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Following a successful first pilot event, Cray Wanderers will now play host to a Bromley XI side as part of their second pilot event this coming Saturday (5th September), KO 2:30pm.

The capacity will be limited to a maximum of 600 spectators and the event must be all ticket meaning no tickets will be available to purchase on the day.

Tickets are on sale at;
£10 Adults
£5 Under 16’s

Tickets can only be purchased online and you will need to input the full contact details for each attendee you are buying tickets for in order to comply with NHS track & trace purposes. 

Please note the below important information;

Supporters are reminded that Saturday’s fixture between Cray Wanderers and Bromley XI is ALL TICKET – Tickets must be purchased in advance and will NOT be available on arrival the turnstiles.

Supporters are also asked to complete a self-assessment before attending this fixture and NOT to attend should they or anyone else in their household / social bubble show any COVID-19 related symptoms.

Turnstiles will open at 1:30pm ahead of kick off at 2:30pm. Please note no access can be gained to any area of the stadium before 1:30pm.

Seating will be available in The Glyn Beverly Stand while those wishing to stand may watch from the East Terrace. The main stand and North terrace will remain closed for this fixture.

Hand sanitisers will be located within the stadium and whether seating or standing supporters are asked to observe current social distancing guidelines and remain in their social bubbles.

Ravens Bar will be open for ‘take away’ only – i.e. Supporters will able to queue up and purchase a drink and take it out into the stadium terrace / seating areas with them for this fixture. Supporters will not be allowed to remain inside the Ravens Bar for any length of time and the bar will close prior to full time for spectators. The Ravens Nest will be open serving hot food and drink.

Please familiarise yourself with the below site plan for Saturday’s fixture.

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We look forward to welcoming you safely to Hayes Lane!

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