LEEK Town have been given extra-time to re-group after their disappointing exit from the Emirates FA Cup against Mickleover Sports earlier in the week.
The Blues have no fixture today (Sept 26) but return to action in the Northern Premier League South East Division at Kidsgrove Athletic on Tuesday night (Sept 29), kick off 7.45pm.
The game at the Autonet Insurance Stadium is likely to be a sell-out with entry via pre-paid ticket only. Kidsgrove have announced the arrangements for the game
Leek Town are selling a limited amount of tickets through their Kaizen online ticketing system: adults £8, concessions £5, under 16s £1.
Tickets need to be printed off and presented on entry, this will then be matched against a system generated door list by the hosts gatemen.
Fans should be aware that all NPL clubs are now required by law to use the new NHS Covid-19 app.
New NHS QR posters - specific to each club - will be displayed to offer a quick, simple and secure way for supporters and visitors to register that they’ve been to the ground.
This will help NHS Test and Trace to identify and notify people who may have been exposed to the virus.
Players, spectators, coaches, match officials, staff/volunteers and all other visitors to their ground aged 16 and above must provide their details.
The app is available on Android and iOS - details here: https://covid19.nhs.uk/help-downloading.html
Clubs must also retain a backup manual paper system, for those who do not have an appropriate smartphone to scan the code.
The NHS COVID-19 app has a feature that allows users to quickly and easily ‘check in’ to a venue by scanning the code.
The information stays on the user’s phone. In England, and clubs do not have to ask people who choose to ‘check in’ using the official NHS QR code to provide their contact details.
If there is an outbreak associated with a venue, a message will be sent to the relevant app users with the necessary public health advice.
This will help to avoid the reintroduction of further lockdown measures.
In addition to maintaining and sharing records where requested and displaying an official NHS QR poster, clubs must also continue to follow other Government guidance to minimise the transmission of COVID-19. This includes maintaining a safe working environment and following social distancing guidelines.
Clubs have all been issued with an updated FAQ and COVID-19 guidance from the FA via the league.