Covid-19 track and trace: entry to our home matches:
Sunderland RCA FC follow the current guidelines published by the government and the FA in relation to ground access and control.
We are currently using the "NHS" and "Evepass" Apps on mobile phones. When entering Sunderland LGV Park, open the app on your phone, scan the relevant QR Code and follow any further instructions on your device, it’s simple as that. You will be automatically logged out when you leave. This is a contactless, GDPR compliant check-in which enables us to adhere to the current government guidelines regarding track and trace and to help everyone who visits, stay safe. Should you not have either App or indeed a mobile device you will be asked by a steward for your name, address and contact number failure to submit this information will mean that access will be denied.
Sunderland RCA play at Sunderland LGV Park, Ryhope in the Northern League Division 1.
Value for money and excitement with the Northern League Division 1 in Ryhope. The standard admission prices for highly competitive Northern League football are £6.00 Adults and £4.00 for Concessions. Non-standard prices may apply to particular games and will be announced in advance. Season tickets prices for the 2021-22 season are £75 for Adults and £50 for Concessions. Any supporter who purchased a season ticket for the 2020-21 season will be able to purchase this seasons at the reduced price of £40 for Adults and £25 for Concessions. Season tickets do not include any cup matches. Sunderland RCA is a family friendly club: new fans and spectators are always welcome and entry for accompanied children is free.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with match day preparations anyone who can give up a few hours during the week would be most welcome. There is always something that needs doing and a cup of tea from Defty's Diner awaits those who give up their time. Anyone interested contact Secretary Rob Jones.
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