Information for supporters ahead of Sunday's match against Millwall
With Sunday’s match against Millwall expected to be a sell-out, Gillingham Football Club would like to remind supporters that the club are relying on everybody adhering to our code of conduct ahead of the fixture.
We would like to remind all fans who have purchased tickets for the League One game (May 8th, 12.30pm kick-off) that they are responsible for both their behaviour and that of those they bring to the game.
All tickets purchased are non-transferable, and the club reserves the right to refuse admission to, or eject from, the ground any person found in possession of a ticket acquired in such fashion.
Furthermore, any individual who has entered any part of the ground designated for a group of supporters to which he or she does not belong will also face ejection.
The transfer of tickets, refused entry to or ejection from the ground is likely lead to further action by the club as all ticket sales are traceable on our customer database to those who purchased them.
With all League One games kicking off at 12.30pm, we advise all supporters to arrive at the ground early and be in their seats by 12.15pm to avoid missing the start of the game.
Finally, supporters are urged not to enter the field of play at any time during Sunday’s game and after the final whistle. As at the end of previous seasons, the squad and management staff will undertake a lap of honour shortly after the match has finished should the pitch be clear to enable them to do so.