Every effort is being made to ensure that all visitors to Bridge Road are able to enjoy using the facilities as safely as possible.

In partnership with Cambridge City and following guidance from the Isthmian League, the FA and government we have published our Risk Assessment and this can be accessed below.

Arrangements for how the stadium will operate are also laid out below and the first change that supporters will notice is that access into the stadium for ALL visitors will be via the turnstiles to the right of the Steve Fallon Stand as you approach the stadium and NOT through the turnstiles next to the club office as previously.

The Steve Fallon Stand will not be open for spectator seating and access in front of the Stand will be restricted. The bar will be open and can be accessed via the stairs just inside and to the left of the turnstiles as you come in. Face coverings must be worn when inside the bar and there are no tables or chairs. There is a one way system in place and supporters should exit the bar with their drinks immediately upon completing their purchase. It is not currently possible to watch the game from inside the bar area. Exit from the bar will be via one door at the top of the Stand and down to ground level via via the steps.

The Burger Bar will also be open and there are floor markings to indicate where to queue and to assist supporters in maintaining social distancing whilst queueing. Please also respect the floor markings in front of the serving counter and help our volunteer staff to stay safe whilst serving you.

The Cambs FA Stand will be open but supporters are asked to note the one way systems in place and to be particularly vigilant in maintaining social distancing in areas that are likely to be busier than others, particularly when queueing for the Burger Bar in front of the stand.

The Risk Assessment can be downloaded below and various stadium plans can be viewed on this page.

Please note that the Risk Assessment and match day operational plans are under constant review and therefore are subject to change.

HFC Risk Assessment