Crowd limit maintained at 400 for local derby match in all ticket game.


Pitching In Northern Premier League Marine announces arrangements for the league game against Prescot Cables to be played on Friday 1st January at The Marine Travel Arena with a 3pm kick off.

On Boxing Day Marine won 2-1 in a close encounter at City of Liverpool with Neil Kengni scoring the winner late into the game and in the last game before Christmas Marine won 4-0 at Kendal Town.

In agreement with the local authorities Marine is allowing a maximum of 400 spectators into the stadium for the Prescot Cables game. As a consequence of the strictly limited number of fans allowed, the need for track and trace information and to assist in meeting lockdown rules the game will be all ticket with tickets purchased only via Kaizen Ticketing Solutions.

Both Prescot and Marine are currently in Tier 2 of the government’s Covid-19 restrictions and therefore 60 tickets of the 400 capacity for this game have been allocated to away fans. Any Cables fans attempting to enter the Marine Travel Arena using home tickets allocations will be refused entry to the ground and no refund will be offered.

Spectators purchasing tickets must be resident within the Liverpool City Region postcode areas.

Adult tickets cost £10.75 including transaction and booking fees of 75p. Concessionary tickets for retired citizens and school children cost £6.50 including fees of 50p.

Tickets for the Prescot Cables game go on sale from 7pm on Monday 28 December and can only be purchased using the link:

Fans entering the stadium must have their e-ticket or printed ticket which will be scanned on entry at gates 1 or 2 on College Road. Turnstiles will be open from 2pm. In addition supporters are encouraged to scan the QR code within the stadium, using the NHS Covid 19 app from their smartphone.

Marine full members and junior season ticket holders should enter the stadium by presenting their pass at Gate 3 and must also provide their contact details prior to entering the ground for test and trace purposes.

Spectators must comply with Government guidelines in relation to covid compliance and follow instructions given by the safety stewards in addition to adhering to the distancing and one way signage on the terraces and in and around the stand.

Marine Chairman Paul Leary said:

“After a long absence without league games due to our fantastic progress in the Emirates FA Cup it is a relief that we have had two league games recently with the visit to Kendal Town just before Christmas followed by the short trip yesterday to City of Liverpool FC. The game on new years’ day against Prescot Cables will be our 3rd league game in just 14 days as we attempt to catch up on the number of games played compared with other clubs.”

Paul Leary added:

“It is vitally important that all visitors to the stadium adhere to the covid regulations that are in place in the interests of the safety of everyone attending this game. The overriding priority is the compliance by all attendees of the arrangements made in and around the stadium. Importantly, I continue to appeal for the co-operation of all fans to follow the instructions and requests made by safety stewards and Club officials before, during and after the game.”

 “I look forward to meeting the players, officials and fans of Prescot Cables in what will be another tense derby game for both sets of players.”

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