Rotherham United are in Sky Bet League One action on Tuesday night, when they welcome Morecambe to AESSEAL New York Stadium for a 7:45pm kick off.
Ahead of the fixture with Shrimps, we’d like to remind supporters of some important information…
Ahead of the game, there will be a minute's applause in memory of two of our former Millers; Billy McEwan and Trevor Swift.
Members of both families will be in attendance as guests of the club to observe the tributes.
Tuesday’s meeting with Morecambe has been dedicated to backing LGBT History Month.
The event, which takes place throughout the month of February is a chance to shed new light on the history of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people within the UK and celebrate their contributions to our society.
This year will mark Pride 50, the 50th anniversary of the first Pride event in the UK. As well as celebrating achievements of the past, the event will also be turning an eye towards the future, with the question of what we want to see the world look like for LGBTQ+ people in 2072.
We would like to once again encourage supporters who are attending this fixture to arrive in plenty of time ahead of the 7:45pm kick off.
Having issued a similar message prior to our Sky Bet League One fixtures – which yielded a more positive outcome with supporters entering the turnstiles with greater ease – we are once again asking that fans arrive at AESSEAL New York Stadium in plenty of time and familiarise themselves with the new ticket scanning process at the stadium.
Having ironed out a number of early teething issues which were experienced following the return of supporters, we are keen to ensure that our fanbase is now up-to-speed with how to gain access using both season card and matchday tickets.
For those who are not yet familiar with the new turnstile access control system, we have produced the below video tutorial, which we hope will be helpful to supporters prior to their arrival at the stadium.
AESSEAL New York Stadium Covid protocol update
Rotherham United are encouraging supporters attending games at AESSEAL New York Stadium to continue to wear a face covering – although this is no longer compulsory in indoor areas following the latest change to government advice.
Rotherham United can confirm that supporters WILL NOT be required to show a Covid vaccination passport or proof of a negative lateral flow test for this Friday’s Sky Bet League One meeting with Morecambe.
Supporters continue to be encouraged to follow Government guidance and should not attend AESSEAL New York Stadium if you have any symptoms of Covid or you are required to self-isolate.
Elior UK continuing to encourage card payments on stadium concourse kiosks
As we continue to work towards speeding up food and drink services on matchdays, our catering partners at Elior UK would like to once again encourage card payments on the concourse kiosks.
While cash will still be accepted, we would again like to take this opportunity to encourage fans to use card payments, which remains the quickest and most convenient way to pay on a matchday.
Having noted feedback from supporters about queuing times and whilst continuing to work closely with Elior UK, we remain committed to achieving the best supporter experience possible at AESSEAL New York Stadium.
Don Street to remain closed
We would like to remind supporters of the ongoing works on Don Street, which usually provides an access and egress route to and from the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
Access to and from the stadium via Don Street has been restricted since supporters returned for the 2021/22 campaign and following recent discussions with the Council, the club can confirm that Don Street will remain closed for both vehicles and pedestrians until all road and bridge works have reached completion.
New York Way will now be the primary access and egress route for vehicular traffic while pedestrians will continue to use New York Way and the car park located the rear of Riverside House.
We would once again like to thanks supporters for their patience and understanding regarding this.
We are aware that the effects of the storm are continuing to impact people’s travel plans to AESSEAL New York Stadium.
We would urge all supporters attending tonight’s game to exercise caution and allow extra time for travel.
Visiting us as an Away Fan?
Check out all the key information prior to your visit in our Away Fans' Guide, HERE.
Making your first trip to AESSEAL New York Stadium?
We have a full page dedicated to providing information for First Time Fans which can be found HERE.
We are committed to ensuring that Rotherham United is a place where everyone can enjoy football...
If you hear abuse of any kind whilst in and around our stadium grounds, we encourage you to report it using our anonymous mobile service.
Full information on how to report can be found HERE.
Get your programmes!
Copies of our official matchday programme are available around AESSEAL New York Stadium for £3.
Tuesday’s programme features interviews with Viktor Johansson, Michael Ihiekwe and Angus MacDonald alongside tribute to the late Billy McEwan and Trevor Swift.
Rotherham United Community Sports Trust will once again be opening their GoalZone - which had been closed throughout the Covid-19 pandemic - for Friday's fixture with Accrington Stanley.
The entertainment facility is free to enter to supporters who are season ticket holders or have purchased tickets for the match, with pre-match entertainment provided for kids who are arriving early for the game.
The centre is now on the ground floor of the Community offices, located on the ground floor of the Eric Twigg Foods West Stand, near the Players' Entrance.
Resident club mascot Miller Bear frequently pops in to say hello on matchdays too, so come along and check it out.
The Goal Zone is open from 5:30pm on Tuesday, but children attending must be accompanied by an adult.
Supporters who have been unable to get a ticket for tonight’s match can ensure they don’t miss a minute of the action by purchasing an iFollow Millers match streaming pass.