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Inverness Caledonian Thistle looking at how they can accommodate fans under Covid-19 restrictions next season


By Will Clark

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle are looking at how they can accommodate fans under Covid-19 restrictions next season.

Up to 2000 fans could be allowed into the Caledonian Stadium under Tier Zero.
Up to 2000 fans could be allowed into the Caledonian Stadium under Tier Zero.

Chief executive Scot Gardiner says they are looking at potential seating area designs to allow supporters back into the stadium under health guidelines after receiving an update from the joint response group.

Under Tier 1 guidelines clubs, would be allowed to accommodate up to 1000 seated fans at each game.

If the region moves to Tier 0 in the first instance up to 2000 seated fans would be allowed.

Gardiner says the club will look at the guidelines before announcing its proposals to offer season tickets for next season.

He said: "We have been running different models in relation to what impact the JRG update may have on Caledonian Stadium and these included the different distancing possibilities and the potential amber/red zones in the main stand.

"Now we have had the information in writing, these models can be clarified over the coming few days with a further announcement and sale date sometime next week.

"At that stage, we will also supply a frequently asked questions document alongside the announcement/sales date."


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