Club Statement: Water Rules for Walsall v Stevenage Club Statement: Water Rules for Walsall v Stevenage

Club Statement: Water Rules for Walsall v Stevenage

The Club has issued a statement as temperatures are likely to play a part in the Saddlers' clash with Stevenage.
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The Club has issued a statement in response to the ongoing heatwave and how it may impact supporters planning on watching the Saddlers take on Stevenage in WS1 this weekend.

With temperatures likely to peak at around 35 degrees during the game, the club will allow supporters to take their own drinks into the stadium, provided they remove the cap and only use suitable bottles.

Issued via the club's official website, the statement confirms; Walsall Football Club are aware that Saturday's game against Stevenage is due to be played in extreme weather conditions with temperatures set to reach 35 degrees. The safety and welfare of our supporters, staff and players is paramount to us as a Club.

With this in mind, we would like to advise supporters that they will be able to bring their own plastic water bottles, with the tops removed, to the match but please note that metal or glass bottles will not be allowed into the Poundland Bescot Stadium for safety reasons.

Supporters will be able to take advantage of a free water refilling station which will be situated behind the Mick Kearns Community Hub in the Poundland Lower Tier and all of our kiosks will also be fully stocked.

We advise supporters to stay hydrated, apply sun creams regularly and contact the nearest steward or first-aider if they are feeling unwell.
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