We look forwards to welcoming you all, a capacity crowd, to Beveree on Sunday, be you a supporter of either club or have allegiance to neither. However, we do have a few things that all supporters need to be aware of to make sure the day is an amazing spectacle and runs smoothly.
For everyone's safety please do not travel to the ground if you do not have a pre-purchased ticket - NONE will be on sale on the day.
We do have parking available for you if you travel to the game by car; we will accommodate as many cars on site as we can, and this will not be charged for. Be aware our space is limited, so please do consider public transport if you can. Regular 111 buses run from Kingston and pass by the ground, and the nearest stop to Beveree bears the club's name.
There are no planned engineering works on South Western Railway services to Hampton, but we are aware that there are closures between Essex and London.
When arriving at the stadium on Sunday, please can you have your ticket ready for scanning. We will be operating scanners at the turnstiles so please check which one to come through. Printed tickets can be admitted through any turnstiles; however those with tickets on their mobiles will need to ensure they come though the correct entrance, and this will be signposted.
Our bar facilities will be open from 12.30, and the stadium will be open to the public from 13.00.
Once in the ground, we will have Hammonds bar open and also the Beavers fan zone, which is located opposite the turnstiles, which will contain a bar and food service area. Alcohol purchased on site may only be consumed in designated areas, it will not be permitted in the stadium itself.
Please note, alcohol may not be brought into the ground.
There are several no-standing areas within the stadium, which will be enforced for this game, so please do not stand in these areas. If you are not sure if you are in one, please ask one of our staff.
We hope that everyone has a great day tomorrow and that, on the day, the best team wins!
Updated 10:02 - 16 May 2018 by Rob Overfield