Yorkshire Vikings take on Sussex Sharks in the quarter final of the Vitality Blast at Emirates Durham on Tuesday 24 August (6:30pm start). If you’re attending the fixture, check out the below pre-match information.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased from gate 2 on the night.

Keeping you safe and comfortable during the game

There will be a number of measures in place to ensure everyone’s safety and comfort when attending the game.

Durham CCC have set out a Spectator Code of Conduct which will be continually updated and everyone should read this before they attend any games at Emirates Riverside. You can read the current Code of Conduct here.

Gates will open at 4.30pm and the game will start at 6:30pm. Upon arrival tickets will be scanned at the gate. If you have purchased tickets for the day all ticket holders will be asked to scan the QR codes at the gate. This will ensure we have the ability to track and trace everyone who attends on the day.

In order to safely manage the exit at the end of the game we would ask everyone to remain in their seats and we will conduct a staggered exit. This will be swift so please be patient and help keep everyone safe.

Please read all further instructions below ahead of attending the game:

Safety and Security Instructions

Do not attend the match if you are experiencing any of the COVID-19 related symptoms.

Do not attend the match if you are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test.

You may want to consider taking a lateral flow test before you attend the game.

Car Parking

Parking is available in the car parks opposite the ground and within Chester Park once the car parks become full. Stewards will be in place to guide you to spaces upon arrival. Car parking is charged at £2 per vehicle payable to the steward on arrival.

It is likely a higher proportion of spectators may choose to drive to the ground in private vehicles, which will have an impact upon parking so please be patient and allow time on arrival and to exit safely.

Entering the ground

The ground will open at 4.30pm.

Entry will be via Gates 2 and 5, with Gate 1 open for anyone with hospitality tickets.

Disabled spectators can access entry from Gate 1.

Ticket Collection is at Gate 2 from 4.30pm

Tickets will be available to purchase from gate 2.

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