PNG to allow spectators back in

Starting this weekend football fans in PNG will be able to attend National Soccer League matches.

Papua New Guinea at the 2016 OFC Nations League Final in Port Moresby. (Photo credit: Shane Wenzlick / http://www.phototek.nz / OFC Media)

Only 2000 tickets will be sold and there will be strict entry by ticket only, the PNGFA informs in a press release.

The NSL has been played without spectators for two months.

“Tickets boot will be set up near the teams entry gate and the small gate next to the bus stop opposite TISA haus. There will be no food and drinks sold at the site, therefore spectators are encourage to bring their own water bottles and food”, said NSL acting manager Dimirit Mileng.

Tickets will cost K10 for grandstand and K5 for outerstand.

“Once the tickets are all sold out there will be no more entries. Strict crowd management plans will be enforced with one-way entry and exit”, Mileng said.

“Spectators will be required to wear masks and pratice social distancing while on stadium grounds. No congregating will be allowed in parking lots and inside the stadium grounds.”

The PNGFA informs that the Covid19 Surveillance and Monitoring team from the National Control Centre will be inspecting the matches to ensure people comply with the PNGFA Competition Day Protocols, PNG Sports Foundation COVID 19 Protocols and Niupela Pasin (The “New Normal”) measures.

Author: Ola Bjerkevoll

A passion for everything football and especially in Oceania. Owner of Football in Oceania.

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