European football is back at the Brandywell tonight as City host DInamo Minsk at 6pm in the Europa League First Qualifying Round.
We want all supporters to enjoy the game and the night, so we have put together a guide to ensure that you get the most from your visit.
If you haven’t read it before, we would recommend that you read our Match Night Guide to attending the Brandywell.
However there are a few other things to remember
Kick off Time
Please note kick off is at the earlier time of 6pm!
12th of July Parades
The main parade is based in the City this year and this is likely to cause significant disruption to those travelling to the game from the Waterside and other areas such as Belfast.
Full details of the road closures and the times are available here .
We would encourage all supporters travelling to the game from these areas to leave extra time to travel to the game in order to make kick off.
As a result of UEFA regulations, there is no free entry for U-12s tomorrow night and all those attending the game must be in possession of a ticket.
Tickets are available from outlets and available online – full details here. Please note that U-16 tickets are avaiable from Brandywell and proof of eligibility may be requested.
Tickets will be on sale from Brandywell office 10-2 and then from the mobile outlet at the Long Tower Youth Club prior to the fixture.
Please note that anyone in possession of online tickets, please ensure that the QR code can be scanned. If this is not possible, please ensure that your ticket is printed out for scanning.
There is no standing on either side of the Mark Farren Stand for tonight’s fixture.
Limited Parking will be available in the Brandywell Showgrounds and any supporters are urged to leave these spaces for those of limited mobility. Alternative parking is available in the local areas, including the parking at the Foyle Valley Railway Car Park.
City fans are reminded that Brandywell Stadium is located in a residential area and fans are reminded to consider local residents when entering and leaving the area.
Season ticket holders are eligible to claim their seat up to 30 minutes before kick off. Prior to 30 minutes before kick off, access to your seat is not guaranteed. Please work with stewards and fellow fans on this matter. There may be new supporters or those returning after an absence to the Brandywell tomorrow night who may be unaware.
In order to speed access, those with tickets for the Southend Park Stand are encouraged to enter from the Brandywell Road or Ann St side of the ground and those holding tickets for the Mark Farren Stand are encouraged to enter via the Lone Moor Road or Brandywell Road side of the ground.
Fans are reminded that there is no standing at either side of the Mark Farren stand.
The bar will be open to those holding season tickets with bar access only and those guests and sponsors holding passes for the venue. There will be limited access to the bar and access cannot be guaranteed due to capacity considerations.
Before and During the Match
If you have any queries before, after or during the game please do not hesitate to contact the nearest steward. The stewarding team are there to help.
Again, if you have any further questions we encourage you to review the Match Night Guide.
Most of all, we urge those in attendance to enjoy the night and we are looking forward to the problem of another famous European night in the Brandywell!