The Hawthorns

Supporters travelling to the Hawthorns on Saturday are advised vaccine passports will be required.

Peterborough United travel to the Hawthorns in Sky Bet Championship action on Saturday afternoon and supporters making the journey are advised that vaccine passports will still be in operation for the fixture.

The government announced on Wednesday that passports will cease to be required from January 26th, however this fixture will have them implemented.

The UK Government introduced legislation which requires everyone aged 18 and over - at sporting events with crowds of more than 10,000 people - to provide proof of double vaccination or a negative lateral flow test when entering stadia. Tests must have been undertaken no more than 48 hours prior to kick-off.

The legislation means all adults attending the Sky Bet Championship fixture against Peterborough United will be required to present an NHS COVID pass on entry. Passes will be mandatory for as long as they are a legal requirement.

Fans are advised to download the NHS mobile app, if they have not already done so, to familiarise themselves with the relevant processes. For more information on the NHS app, visit the NHS website.

In addition, supporters aged 11 and over will be required to wear face coverings while in an indoor setting at The Hawthorns. The Government introduced new rules last week which require with fans to wear masks while inside concourses and indoor hospitality areas.

Supporters are encouraged to visit to keep up to date with the requirements to attend The Hawthorns.

As at 9am on Thursday, 712 tickets had been sold for the fixture. Tickets are available at and via the Weston Homes Stadium until 3pm on Friday. The game is not all-ticket.