After the Government introduced its "Autumn and Winter Plan B" from 15 December, fans going to a Premier League match need to follow new protocols if they wish to get access inside the stadium.
There are a few simple ways for fans to protect themselves and other people.
Plan B measures mean there are a few more things we all have to do to keep each other safe at #PL matches— Premier League (@premierleague) December 27, 2021
🧑💻 Pre-register your COVID status on your club's website
📱 Download your NHS COVID pass
😷 Take a mask with you
🏠 Don't attend if you're showing any COVID symptoms pic.twitter.com/idjvfbll9N
Firstly, all fans aged 18 or over must pre-register their COVID status with their club.
You must have a NHS COVID pass ready to show at stadium checks. Don't have a COVID pass? Check the instructions below.
When planning your journey to the match, we recommend to leave earlier than normal to allow extra time to go through the checks outside the stadium before you can gain entrance in time for kick-off.
Before leaving, you should take a lateral flow test to make sure it's negative. If you are showing any COVID symptoms, please stay at home.
And don’t forget your face covering - you should wear a mask with you to wear indoors, on public transport and other busy areas.