Premier league fans have been told they must follow new covid safety rules to be allowed into top-flight grounds.
And supporters have been asked to wear masks in all indoor areas and even at their seats.
League chiefs hope the new measures will see them able to keep full capacities despite the spread of the Omicron variant and the introduction of the Government’s Plan B.
But it will requires every adult supporter to sign an on-line pledge confirming their Covid status the day BEFORE matches.
And supporters must be prepared to show their Covid passes or proof of a negative lateral flow or PCR test within the previous 48 hours when they get to the perimeter ring or turnstiles.
Prem chief executive Richard Masters said: “We are doing all we can to keep fans safe and grounds open at full capacity. The safety of everyone remains our priority.
“Since the start of the season we have been working closely with our clubs, Government and local public health authorities to prepare fans and stadium operations for the introduction of COVID certification”.
“It is really important fans take the time to understand what is required of them when attending Premier League stadiums, which is why we are asking fans to declare their COVID status ahead of a matchday”.
“We want everyone to enjoy matches in safe environments and we and our clubs will continue to urge fans to do all they can and follow public health guidance”.