Everything you need to know if you are coming to watch Scarlets v Bristol Bears

Rob LloydNews

If you are attending Saturday’s Heineken Champions Cup clash with Bristol Bears at Parc y Scarlets here’s everything you need to know.

Do I need a NHS COVID pass to gain entry?

In line with Welsh Government legislation,  you DO NEED a COVID pass. You can download the COVID pass by clicking on the link below. It is not a requirement to have had the booster jab.


The alternative is proof of a recent negative lateral flow test.

Passes will be checked as supporters enter the main gates of the stadium. Please give yourselves plenty of time before kick-off to ensure the steady flow of spectators and also have your pass ready as you enter the main stadium bowl.

Will there be social distancing measures in place on matchdays? 

We advise all fans to adhere to Public Health guidelines for Covid-19 so we can all enjoy the match in a safe environment. There will be no social distancing measures in place with the South, North & West Stands open as well as the North Terrace.

If I am feeling unwell, can I come to the game? 

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, including a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a loss of taste or smell you should not attend the fixture. 

If I have tested positive for COVID-19, what should I do? 

If you have returned a positive COVID-19 test within 10 days of the date of a fixture, you must not attend. 

Do I need to wear a mask?

We advise supporters to wear masks in the indoor concourse. Fans are strongly encouraged to bring a face covering to wear when in the stadium, in line with guidance on gatherings in enclosed places. 

Can I buy tickets on the day?

Yes you can. The ticket office is open from 9am until half-time.

Is the club shop open?

Yes, the shop is open from 1pm until kick-off and then for an hour after the final whistle.

Where can I park?

Public parking is in Car Park B on the Parc Trostre side. Cost is £5 per car on the gate.

When do the stadium gates open?

Hospitality can gain entry at 3.30pm, the turnstiles are also open to the public at 3.30pm.

Is there a shuttle bus service?

Yes, there is as shuttle bus in operation for this game

Here are the details

Are kiosks open for food and drinks?

Yes. There will also be a click and collect order service from the stands through our new app via these links

South Stand 

https://goodeats.io/South1Kiosk – Cwm Farm South Food Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/Scarlets-S2 – South Beer Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/Scarlets-S3 – South Beer Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/Scarlets-S4 – Crazie South Food Kiosk

North Stand & Terrace

https://goodeats.io/North1Kiosk – North Beer Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/North2Kiosk – North Food Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/North5Kiosk  North Beer Kiosks

West Stand

https://goodeats.io/Scarletswestbeer – West Beer Kiosk

https://goodeats.io/WestFood – Crazie West Food Kiosk

Is the Supporters Village open?

Due to Welsh Government restrictions regarding hospitality, unfortunately our Supporters Village won’t be able to open.

What about the Guinness Bar?

The Guinness Bar (in the East Stand) will be open pre-match at 3.30pm with outdoor seating only.

The Lolfa Stradey Lounge will be closed to the public.