In order to ensure your visit to The Dunes Hotel Stadium is as enjoyable and comfortable as possible, we’ve pulled together all the key information in one place.
If you have any further questions, then you can also contact the Club on 01229 666 010 or by emailing email@example.com
The Club is repeating its request for supporters attending games at The Dunes Hotel Stadium to exercise respect and consideration for those around them.
We are recommending that you continue to follow advice on COVID-19 protocols where possible to ensure we can offer as safe and welcoming an environment for all fans as possible.
Tickets for Saturday’s fixture against Leyton Orient are on sale now online and fans can make a saving by buying in advance.
It’s never been easier to buy your tickets online, where you can choose to either print your e-ticket at home or simply show your ticket directly from your mobile device at the turnstiles.
Home and away fans will also be able to buy tickets from 12noon on the day of the game either from the Ticket Office next to Main Reception (card payment only) or from the Ticket Booth in the Fan Zone (cash and card).
Fans are reminded that no tickets will be sold on the turnstiles.
Fan Zone/Cross Bar
The Fan Zone will open at 12noon and fans who would like to visit prior to kick-off are advised to make their way directly to it rather than go through the turnstiles as you will not be able to access it from inside the stadium.
The Fan Zone will open at 12noon and will re-open after the game until 7pm.
The Cross Bar is also open to fans from 12noon but will be closed at 5.45pm after the game.
The Dunes Hotel Stadium is a no smoking stadium. Smoking, including vaping, is not permitted in any area of the ground.
Unfortunately, we have no available parking at the stadium.
However, as per the map, the parking in blue is available for both home and away supporters. 300 spaces at Liberata are free, as is any street parking on Phoenix Road.
The smaller car park beside the Soccer Bar costs £4 – away fans are welcome.
The restricted parking is for players, officials, staff and disabled supporters or those with mobility issues/blue badges and who have already booked and confirmed.
We have a dedicated team to support our younger and more vulnerable fans. You will see signs around the ground informing supporters of where and how to report any concerns they may have.
Fans can contact us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org, use the Reporting Concerns link in our Safeguarding Section of the Official Website (click here) or by telephone on 01229 666 010 during normal office hours.