Scunthorpe Alphas make their long-awaited return to Quibell Park

The Scunthorpe Alphas make their long-awaited return to Quibell Park as we play our first home game as an official BAFA team when we face the Lincolnshire Bombers.

Kick off scheduled for 14:00 although spectator access to the stadium will be available from 13:00.

The Scunthorpe Alphas would like to state to all spectators that we will take all the necessary precautions in assuring the site will be Covid safe for all who attend.

Food and Refreshments will be available and you’ll also be able to download a Match Day E-Programme to accompany you on the day.

We will also be welcoming the Tsunami Allstars cheerleading squad and as well as a Bouncy Castle available for the kids.

Upon arriving at the Stadium please drive into the complex and make your way past our practice field to the back on the stadium.

There is a large on site car park for you to use.

If full please use the overflow car park next to the Practice field. Please note parking behind the Clubhouse is reserved for BAFRA Officials and BAFA staff.

🎟️ Admission Costs 🎟️

Adults: £3 (CASH ONLY).

If you pay £3 on the day you will receive a wristband that you can use for lower admission for our future games. OAP’s and Kids GO FREE!
If you already have a wristband, you will only pay £2.

Please note that the Bouncy Castle company have their own admission tariff for use.

The Scunthorpe Alphas would also like to invite you all to join them at The Priory for post game refreshments.

Published by Scunthorpe Nights

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