Ahead of tomorrow’s match against Stevenage, we would like to share the following information with our supporters as we look forward to welcoming you to the Banks’s Stadium.
Please see useful information about the return of the Savoy Lounge, the Community Hub, Stadium Suite and the return of the Fan Zone.
The Savoy Lounge is back open for pass holders from tomorrow’s game against Stevenage.
The lounge will be open from 12pm with access from the Savoy entrance (next to the commemorative plaque).
You will need to show your pass on the door and your match ticket will also be scanned.
Once inside the Savoy Lounge, access to and from the stadium bowl to the Savoy Lounge will be from the door at the top of the stairs in Block J ONLY.
Please note, a snack bar menu will be available from the Mansfield Town game on Saturday 11th September onwards.
THE MICK KEARNS COMMUNITY HUB
The Community Hub will be open from 1pm to supporters in the HomeServe Lower Tier.
It will also be open at half-time and full-time, again to supporters in the HomeServe Lower Tier.
The Stadium Suite will be open to all supporters from 12pm before the game.
It will also be open at half-time and full-time to supporters in the HomeServe Middle and Upper Tier.
Supporters in the Poundland Main Stand and HomeServe Lower Tier will be able to access two concession units.
These can be accessed from outside the stadium before the match. From 3.15pm onwards, supporters will be able to access the concession units from inside the stadium via gates four and five.
A limited number of kiosks will be open due to staffing shortages but there will be a kiosk available in each stand and an additional concession unit available to Poundland Main Stand and HomeServe Lower Tier as explained above.
The Fanzone will be back open for tomorrow’s match against Stevenage from 1pm in the St Francis Group Community Stand. The Community Stand tuck shop will reopen from the Mansfield Town game on Saturday 11th September onwards.
As with a number of football clubs and venues across the country, we are still facing challenges around staffing and COVID-19 and we thank supporters for their patience and understanding.