We are delighted to say that The Camping World Community Stadium clubhouse will finally be re-opening its doors next weekend.

Supporters will be able to watch live football next Saturday, with the FA Cup final between Arsenal and Chelsea being shown on all our big screens.

It will be the first time the public will set foot inside the ground since our 2-0 league defeat to Bognor Regis Town on March 10th.

Doors will open at 4.30pm, for a 5.30pm kick-off, with canned and bottled alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on offer at the bar. Spirits and mixers will be available however draught beers and cider will not. Doors will close at 8.30pm.

However, to ensure everyone is kept at least two metres apart inside, we are running at a limited capacity, and will only be allowing entry to those who have pre-booked a table via our club shop’s online ticketing system.

12 four-seater tables are available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis at a fixed price of just £10. However, that £10 payment will be deducted from your final table bill if you spend more than £10 behind the bar

Each table may contain people from no more than two households, in accordance with current government guidelines, and drinks can only be ordered and paid for at the table. Payments will be card only.

There will also be some food available with chips and cheesy chips for sale on the day.

Over the last four months, we’ve made every effort to bring the clubhouse up to strict hygiene standards, making sure we’re COVID secure for all guests.

All guests will be temperature-checked on arrival, and anyone showing a temperature in the orange or red range will be refused admittance (any appropriate refund can be arranged subsequently).

You will also be asked to wear a face mask until seated at your table. Cones will be used on the path leading up to the reception doors to ensure people queue at least 2m apart. Absolutely no singing or shouting will be allowed at any time.

Hand sanitiser dispensers will be readily available around the clubhouse, while the VisitSafe app will be used to record guest details on arrival.

This is for the government’s track & trace process. Data will be held for three weeks and then destroyed. Any guest refusing to comply with any of the Club’s rules or instructions from staff or volunteers will be asked to leave.

Please note that this is a test event, and the ground will not revert back to its usual opening times until further notice. We will have further social events to come, as we slowly try and navigate this new world we find ourselves in.

We know it might not quite be the same, but we’re looking forward to welcoming you back to The Camping World Community Stadium nonetheless.

Don’t miss out, click here to book your table now!

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