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STFC Advice For Supporters

Swindon Town F.C have given advice for supporters attending Saturday's sell-out clash against Walsall at The County Ground.

SOLD OUT

Supporters are reminded that the last tickets available for Saturday's game were sold on Wednesday lunchtime, and there are no more tickets available for this sell-out fixture.

If you don't have a ticket, please don't attend The County Ground on the day as you will not gain entry to the stadium!

TURN UP EARLY

Gates open at 1.30pm - so get inside early!

With a 14,500 crowd expected there will inevitably be queues at the turnstiles if everyone turns up just before the 3pm kick-off.

The club wants supporters to arrive as early as possible to build the atmosphere inside the stadium.

Under no circumstances will the kick-off be delayed.

STAY OFF THE PITCH

The players will come back out at the end of the game to salute you and do a lap of honour but ONLY if you keep off the pitch.

The manager has made it very clear that he will not bring the players back out if people invade the pitch.

YOU are in danger of arrest and banning from the ground if you go onto the pitch and you will seriously upset your fellow fans that wish to acknowledge the players.

Any intrusion onto the pitch COULD seriously affect the club's position with The Football League.

John Carr

Safety Officer



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Writer:Moonraker1969
Date:Friday May 4 2007
Time: 10:41AM

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