If you are attending Friday’s match between Scarlets Development and Ospreys A at Parc y Scarlets here’s everything you need to know.
Do I need a NHS COVID pass to gain entry?
In line with government regulations, with the terrace not in use, you DO NOT NEED a COVID pass to enter the stadium. We do advise supporters to take a lateral flow test before arriving.
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 concourses. 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. Adult tickets are £5 and £3 for juniors. U6s can enter for free
What parts of the stadium are open?
Only the South Stand will be open for the game. With tickets being sold on a first come first serve basis, that means Season Ticket Holders will not be allocated their normal seats.
Is the club shop open?
Yes, until 7pm.
Where can I park?
Public parking is in Car Park B on the Trostre Park side. Cost is £5 per car on the gate.
When do the turnstyles open?
The turnstyles are open to the public at 6pm.
Is there a shuttle bus service?
There is NO shuttle bus in operation for this game
Are kiosks open for food and drinks?
Yes. With only the South Stand open there will be a drinks and food kiosk on the level one concourse. Our click and collect service will be in operation for these kiosks.
https://goodeats.io/South1Kiosk – South Food Kiosk
https://goodeats.io/Scarlets-S2 – South Beer Kiosk
Is the Supporters Village and Guinness Bar open?
Both the training barn and Guinness Bar are closed this evening