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Flyers to operate phased return to full capacity

Bristol Flyers will be operating an initial phased return to full capacity, with some restrictions in place at the start of the season.

Measures have been taken in the interest of fan and player safety, as the club looks forward to welcoming back crowds to the SGS College Arena. The changes are not intended to be permanent and will be reviewed on a game-by-game basis, mapping out a return to normality.

Venue capacity for the opening games of the 2021/22 campaign will be temporarily reduced and the unreserved seating area will be split into signposted sections to enable effective social distancing.


2021/22 SEATING PLAN

The gameday layout will temporarily change ahead of the new season, with the team benches and the courtside seating area flipped to opposite sides to ensure separation between player and spectator areas. 

All on-court fan activities will temporarily cease and group bookings will be ticket-only (without the additional experiences). Player post-game meet-and-greets be temporarily suspended and we will not be offering birthday party and mascot packages.

We will not require fans to show proof of vaccination or negative test evidence, but expect supporters to continue wearing a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you come into contact with people you don’t usually meet.

The club will be creating a supporter code of conduct that will be displayed on the Bristol Flyers website and will be shared with ticket purchasers and season card holders containing all relevant information. 

Supporters are reminded the only way to guarantee their seat for every game of the 2021/22 campaign is by purchasing a Season Card.

If you have any questions, please email: hello@bristolflyers.co.uk

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