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19 January 2022

Bradford City AFC can confirm COVID certification is no longer required for admission at the Utilita Energy Stadium, following the Government’s easing of ‘Plan B’ restrictions. 

It was today announced that, from NEXT THURSDAY (January 27), all measures introduced on Wednesday 8 December 2021 will be lifted - including COVID passports, work-from-home guidance and mandatory wearing of face coverings. 

As a result, from City’s visit of Crawley Town on Saturday January 29 onwards, supporters will once again be admitted into Valley Parade without the need for COVID certification. 

Face coverings will also no longer be mandatory in internal areas such as concourses, though supporters are still advised to wear one when inside the stadium, unless medically exempt. 

This comes after Saturday’s victory over Salford City saw supporters needing to prove either double vaccination, a negative lateral flow test or exemption in order to gain entry. 

‘Plan B’ protocols meant that each sporting venue which welcomed an attendance of over 10,000, which included the Utilita Energy Stadium, made COVID certification mandatory for entry. 

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