Lower tier seats recommended at Priestfield for elderly, ambulant disabled and families
The Blue Army will be travelling in numbers again for Saturday’s trip to Gillingham but fans are reminded that it will be unreserved seating at Priestfield.
The Club have sold out of tickets for the game with Club secretary Stuart Hayton telling the Club website: “We will have a large following at the game.
“As it’s unreserved seating at Gillingham, we would recommend that the lower tier seating closer to the pitch is taken up by the elderly, ambulant disabled fans and by those with families.
“They are the most likely to need to be seated for longer periods while other supporters are requested to use the upper tiers.
“Hopefully that way will work best for all our fans at Gillingham because we want everyone to enjoy the game safely.”