After the Government introduced its "Autumn and Winter Plan B" from 15 December, fans going to a Premier League match need to follow new protocols.
Once inside the ground, supporters can play their part to keep each other safe and slow down the spread of COVID-19 as they watch the action.
Fans should make sure they only sit in their designated seats and, during the match, be respectful and be mindful of fellow supporters.
Supporters must wear a face covering while in indoor stadium areas and although it is not mandatory within the stadium bowl, fans are encouraged to wear them in congested areas and in stands to protect themselves and those around them.
Fans are also encouraged to restrict physical contact with others who are not in their social bubble.
These measures are in place to help keep supporters safe and grounds full for the rest of the season.
Plan B measures mean there are a few more things we all have to do to keep each other safe at #PL matches— Premier League (@premierleague) December 27, 2021
🧑💻 Pre-register your COVID status on your club's website
📱 Download your NHS COVID pass
😷 Take a mask with you
🏠 Don't attend if you're showing any COVID symptoms pic.twitter.com/idjvfbll9N