COLERAINE FC would like to share more details with supporters ahead of the Big Screen event against Ballymena United…
The Bannsiders face the Sky Blues in the semi-final of the Irish Cup behind closed doors this Monday (July 27), with a 4pm kick-off.
As previously communicated with supporters, there will be a Big Screen in operation at The Showgrounds, however, there are some government guidelines in operation to make the event as safe and fun as possible.
- Supporters are advised that the car park will be shut and no parking will be in operation.
- On arrival to the ground with their ticket, supporters will have a temperature check and their name and contact details taken.
- The outside screen will be in the car park with a maximum amount of 30 people being able to watch the fixture with NO alcohol allowed to be brought into the ground.
The Social Club will be fully open for those who want to enjoy a beer and watch the match on the numerous screens available – however you will STILL NEED a ticket to enter the Social Club.
Social distancing protocols will be in place both inside the Social Club and outside in the car park to follow government guidelines.
Fans will be able to enter The Showgrounds next Monday from 2pm with the gates closing following the conclusion of the other semi-final between Cliftonville and Glentoran.
A limited amount of tickets are still available in the Club Shop and if they don’t sell out, then they will be put on sale at the gate on Monday.
The Club Shop is open this Friday (6pm to 9pm) and Saturday (10am to 1pm).
We thank you for your support and understanding.