WHITCHURCH Alport's first games welcoming fans back since lockdown will be all-ticket affairs.

The government announced recently that football grounds across England could admit fans once again, with restrictions on attendance numbers.

Until August 30, clubs are able to admit up to 15 percent of their grounds capacity to spectators.

And then from August 31, clubs will be permitted to allow spectators to attend fixtures up to 30 percent of the ground's capacity.

Alport will play Nantwich Town this Saturday in a friendly and on Tuesday, September 1 will play Haughmond in the FA Cup.

With these two games falling either side of the August 30 date, the Nantwich Town game will allow just 140 fans into Yockings Park, with the FA Cup fixture allowing 290 fans.

Tickets are available on a first-come-first-serve basis and entry will not be given to those without a valid ticket.

A maximum of six tickets are available for each group/bubble and for both games the club are expecting to be sold out.

However, because of project work, there is no car parking on site so visitors are asked to use car parks in the town if possible.

Whitchurch Alport vs Nantwich Town will kick off at 3pm on Saturday, August 29 and 140 tickets are available for this fixture, available from www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/whitchurch-alport-v-nantwich-town-tickets-117963264299

Meanwhile Whitchurch Alport vs Haughmond in the FA Cup takes place on Tuesday, September 1, kick off at 7.45pm.

There are 290 tickets are available for this fixture with Haughmond, which can be purchased from www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/whitchurch-alport-v-haughmond-tickets-117915344971

For both fixtures, tickets cost £6 for adults, £4 for over 60s and £1 for under 16s.