Update - Llandudno FC vs Denbigh Town
Since our match preview there has been a couple of key changes to the way we can operate in tomorrow nights Nathaniel MG Cup tie against Denbigh Town. The first being that we can now accommodate 250 spectators at Maesdu Park for the game, which is a significant increase from the initial 100 cap announced last week. With social distancing being relaxed in outdoor environments, and specifically from welsh football grounds from Monday 19th July, we will not be adopting a ticketed approach to games for the season. Tomorrow nights tie will need to be treated as first come, first served as our previous pre-season fixtures, with hopefully unrestricted access when we reach our first home fixture in August.
The second update involves the Clubhouse during fixtures. From 45mins before kick off until full time, if you do not have an entry stamp to prove you been authorised access for the game, unfortunately you will not be allowed to utilise the outdoor area of the clubhouse. You will of course be welcome to enjoy food and drink indoors throughout this period as usual, so to clarify for tomorrow night's 7.45pm kick off, unless stamped, you will be restricted to indoor access only between 7pm - 9.30pm.
Good news for our supporters moving forward is that permission has been given for the consumption of alcohol at our matches under both the new shelter, and on the clubhouse decking only, with authorised access to the game. Any alcohol attempted to be taken out of these areas will result in the alcohol being confiscated without refund, and possibly expulsion from the game, so please respect the rules imposed.
All entry fees must be paid at the turnstile at Gate A, where you will receive a proof of entry stamp. A reminder of tomorrow nights entry fees are as below: