Bedworth on Tuesday.
Tickets for the fixture are now on sale from the club's online ticket store at https://bedfordtownfc.ktckts.com. They are priced at £10 for adults, £7 for concessions and U21s, £4 for 10-15 year olds, with under tens FREE.
This game will be all ticket and supporters from both clubs must purchase their tickets online in advance of the game. There will be no admission on the turnstyle without a prepaid ticket.
Season card holders will automatically have their cards activated for this fixture. Life Vice Presidents who wish to attend this game will need to contact email@example.com in order to confirm their ticket.
On arrival at the ground please observe Covid-19 measures. These include one way systems, both in the ground and clubhouse, no standing in yellow hatched areas, two metre distancing in all queues, restricted seating areas in the main stand, and standing in socially distanced groups of no more than six people. These restrictions are subject to change, please follow instructions given by matchday stewards or club officials.
Note that many of the facilities in the ground now take cashless payments only, this includes the bar.
You will need to wear a face covering at all times in the clubhouse (unless seated at a table) and in all other indoor facilities including toilets. During the match the bar will operate a take away only service. Please socially distance queue and leave the clubhouse once served.
The NHS Covid-19 app 2D barcode is situated at several locations on site including the clubhouse and by the turnstyles as you enter the ground, please scan it if able.
Do not attend the match if you are showing any symptoms of Covid-19, these includes a new persistent cough, a high temperature or loss of smell or taste. Temperatures will be taken before entry to the ground and those registering a high reading may be refused entry.