Warwickshire v Worcestershire

Tuesday 28 July, 11am start. Gates open at 10am.

To ensure you feel safe, secure and comfortable at all times, we’ve been working to introduce a wide range of new measures across Edgbaston Stadium.

Your experience with us will be a little different than usual. Please take a look below for a breakdown of our new procedures, plus FAQs for our upcoming events.

Click here to read our Spectator Code of Conduct.

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Feeling unwell?

If you are feeling unwell, or have any COVID-19 symptoms, stay at home and do not attend

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E-Ticket

Download your e-ticket PDF to your mobile device or print at home to gain entry to the stadium

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Parking nearby

We do not recommend using public transport. Public car parking is available nearby

Before you visit

Take your temperature

Take your temperature before travelling. If your temperature reading is higher than 37.5°C or you have a continuous cough you should stay at home.

Pack your face covering

During your visit we advise that you wear a face covering when possible, but this is not required.

Ticket check

Please download your e-ticket to your mobile device or print at home. This will be scanned at the gate to give you entry. Check your ticket for your gate entrance, plus your stand, block and seat number.

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Social Distancing

Please ensure you maintain a safe distance from others using the floor marking guides for reference

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Sanitiser Stations

Sanitiser stations will be located around the stadium for use throughout the day

When you arrive

Car parking

On-site parking will be available to Executive Members and Car Park Pass holders for 2020. Public car parks are available at Cannon Hill Park Midlands Arts Centre or at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Pershore Road.

Social distancing

On arrival please join the queue for entry, ensuring you maintain a safe distance from others (guided by floor markings).

Entrance gates

If you are seated in Blocks 1-5, please use Entrance E7. For Blocks 6-22, please use Entrance E9. Click here to view ground map.

Spectators are welcome to bring food and drink into the stadium, excluding any alcohol, cans or glass bottles.

Test and Trace

For NHS Test and Trace purposes, all ticket bookers must provide contact details of all those in their party. Your details will be kept for Test and Trace purposes for no more than 21 days.

Sanitiser stations

Once you have entered the stadium, you will be asked to sanitise your hands. Sanitiser stations will be located around the stadium for use throughout the day.

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One-Way Routes

When moving around, follow the clearly marked one-way routes to help maintain safe distancing

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Contactless Payments

Edgbaston is a cashless stadium. Please bring a payment card, we’re unable to accept cash payments

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Stay in stadium

Spectators are asked to stay in the stadium throughout the day and during breaks in play

During your visit

Keep your distance

During your visit, please ensure you maintain a safe distance from others using the floor marking guides for reference.

Follow the routes

When moving around the stadium, please follow the clearly marked one-way routes to help maintain safe distancing. We’ve installed easy to follow floor markings and signage to assist you.

Contactless payment and collections

We’ve installed protective screens and have payment technology to allow for contactless purchases at our bars and retail outlets. We are unable to accept cash payments at this time.

Stay in the stadium

Spectators are asked to stay within the stadium grounds throughout the day and during breaks in play. Please do not use the local shops, everything you need will be in the stadium.

Enhanced cleaning

Rest assured, as always, the stadium is professionally cleaned on a continual basis. Common contact surfaces and toilet facilities are regularly sanitised.

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Food & Drink

Food & Drink will be available from behind the Wyatt Stand, next to the Edgbaston Beach

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Entrance & Exit

Please enter and exit the stadium through the designated gates, which will be clearly signposted

When you are leaving

Follow directions

When you are leaving the stadium, please follow staff directions and our one-way routes to help maintain safe distancing. We’ve installed easy to follow floor markings and signage to assist you.

You will be asked to exit via specific exit points.

Post-event questionnaire

After the fixture, you will be sent a Medical Questionnaire to fill in to allow local authorities assess the impact of this pilot spectator event.

FAQs: Warwickshire v Worcestershire

How do I get my ticket for this match?

A limited number of tickets are available to Members for this match. To claim, simply log-in to your account, pick the Warwickshire v Worcestershire fixture and select the number of tickets you would like. You can claim up to three tickets.

Once you have claimed your tickets, visit My Account and download your ticket PDF by clicking on Tickets in the menu.

You can download your e-ticket to your mobile device or print at home. This will be scanned at the gate to give you entry.

Check your ticket for your gate entrance, plus your stand, block and seat number.

If I’m feeling unwell, can I still attend this match?

No. If you are unwell, please stay at home.

All spectators will be asked to agree to a Health Declaration before attending this match.

You should stay at home and not attend if;

  • You or any accompanying guests currently have symptoms of or have been diagnosed with COVID-19
  • In the past 14 days you have been in contact with someone who is or could be infected with COVID-19
  • In the past 24 hours you have had any of the following symptoms: Fever, Cough, Runny Nose, Sort Throat or Shortness of Breath

 

What personal details do I need to supply for NHS Test and Trace?

It is a requirement that venues must obtain the data of all individuals attending to support the NHS Test and Trace programme.

When claiming your tickets online or over the phone, the ticket booker will be asked to supply details (name and email) of all guests attending.

Your details will be kept for Test and Trace purposes for no more than 21 days. All data is held in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Will Car Parking be available for this match?

On-site parking at Edgbaston on the day of the fixture will only be available to Executive Members and those who have purchased a car park Season Ticket for 2020, who can enter the ground via the main entrance on Edgbaston Road

The Club suggests that other Members utilise the car parks at Cannon Hill Park Midlands Arts Centre in a dedicated area or at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park on Pershore Road.

As per the latest Government guidelines, we do not recommend using public transport to travel to this fixture.

Do I have to wear a face covering?

No. Face coverings are not required in the stadium, but we advised that a face covering should be worn when possible for the safety of all spectators and staff.

Please bring a personal face covering with you. Unfortunately, we are unable to provide PPE to spectators on the day.

 

Will Food & Drink be available to purchase on the day?

Yes, a limited Food & Drink offering will be available for spectators. This will be located behind the Wyatt Stand next to the Edgbaston Beach. We ask that spectators take care when visiting the Food & Drink area, ensuring you maintain a safe distance from others and using the hand sanitisers provided.

Spectators are allowed and encouraged to bring their own Food & Drink into the stadium, but no alcohol, cans or glass vessels.

As per the latest guidelines from our partners at Birmingham City Council, everyone in attendance is asked to stay within the stadium grounds during the breaks in play.

 

What areas of the stadium will be open to the public?

The outer concourse located around the perimeter of the stadium will be open from the Drayton Manor Family Stand round to the Eric Hollies Stand.

Please note, the Exhibition Hall and the inner concourse located in the South Stand will be closed. The Tom Dollery Lounge, David Heath Suite, Skyline Terraces and Store ’94 will also be closed for this game.

Some other areas of the stadium will also be closed to spectators, please follow all signage and any directions from stewards and staff.

What will happen if it rains?

Unfortunately, due to social distancing, spectators will be unable to shelter indoors or under cover in close proximity with other spectators if it rains.

Spectators are asked to remain in their seats and must maintain social distancing at all times.

We encourage spectators to bring a rain coat and/or umbrella.