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Cliftonville supporters attending this afternoon’s pre-season friendly with Newington are asked to familiarise themselves with the health and safety protocols that will be implemented at Solitude.

Only by working in tandem can we ensure that our long-awaited return home goes as smoothly as possible in relation to not only the wellbeing of everyone in attendance but also in helping to gauge the effectiveness of our arrangements in the event of capacity restrictions being eased in the future.

Arriving at Solitude
– Supporters are requested to arrive in good time the 3pm kick-off;
– Entrance is by ticket only, with sales available through our online portal (no cash turnstiles will be in operation);
– Ticket holders are asked to have tickets open and ready to be scanned, particularly those with phone downloads;
– Temperature checks will be made on arrival.

Inside the ground
– Supporters are requested to follow directional signage at all times;
– Please make use of sanitation points as indicated;
– Please adhere to stewards’ instructions;
– The wearing of face coverings, particularly when moving inside the stadium, is advised;
– The Social Club will be closed and there will be no catering facilities available today;
– The Reds Shop will only be open after the game;
– Please maintain social distancing at all times.

– All spectators must sit in the stand pertaining to their ticket;
– No movement between stands will be permitted;
– Please only use seats marked with a tick;
– Seats have been marked in individual batches (singles, doubles, trebles etc) and the Club asks that supporters only use seats appropriate to the number of people from the same household, thus ensuring that those who wish to sit together are able to do so;
– All fans are requested to remain in their seats during the game.

Coronavirus Awareness
For the wellbeing of your fellow Cliftonville fans, please do not attend if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms of Covid-19:
– Fever or chills;
– Cough;
– Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing;
– Fatigue;
– Muscle or body ache;
– Headache
– Loss of taste or smell;
– Sore throat;
– Congestions or runny nose;
– Nausea or vomiting;
– Diarrhoea.

We thank our supporters in advance for their cooperation during this afternoon’s test event and are confident that, by familiarising ourselves with new matchday protocols, we can work together in the best interests of the Football Club and the safety of our fans.