Batley tickets on general sale – new guidelines

Tickets for Sunday’s Betfred Championship Round 15 clash against Batley Bulldogs are now on general sale.

The Vikings host Batley this Sunday (3pm kick-off) after a couple of weeks without games. Simon Finnigan has said he could have a fully-fit squad available for the match, barring long-term injuries.

Season Ticket holders are to use their card to gain entry into the stadium for Sunday’s game, and not an E-Ticket.

South Stand Season Ticket holders will be allowed back in the South Stand for the first time since the return of fans to the DCBL Stadium, with unallocated seating for the remainder of the year (this was communicated to supporters when Season Tickets were put on sale).

Gold and Silver seating will not be available to purchase, however if you had a Gold or Silver Season Ticket in 2020 and have renewed for 2021, you will be seated in that section with limited access to the Bridge Suite also available (entrance via the Main Reception as usual).

There will be no staggered entry or exit, so supporters are welcome to arrive when they wish prior to the match but are advised to arrive in good time to avoid queues.

Supporters are advised to wear face masks when travelling around areas of the stadium, however this is no longer compulsory. Please respect the wishes of other supporters if they wish to continue to practice social distancing, and take time to read through the Covid-19 Match Day Guidelines below before attending.

There will be no facility available to pay on the gate, and tickets must be bought online via the button below or from the Stadium Shop this Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday between 10am-4pm.

Ticket prices will remain the same as previous home games this season and are as follows:


  • Adult – £22
  • Concession – £17
  • Junior – £10

We have been working hard with Halton Borough Council in order to facilitate the re-opening of the South Stand, so please also take time to read through the following recommendations:

All supporters are reminded that only clear/see through type bags are permitted, handbags/rucksacks etc. are not currently allowed.

Face masks will continue to be worn by our matchday staff, supporters are requested to wear a face mask throughout all internal areas of the stadium.  We will not enforce supporters to wear masks but we encourage you to consider the safety of staff and other supporters.

Concourse bars will continue to offer a reduced service and will close at half time to avoid overcrowding in the internal areas of the Stadium. One-way systems will remain in place where possible.


Do not attend if you have symptoms or are in any doubt about your health.

Please vaccinate where possible to maximise protection to fellow supporters and members of staff.  Vaccination remains a key priority in the response to the pandemic.

Use the Government’s offer of free lateral flow tests; consider taking one before you travel.

If travelling via public transport, please adhere to the relevant guidance.

Respect the rules of the venue you are attending and check in advance to see what is required.

Wear face coverings in busy indoor areas. 

Ensure you are familiar with social distancing restrictions where these apply. 

Treat stewards with respect and adhere to their requests.