FANS GUIDE – 13TH JANUARY 2019 VS LIVERPOOL WOMEN
If you’re coming to The Clayson Stadium in Dorchester on Sunday 13th January, here is everything you need to know.
Parking is available onsite and will cost £2 per car. A parking attendant will direct you upon arrival. If you are on our VIP list you will be directed appropriately, once you give your name to the parking attendant.
The postcode for the stadium is DT1 2RY. Disabled parking is also available - to reserve a space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
TURNSTILES & TICKETS
To avoid queues, and to save money, we advise fans to get their tickets online by clicking here and booking in advance. Once you have booked tickets online, just bring along your email confirmation – either on your phone or feel free to print it off.
Fans who have pre-booked their tickets can enter through the turnstiles.
When booking tickets in advance, ticket prices are £5.00 adults / £2.50 children / £2.50 concessions / £12.00 family.
Fans purchasing tickets on the day, must do so in cash and head towards the main turnstile. Turnstiles are open from 1.30pm and we would advise to arrive early to avoid match day queues.
The cost of tickets on the day are £7.00 adults / £3.00 children / £3.00 concessions / £16.00 family. Cash only is accepted on the day.
There will be one turnstile open, for on the day tickets, for pre-booked tickets and season ticket holders. The turnstile is situated to the right of the main VIP entrance to the stadium.
Bags will be searched by stewards at the turnstiles; please do not bring excess baggage for queuing purposes or cans and bottles to the stadium as they will be disposed of.
Both Yeovil Town Ladies FC season ticket holders and Dorchester Town FC season ticket holders can present their season tickets at the turnstiles and gain entrance.
Our VIPs and sponsors are to enter through the main entrance doors, located under the DTFC sign at the front of the ground by the main road. They will also park near the main entrance, so if you aren’t a VIP please do not park out in that area.
MATCH DAY PROGRAMME
A 32-page programme is available at a cost of just £3.00. This is available to purchase from the programme sellers, who will make themselves known upon entering the ground.
Our match sponsor for this game is Brook Financial. We are delighted that they have chosen to sponsor the match and you can see more of what they offer by clicking here.
Our ball sponsor for this game is Kemp-Hall. We are grateful and happy that they will be the ball sponsor and you can find out more here.
SHIRT OFF HER BACK COMPETITION
Following on from the Brighton game, we will be resuming our popular “shirt off her back” competition. To enter, purchase a raffle ticket for £2.00 (£5.00 for 3 tickets) from the shirt-off-her-back ticket seller and you could win Olivia Fergusson’s match-worn shirt from the Liverpool match. Great value!
REFRESHMENTS & BAR
Food and drinks are available to fans in the snack bar to the right of the cash turnstile, and in the bar area before kick-off. Please note no alcohol can be consumed outside of the bar area, in view of the pitch.
The players will be out warming up from 2:15pm and will enter the pitch at 2:55pm ready for the 3pm kick-off.
Fans are NOT permitted to enter the pitch at any time and this includes after the full-time whistle. Should fans want to take pictures, get autographs etc, then players will be happy to do this, but please wait by the covered terraces, in order to leave the emergency exit by the stand uncongested.
QUESTIONS ON THE DAY
Please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff at YTLFC if you have any concerns, comments, questions. We want your matchday experience with us to be the best it can possibly be. If you have any questions which have not been answered above, please email email@example.com and we will answer them as soon as we can.
CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE GAME?
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Yeovil Town Ladies are going into the game having lost 4-1 against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Continental Cup, while Liverpool come into this fixture off the back of a 2-0 loss against Brighton & Hove Albion in the Women’s Super League.