Do I need to prove my vaccination status? Or show a negative test?

Currently (early March 22), the stadium is under 2G+ rules. This means that you need to be either recovered (in last 6 months) or be vaccinated plus you need a negative test result. If you have received a third jab (Booster), you do not need a negative test result.

Do I have to wear a mask?

Currently (early March 2022), it is still required to wear masks inside the stadium, even when you are in your seat. The only exception is when eating or drinking.
This is however expected to change soon and will be updated here.

Where will we be seated?

The tickets will always be for the seated sections (not standing room only) and I will only know the exact location once I have received the tickets myself. This usually happens about two weeks before the match.
I will always try to get the best available tickets and try to get them to be as close to the “Yellow Wall” as possible.

What time is kick off?

The exact time of the match can vary. Saturday matches tend to be at 15:30 but could also be at 18:30. There is also the possibility of a game being on Friday at 20:30 or on Sunday at 15:30, 17:30 or 19:30.
Please refer to the club’s website before booking for the exact time in case it is not listed here.