The club announced this morning that the second leg of the Vanarama National League South play-off semi-final versus Whitehawk will be segregated following discussions with the safety team.
The match kicks off on Sunday, May 8th, at the later time of 4pm on police advice due to Gillingham having a game with Millwall on the same day.
Fleet vice chairman Peter Varney told FleetOnline, “The main stand, the Plough End and the Liam Daish Stand are reserved for home fans only and the Swanscombe End for away fans only. I want to make it clear that any home fan found in an away area or vice versa will be ejected by the police and stewards.
“The Plough End Social Club will be open to home fans only. I would take this opportunity to call on all our supporters to create a cauldron of noise on Sunday inside Stonebridge Road to be our 12th man and propel us into the promotion final on Saturday week.”
Whitehawk fans will have refreshments and a mobile bar in their area which is entered 150 yards to the left of the home turnstiles, through the car park. There is no space in the Fleet car park on matchdays and supporters are advised to use the secure facility at Ebbsfleet International Station, where the cost is £3. Ample car-parking space is provided there and it is only a short walk to the stadium.
Please note this is an ‘all-pay’ fixture and as such, season tickets and any mini- or five-game tickets are not valid for admission.