Advance tickets are now on sale for our pre-season friendly at home to Yeovil Town next Friday (11th September). They are priced at £10 for Adults, £8 for Concessions and £5 for Under 18’s, with all tickets subject to a booking fee. Season Ticket holders are entitled to free entry to all home friendlies subject to them advising the club either via email ( or by phone (Matchday Assistance number 07584 671053) that they will be attending. This notification must be received 48 hours prior to kick-off at the latest. Match tickets for the Yeovil game can be BOUGHT HERE

Tickets also remain on sale for the friendly at home to a Bristol City XI tomorrow evening (7th September), with the City squad based on their U23 side but with some expected first team involvement. To buy tickets for this game please click HERE

Supporters returned to the Cygnet Health Care Stadium for the first time since last season at Friday evening’s game against Chippenham which was restricted to a crowd limit of 300. For tomorrow’s match and for all games until further notice, the limit has been increased to 600. Please therefore be observant regarding social distancing. There will also be a bar outlet open at the City match while spectators are reminded that NO alcohol can be brought into the stadium.

Chairman Kevin Sturmey commented:” After our first match with fans we will continually evolve to offer a safe match day experience and also try to offer facilities to make it feel as normal as possible. Of course it’s not normal and for some time we will be in this situation where off the pitch we need everyone to help us create a good atmosphere, observe Government guidelines and one day help us all get back to normal football stadiums again.

After observing Friday’s match whilst doing many jobs and listening to many people, we felt it went well but we also have to remember it was a very small crowd compared to what we are used to. However, we trusted everyone to take individual responsibility and I thought all the fans should be applauded for taking on board what we are trying to achieve – a safe environment for everyone so we can all enjoy watching live football again.

With this in mind and with further safety measures in place we are now able to provide a bar facility for Monday’s visit of Bristol City, with a smaller range of products but something for everyone. If everyone can be sensible, observe one way systems and help us, this will be a big step forward. As per current Government guidance, the bar will be closed after the match as a steady dispersal of spectators within the stadium as quickly as possible is paramount to keep everyone safe.”

We wish to remind everyone attending any game at the Cygnet Health Care Stadium of the need to read, understand and adhere to the club’s Covid Guidance HERE and Ground Regulations HERE. Your co-operation is appreciated.