Premier League has came up with new COVID guidelines after the introduction of England government’s “Autumn and Winter Plan B”.
Under the new rules, fans must be prepared to show their NHS COVID pass or proof of a negative NHS COVID test on arrival at the stadium.
Fans are also asked not to attend the matches if they have any COVID symptoms.
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters in a statement said: “We are doing all we can to keep fans safe and grounds open at full capacity. The safety of everyone remains our priority and since the start of the season we have been working closely with our clubs, Government and local public health authorities to prepare fans and stadium operations for the introduction of COVID certification.”
“It is really important fans take the time to understand what is required of them when attending Premier League stadiums, which is why we are asking fans to declare their COVID status ahead of a matchday. We want everyone to enjoy matches in safe environments and we and our clubs will continue to urge fans to do all they can and follow public health guidance,” he added.