Getting to the Continental Pilot Field
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The stadium is accessible by:
We want your experience at the Continental Pilot Field to be as simple and enjoyable as possible. All visiting supporters enter the Stadium at the front gate with home supporters. Stewards and support staff will be on hand to assist you with any queries.
Admission charges to away supporters are the same as home supporters. In particular our concessionary rates offered to senior citizens, students and junior supporters apply to supporters of a visiting club. However, these reduced prices are only available on production of proof of eligibility.
What can I bring?
Bags may be subjected to search on entry.
We welcome dogs to the Continental Pilot Field, however, they must be kept on a lead at all times and under full control. If you are not adhering to this policy you may be asked to leave and your ticket will not be refunded.
Flags and Banners
Flags under 2m x 1m with a small pole (less than 7mm diameter and less than 1m long) will be allowed in all areas of the stadium.
Flags over 2m x 1m are permitted in the visitor’s section and must be checked prior to entry, providing they have accompanying fire safety.Flags must not contain anything considered to be offensive, discriminatory, defamatory or inflammatory, including politically motivated or nationalistic messaging.
The following items are not permitted into the Continental Pilot Field:
- Large umbrellas
- Glass bottles and drinking glasses
- Video recording equipment and large bodies cameras
- Knives, weapons and laser devices
Smoke cannisters, fireworks, flares and air horns
Tackling Anti-social and Criminal Behaviour
We want to make you aware of new measures being taken across all of football to ensure everyone can have a safe and enjoyable experience. We are supporting strong action from the FA to tackle anti-social and criminal behaviours that put all of us at risk.
Please remember the following activities are illegal, dangerous, carry serious consequences and have no place in our game:
- Carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros
- Invading the pitch or entering the pitch without permission
- Throwing objects onto the pitch
- Drug use within the football ground
- Discriminatory behaviour
For everyone’s safety, we will report anyone carrying out these offences to the police, which can result in a criminal record. This could affect your employment and education, and in some cases, result in a prison sentence.
Anyone who enters the pitch without permission and those carrying or using smoke bombs or pyros will now receive an automatic club ban. These measures could also now apply to the parents or guardians of children involved in these activities.
These measures reflect the seriousness of the risks to fans and staff – pyros can burn at 2000 degrees Celsius and can cause life-changing injuries and potentially fatal asthma attacks. Entering the pitch endangers everyone because it’s impossible to tell the difference between a celebrating fan and a violent attacker. That is why the pitch must remain a safe space for players, and the stands for supporters.
The football authorities are working with clubs and the Football Supporters’ Association to make sure everyone feels safe on matchdays, by cracking down on dangerous behaviour that can put fans, players, staff, and match officials at risk.We know those who commit these illegal acts do not represent the majority.
Isthmian League Respect Statement
“The Isthmian Football League strongly supports the FA statement that there should be a zero tolerance approach against racism and all forms of discrimination. Accordingly any form of discriminatory abuse whether it by reason of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion and belief, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, sex and sexual orientation or any other form of abuse will be reported to The Football Association for action by that Association.”
( The FA: 0800 085 0508 / Kick It Out: 020 7253 0162 )“The Isthmian League and all Member Clubs in the League are committed to promoting equality by treating people fairly and with respect, by recognising that inequalities may exist, by taking steps to address them and providing access and opportunities for all members of the community.”