Chesterfield fans will be allowed to attend National League play-off final if Spireites qualify for promotion decider
Chesterfield fans will be allowed to attend this season’s National League play-off final ‘in limited numbers’ if the Spireites secure a place in the end of season showdown.
Town supporters will also be able to go to the play-off eliminators and semi-finals but only if the ties are played at the Technique Stadium.
The date and venue for the final has not been confirmed.
The play-off fixtures will take place in the first three weeks of June.
Chesterfield are currently eighth in the table, just one point off the top seven.
Blues fans will return to the Technique Stadium for the first time in 14 months on May 22 for the Dagenham and Redbridge clash.
Tickets for the Daggers match have been on sale for the past week to season ticket holders.
Spireites chief executive, John Croot, said: “Plans are well underway for the first match back for spectators, the home fixture against Dagenham & Redbridge, with tickets currently being sold to season ticket holders.
“Supporters are eagerly looking forward to seeing the exciting team put together by James Rowe and we can’t wait to welcome them back.”
In a statement the National League said: “Through consultation with its members, the National League has determined only home supporters will be able to attend league matches from May 17 and each of the play-off eliminators and semi-finals.
“As a neutral fixture, supporters of both participating clubs in the Vanarama National League promotion final will be able to attend in limited numbers.
“Details of a date and venue are currently being finalised.”