TTFF issues guidelines for T&T vs Guatemala tonight

Friday, September 2, 2016 - 06:45

Patrons attending the World Cup Qualifier between Trinidad and Tobago and Guatemala on Friday are being asked to follow a list of guidelines issued by the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation.

Fans are advised that NO TICKETS will be on sale at the Hasely Crawford Stadium on Friday and they are requested to purchase tickets at the Lotto locations which will be available up until 7pm on Friday evening.

The TTFA has urged patrons to adhere to the following:

  • No coolers; 
  • No large knapsacks; 
  • No alcohol  to be brought into the Stadium by spectators; 
  • No firearms; 
  • No musical instruments unless previously authorised by the TTFA; 
  • All spectators will be scanned via walk through scanners on entry; 
  • All spectators are asked to have their ticket in their hand to show on entry into the Stadium just prior to being searched at that Check Point; 
  • As much as possible, other than motor vehicle  keys, spectators are asked to refrain from walking with any type of metal object, to prevent a secondary check; 
  • All ticket holders for uncovered stands are to enter through the St John’s Gate – (Gate 2); 
  • All ticket holders for the covered stands are to enter through the Lion’s Gate (Gate 3). 

Tickets, priced at $300 (covered section) and $150 (uncovered section) will be available exclusively through Sun Tixx on the VIA network and will remain on sale while stocks last and throughout the duration of the match which takes place at 7.06 PM on this Friday, September 2.