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Same day as the FA Trophy round when the Conference sides join
 

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Guildford City v Walton & Hersham looks like a good pick

If we are allowed to travel anywhere on Sat the 19th .....
 

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Guildford City v Walton & Hersham looks like a good pick

If we are allowed to travel anywhere on Sat the 19th .....
Awful place to watch football tho.

Ive got my eye on a potential Dorking V Barnet game in the Trophy that day
 

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Dorking have to win on Tuesday first....

Can you stand at the ends at the Spectrum or is it just the stand at the side (with an athletics track in the way) ??
 
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Dorking have to win on Tuesday first....

Can you stand at the ends at the Spectrum or is it just the stand at the side (with an athletics track in the way) ??
There is an elevated standing area to the right, behind the goal, off the stand and a covered standing area on the far side.
 

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Guildford City v Walton & Hersham looks like a good pick

If we are allowed to travel anywhere on Sat the 19th .....
We've got tickets for this on Saturday. Been watching the Swans alot this year. Really good side who play great football on the artificial carpet at The Hub (although,least said about 0-4 at home to Dorking on Tues the better!)
Originally, in Tier 2, the crowd was limited to 300, latest is this has now been halved to 150 in Tier 3.
As Guildford have probably sold alot more than 150 in advance, not sure what they'll do??
 

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Bizarrely, living in a London borough and therefore Tier 3, i couldn’t go to the Guildford match if it had been played this evening, but in theory i could now go on Saturday because Guildford is moving into Tier 3 as well. Where’s the logic in that???
 

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Sutton Common Rovers were asking for proof of address last night
If you lived in Tier 2 you weren't allowed in.

Obviously this is what they "said" officially
 

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Expect an E Mail offering you a live stream rather than a refund.....
 

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Point 1
No away fans allowed any more
Tier 3 drops numbers in half and home only

Point 2
Is the pitch good enough to allow the game to be played ??


Well that looks pretty conclusive regarding home supporters only, but if i dont hear anything from Guildford then we're going as I've printed our tickets and we're travelling within Tier 3.
Not sure about the pitch? Im sure with all the rain we've had it's hardly going to be great, which wont help Walton.
If I'm offered a live stream I'll politely decline as I'll be watching The Bees instead!
 

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Well that looks pretty conclusive regarding home supporters only, but if i dont hear anything from Guildford then we're going as I've printed our tickets and we're travelling within Tier 3.
Not sure about the pitch? Im sure with all the rain we've had it's hardly going to be great, which wont help Walton.
If I'm offered a live stream I'll politely decline as I'll be watching The Bees instead!
This is getting worse and worse


Tier 3 Guidance agreed between the FA and DCMS on the 10th of December only allow for 150 capacity for home fans only.

Refunds will be made to everybody that has purchased match tickets online. This may take several days for refunds to be actioned. We are very sorry to Walton & Hersham and neutral fans who will now be unable to attend.

Tickets for home supporters will now be sold at the turnstile on match day. Those buying tickets MUST be either a season ticket holder or live in the borough of Guildford. Proof of address will be required on entry. 120 tickets will be available on a first come first served basis and the turnstile will open at 2pm.
 

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So if you are a regular Guildford City fan who lives in Westfield (say) you will be banned from going on Saturday .....
 

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