8 days ago
Norwich City would once again like to make fans aware of the following COVID-19 certification requirements ahead of this weekend’s game against Wolves.
At present there are no government mandated COVID-19 certification requirements in place for entry to fixtures at Carrow Road.
However, the club understands if the infection and transmission rates continue to rise at present levels, then COVID-19 certification via the NHS app will become mandatory and a condition of entry to large scale events - this includes entry to Carrow Road on matchdays.
The club continues to work closely with local authorities, safety advisors and the Premier League to make entry to games at Carrow Road as easy as possible for all supporters.
Ahead of the club’s upcoming home fixture against Wolves and for all remaining fixtures at Carrow Road (until further notice), voluntary entry requirements will be in place and supporters may be asked to satisfy at least one of the following criteria that may be checked prior to entry into the stadium:
Please be aware that the entry requirements are currently NOT a condition of entry, however the club strongly advises supporters to download the NHS COVID-19 app and their NHS COVID-19 pass in readiness for any uplift of the entry requirements.
Those supporters making use of the NHS COVID-19 Pass should ensure that their NHS app and pass are both fully updated and in date.
To make the process as seamless as possible please attend matches fully prepared, follow instructions and arrive early to allow enough time for the entry checks.
The club also encourages fans wear face coverings as they make their way through indoor areas of the stadium, although this is not mandatory.
The club would also request that all supporters remain patient and are respectful to club staff and COVID marshals upon entry to Carrow Road.
As soon as the club receives further details from the government and the Premier League in relation to mandatory COVID-19 certification it will update its supporters accordingly.