GROUND REGULATIONS SEPTEMBER 2020
Persons entering this Stadium must abide by the Ground Regulations as printed in the
match-day programme, published on the Club Website and displayed on posters in the
Stadium. Failure to do so may result in ejection from the premises, a ban from attending
any future events and also be the subject of a football banning order.
Admission to and the right to remain within the grounds is strictly on condition that any
person attending SHALL NOT commit any of the following acts.
1. Failure to comply with any directions given by a Steward, Club Official or Police
2. Encroachment onto the playing area or its adjoining parts.
3. Climbing on any building, wall, fence or other structure.
4. Throw any object onto the pitch or within the spectator areas.
5. Be in possession of, and/or lighting any firework or flare.
6. Chanting or singing of an obscene, indecent, discriminatory or offensive nature.
7. Use obscene, indecent, discriminatory, offensive or threatening language.
8. Make an obscene, indecent, discriminatory, offensive or threatening gesture.
9. Damage or deface Club property.
10. Damage, deface or obstruct any notice or advertisement.
11. Bring alcohol or any other drinks into the stadium.
12. Consume alcohol or other drinks that have not been supplied by Taunton Town
FC or their on-site concessions holders
13. Consume any alcohol in locations NOT specifically designated for that purpose.
14. There will be zero tolerance to alcohol abuse/misuse.
15. There will be zero tolerance to drug possession, use and abuse.
16. No Smoking except in designated smoking areas.
17. Bring umbrellas or personal bags into the stadium without prior permission.
Spectators must also note the following:
a) The Club does not accept any responsibility or liability whatsoever for any loss or
damage to vehicles or their contents, or any other personal property brought onto the
b) Photography and use of video including CCTV is in operation at all matches and
events and may be used in any of our media channels.
c) Dogs on a lead are permitted in the Stadium but they remain the sole responsibility of
their owner at all times
THE CLUB RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CARRY OUT PERSONAL SECURITY
SEARCHES AND/OR REFUSE ADMISSION TO ANY PERSON AT ANY TIME,
There are two car parks at the Cygnet Health Care Stadium. The main is car park 2 at the front of the ground adjoining the road is for spectators while coaches for visiting teams should be parked at the far end of the car park after receiving guidance from a club steward.
The inner car park situated on the left of the stadium behind one goal (Car Park 1) is restricted for use by players, home club officials and staff, match officials, officials from visiting teams and match sponsors. Use of this car park by any other parties on matchdays is subject to prior agreement by the club.
Disabled parking spaces are located immediately to the left of the main turnstile.
Pedestrian access to the stadium is via the turnstiles which are clearly signposted and located on the end of the stand at the front of the ground. Normally only one turnstile is open but this will increase to two or even three depending on the nature of the game and anticipated crowd numbers. The third turnstile is located at the vehicular entrance to the inner car park and will only be used under certain circumstances which will be advertised in advance.
Entrance to the ground for wheelchairs, mobility scooters, pushchairs etc is via the pedestrian gate adjoining the vehicular entrance upon display of a valid match ticket. Any requests or concerns regarding access for disabled spectators should be emailed to the club.
Entry to the stadium via the gate adjoining the vehicular entrance is restricted to those eligible to park in the inner car park or by prior arrangement with the club.
All four sides of the stadium have either covered seating or covered terracing:
The stand adjoining the main car park The Tom Harris Stand has 261 public seats, a Directors Box with 27 seats including reserved seating for visiting officials. There is a wheelchair viewing area in this stand.
There is terracing at either end of the stadium which is in place for its entire width. The mid-section of terracing is covered at both ends.
The opposite side to the main entrance has the Taunton Plumbing & Heating Stand with 95 seats. Terracing is in place to the right of this stand stretching down to the corner while the stadium surround to the left consists of hardstanding in front of the clubhouse and boardroom. Another disabled viewing area is located to the left of the stand by the media gantry.
Toilet facilities are signposted and are located on the opposite side of the ground to the main entrance to the left of the Boardroom (the Brian Pollard Suite). Toilets including disabled and baby changing facilities are also situated in the foyer of the clubhouse.
The clubhouse is open on matchdays from 1.00pm on a Saturday and 6.30pm in midweek. The bar sells a range of alcoholic and soft drinks, snacks, confectionery and pasties.
Boardroom and Office
The Boardroom is located in the Brian Pollard Suite (turn left when entering). Entry to the Boardroom is restricted to opposition and match officials and invited guests.
The Club Office is the located in the right part of the Brian Pollard Suite.
A catering outlet is open on matchdays and is situated at the top end of the stadium. Another outlet is open on certain days when the crowd is large enough selling drinks, pies and pasties close to the changing rooms on the left side of the stadium.
The shop can be found at the top end of the inner car park and sells a wide range of club merchandise including replica shirts, scarves and hats as well as other items such as key rings and mugs.
First Aid facilities can be found in the Medical Room near to the vehicular entrance to the stadium. Any spectator who requires medical attention during their time at the Cygnet Health Care Stadium should speak to a steward or club official in the first instance who will be able to assist.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]