The Eagles travel to Biggleswade on Tuesday for their next Pitching In Southern League Division One Central match. Biggleswade sit midtable after a win at home against AFC Dunstable and and losing at Welwyn Garden City. They exited the Emirates FA Cup on penalties against Canvey Island on Saturday.
Biggleswade FC have strict criteria for entry to matches, please ensure you are familiar with the following rules before attending the match.
Langford Road stadium is an all mask wearing stadium. Supporters will be asked to wear a mask at all times when you are in the stadium. Should you be exempt from wearing masks, there is an area of the ground you will be asked to stand in. This area is limited to 12 people.
Biggleswade FC have their own eTicket website. This is run by Kaizen, who supply the Eagles ticket site. You'll need to register for an account with them, you can't use your Bedford account with them. To aid with speed, test and trace and cashless protocols, supporters are asked to purchase their tickets in advance. The website address to get your tickets for Tuesday night is https://biggleswadefc.ktckts.com.
Any further supporters who wish to pay on the evening are able to do this. However, you'll need to pay with the exact money as no change is given. Like with the Eagles, once the capacity of the ground is reached, you won't be able to get in. Selecting to pay on the evening reduces your chances of getting in on the night, so we strongly advise you securing your ticket in advance before travelling.
Eagles supporters are requested not to turn up at the ground until 7pm.
Biggleswade FC will have their bar open. However, there is no sitting in the bar area and all drinks must be taken back into the stadium. Please follow the in and out doors, and the one way queuing system that is inside the bar. As per government guidelines, there will be no bar available after the fixture has finished.
There is a food outlet open inside the ground. The area immediately outside this is reserved for queuing, and therefore supporters can not watch the game from here.
Full information for the fixture, including the Langford Road risk assessment, is available on Biggleswade FC's website. They've also produced a handy spectator guide for all travelling to the fixture. We request that everyone travelling to the game reads this here.
The Eagles are fully aware of just how much everyone is enjoying being back in the football world. We request that you respect the measures in place at Biggleswade, should you be travelling on Tuesday night.