On Saturday the 26th September we play Scarborough in a fixture which was orignally due to be played away, but has been switched due to local restrictions in Scarborough, the game is all ticket and there will be no opportunity to pay on the gate as we are limited to 600 places.
Date: 26th September 2020
Maximum capacity is 600 – all ticket
Bring a Face Mask if you are going to buy food or drink from the SMRE.
If you have any symptoms of Covid – please stay away from the stadium
Please familiarise yourself with the Risk assessment and Supporter Expectations - it is really important that you follow the guidance provided to keep yourself and fellow fans safe, many other teams cannot have fans in attendance or have had their capacities reduced, we are working hard to campaign for an increase from 600 but need everyone to be kicking towards the same goal to have any chance of delivering this - click here to read how you can help
Matchday tickets must be pre-ordered from the web-site and are available to season ticket/TMTB holders only, or collected from the office on Friday. If you don’t have a matchday ticket, you won’t be able to access the stadium.
Season ticket holders must bring their Season Ticket Book and confirmation of their matchday ticket order to be given a matchday ticket.
TMTB holders must bring their confirmation of matchday ticket order to be given a matchday ticket. They will be issued with their TMTB. It is one TMTB ticket per game.
Please continue to be patient and tolerant to all matchday staff and volunteers and be aware that we are holding limited stocks of food and drink so some products might sell-out during a game.
The office is not open for any non-matchday activities so people won’t be able to buy memberships for example.
- The pre-ordered (see above) tickets can be collected from the Academy Cabins from 12:30.
- Season ticket holders must bring their season ticket with them in order to receive their matchday ticket.
- TMTB holders can collect their TMTB at the Ticket Office and will then be given their matchday ticket
- Turnstiles – 1 and 4 open at 1:30
There are no shuttle buses running - please visit our Travel Hub for more information on ways to get to Broadhurst Park - click here
Car park – available at Broadhurst Park (£5) There is also plenty of on street parking on Lightbown Road, please DO NOT park on St Mary’s Road, this causes inconvenience for local residents. The St Matthew’s school car park is not open.
Mainstand and SMRE are both fully open as are two bays of the North Stand. The West stand remains closed.
Please observe social distancing - Broadhurst Park can accomodate 4700 spectators therefore you should find yourself able to keep a safe distance from other spectators.
The club shop is located to the right of the main entrance and offers a wide range of club branded clothing, accessories or gifts. Cards are the preferred payment method and it’s ideal if you’re looking to treat someone, want to support the club by wearing our colours, or simply need a hat or gloves because it’s a bit colder than you expected it to be.
The shop is open on matchdays from 1.30pm till 2.55pm then after the game for around 15 minutes.
Food and Drink at the ground
The Chippy is open, serving a full range of all your chip shop favourites - click here for the menu
The Kazbar under the mainstand is selling food including pies, sausage rolls, hot and cold drinks, plus crisps and confectionery.
- For the Kazbar Menu - click here
- We’ve also got a great value Meal Deal - click here
There will also be a sweet stall selling all your favourites for the sweet toothed or for those who just need a something to go with their hot drink.
All food outlets open at 1:30pm and close at 4:30.
Alcohol is available at the SMRE which will be open at 1:30 with last orders at 6:15. A new Trailblazer Stout will be on offer in the SMRE, plus a wide range of great value drinks for all tastes, lagers, real ales, cider etc
We hope you enjoy your visit to our ground.