5000 fans sign up to group ballot scheme

Be in that number when fans are allowed to attend games at the Amex.

By Bruce Talbot • 02 October 2020

By Paul Hazlewood
Albion season tickets.

More than 5000 Albion fans have already signed up to the group ballot scheme which will be in operation when supporters can attend matches again.

Any Premier League fixtures at the American Express Community Stadium which are operated at a reduced capacity will be allocated through a random ballot system to season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members.

In preparation for this we have opened a grouping ballot scheme, so you may join together in groups of up to five supporters. This ballot will inform the club who you wish to attend matches with, and supporters may select up to five other supporters in their group.

You may only be part of one group and those who do not enter the grouping ballot will be assumed to want to attend alone. The grouping ballot means that all or none of the group will be drawn out of the ballot for match tickets. Being in a group will not increase or decrease your likelihood of success.

By entering the grouping ballot together you are indicating you wish to attend matches together, however this does not mean that you have to be sat together. For example, a 1901 Club member may join the ballot with a general admission season-ticket holder. We hope the grouping ballot will allow supporters to share transport together as there may be increased demand for facilities such as parking.

To enter your group into the ballot please click here.

If you wish to attend as a group, we strongly encourage season-ticket holders and 1901 Club members to register as a group for the ballot. More information will be released at a later date.


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