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Club to trial NHS COVID Pass at Arsenal double header

Tue 27 July 2021, 14:30|Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur will be trialling the use of the NHS COVID Pass to verify the vaccination or Covid status of supporters attending our Men’s and Women’s matches against Arsenal on Sunday 8 August.

This follows recent government announcements and the necessity for the Club to begin preparations for the potential of full vaccination against Covid-19 being a condition of entry to large events from 1 October.

Club to trial NHS COVID Pass at Arsenal double header

• All attending adult supporters on Sunday 8 August will be asked to present an NHS COVID Pass, via the NHS app, to enter the stadium
• Pass will confirm whether supporters are either fully vaccinated or have received a negative test result within 48 hours of kick-off
• Trial follows recent government announcements and the necessity for the Club to begin preparations for the potential of full vaccination against Covid-19 being a condition of entry to large events from 1st October
• It also further ensures the safety and comfort of our supporters, players and staff as we begin hosting capacity crowds for the first time since March, 2020
• U18s are exempt and will only require a valid match ticket for entry

All adult supporters attending the Arsenal double-header will be required to present their NHS COVID Pass, generated by the NHS App, on their mobile device as they enter the stadium to confirm they are either fully vaccinated or have received a negative COVID-19 test result within 48 hours of kick-off.

Please note, if you have not yet received both required COVID-19 jabs, you will be required to take either a PCR or rapid lateral flow test.

Passes will be checked by a steward between the initial ticket check at the bottom of the stairs leading to our podiums and ahead of arrival at our turnstiles. Full details on presenting the NHS COVID Pass and a step-by-step guide to entering the stadium will be provided ahead of the event.

The trial will only add one step to the existing stadium entry process that supporters are familiar with and will allow us to control the flow of supporters into the stadium as the additional check is made.

Supporters will be asked to download, screengrab or print a copy of their NHS COVID Pass QR Code to ensure they are able to present it quickly.

It also further ensures the safety and comfort of our supporters, players and staff as we begin hosting capacity crowds for the first time since March, 2020.

You can find more information on the NHS COVID Pass here...

You can find some FAQs on stadium entry and the NHS COVID Pass here...

NHS App

Supporters will need to have this app on their smartphones in order to attend the match and display their NHS COVID Pass. The NHS App, which is separate from the NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app, is available on Apple and Android devices and can be downloaded using the links below...

Supporters planning to attend the Arsenal matches are requested to download and register the NHS App now to ensure they are fully prepared ahead of the event. Support on registering the NHS App can be found here...

Please note, to register with the NHS App, supporters may need the postcode of the GP surgery at which they are registered or their NHS Number, which is a 10-digit number and unique to them. An NHS Number can be found on any letter or document received from the NHS, including prescriptions, test results and hospital referral or appointment letters. An NHS Number can also be found online via the NHS.UK website.

Accessibility

Supporters using Accessible Entrances to the stadium will have their NHS COVID Pass scanned at their entrance.

Premium

Premium members and their guests will be required to present their NHS Covid Pass upon arrival at their entrance.

International supporters

We shall confirm arrangements for international supporters closer to the match.

Supporters under 18

Supporters under 18 will not be required to display an NHS COVID Pass. A valid ticket will be sufficient for entry.

Parking

Supporters parking within the stadium for the match will have their NHS COVID Pass scanned as they enter the car park.

Face masks and coverings

While it is no longer mandatory, we would advise fans to wear a face mask or covering on entry to and exit from the stadium, when queueing and on concourses, except when you are eating or drinking. Our staff will also be wearing face coverings at all times for your safety.

Digital ticket and supporters without smartphones

Entry for this match will be via a digital ticket, which will be sent to the email address of the lead booker to distribute to their attending guests. Each ticket must be downloaded onto each attendee’s mobile device, as multiple tickets on a single mobile device are prohibited.

Supporters who do not have a smartphone and cannot download the NHS App or their digital match ticket should contact us here...

Supporters under the age of 18 who do not own a device that is compatible with digital ticketing will be able to obtain a Photo ID Stadium Access card which can be used to enter the stadium on match days. Further details will be issued to supporters shortly.

Further details regarding Digital Season Tickets and One Hotspur Member Passes will be shared with supporters shortly.

Matchday staff

All matchday staff will also be required to present their NHS COVID Pass before being permitted to begin work.

Return to stadium - entry status survey

We shall shortly be inviting Season Ticket Holders and One Hotspur Members to complete a survey regarding the NHS COVID Pass.