Monday night’s Danske Bank Premiership against Cliftonville will see a return to supporters at Mourneview Park with relaxed public health guidelines in relation to coronavirus. With that in mind, the club would ask all supporters attending the game to follow these guidelines in order to assist our stewards and marshals, and in order to protect you and your fellow spectators.
Any tickets purchased for the Carrick game will be valid for this game. We would however ask spectators to contact a Director or the Club Office as soon as possible if they intend to use their ticket for this game. This will help with match day planning and ensure correct track and trace procedures are being followed.
Admittance to Monday night’s game will strictly limited to ticket holders only i.e. season ticket holders and home supporters who have purchased a ticket for this game.
Arrive in good time to go through all the necessary entry procedures. Turnstiles will open at 6.45pm and we would ask all supporters to arrive from this time. Supporters should proceed to their seat which was allocated at previous games, and must not try to change seats. We know this is not ideal and would ask that you support our stewards and marshals at this difficult time.
The main gate will close strictly at 7.15pm so all vehicles MUST be in the car park prior to this time. Vehicles arriving after this time will not be permitted access.
The Crescent End and Hospital End turnstiles will both be in operation. Your temperature will be taken before entry. Anybody with a temperature reading higher than 37.8oC will be refused entry.
Disabled supporters will be located in the Crescent End.
Due to the restrictions brought in by the Northern Ireland Executive, no bars will be open before, during or after the game.
At all times and in all parts at the ground please observe social distancing and avoid close contact with others not in your social bubble.
Please do not congregate in the car park – a steward/marshal will direct all fans to their seat. Standing is not permitted at the wall at the corner of the Geddis Stand and Crescent End.
Please follow the instructions of stewards/marshals at all times, and in particular following the final whistle when leaving your seat and the ground.
lf you need to access any of the ground’s amenities, such as toilets or food and drink outlets, check to see if any of them are not in use and plan accordingly.
Café Bleu will be open throughout the match with a strict one-way system in operation. Bins are located throughout the ground, with hand sanitiser located beside all bins.
BlueZone will be operating a ‘one in, one out’ system. Please use social distancing if you are queuing to get into the shop. Face coverings must be worn while inside the shop.
Remain in your seat at all times wherever possible.
If you do need to leave your viewing position, wait for a time when the gangway is clear and always follow the signs indicating which way to go.
When moving past other spectators to and from you seat, please avoid face to face contact with other spectators.
Maintain good hand hygiene – use the sanitiser dispensers provided and avoid touching your face, or handles, railings etc. whenever possible.
Please observe respiratory etiquette always cover your mouth if muting to cough or sneeze.
Avoid hugs, high-fives and any close contact with people who are not within your social bubble.
All supporters must remain in their seats at the final whistle and await instructions from stewards/marshals before exiting.
If you are attending with other members of your social bubble, please make sure they have read and understood these guidelines too.
Thank you for your co-operation. Stay alert and stay safe! Help your club, your community and your fellow fans by following these guidelines.
If you have any questions, please contact Andy Good (Safety Officer), Ronnie Quigg (COVID-19 Committee Chair), Ross Follis (COVID-19 Officer) or any steward/marshal.