Entry Requirements - NHS COVID Pass FAQs

Following the Premier League’s announcement that adult supporters should be prepared to show they have been fully vaccinated or have received a negative test result no more than 48 hours prior to kick-off, the Club can confirm these measures will be in place from Sunday’s match against Manchester City.

We should like to thank supporters who participated in the trial at Sunday's double header against Arsenal. This has greatly aided our preparations for the possibility of COVID-19 status certification becoming mandatory.

Supporters will be subject to spot-checks on entering the stadium and will be required to show their fully vaccinated status or a negative test result no more than 48 hours prior to kick-off using their NHS COVID Pass via the NHS App.

Supporters unable to use the NHS App can find details of alternative methods of confirming their status below. Supporters unable to provide proof upon request will not be allowed entry to the stadium.

Full details on how supporters can prepare for the Manchester City match onwards are below.

Supporters are also asked to read and agree to abide by a Code of Conduct when at matches this season.

Please note that there may be a slight delay in entering the stadium for anyone presenting proof that has not been generated via the NHS App. This is so that we can carry out the required checks. We would therefore encourage you to arrive as early as possible in order to allow plenty of time to enter the stadium.

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