Love Football. Protect The Game.

As we approach our play-off semi-final first leg, everyone at Bolton Wanderers would like to thank you for your ongoing support.

Over 23,000 are set to be in the stands today for the clash against Barnsley. We know from your fantastic support throughout the campaign that you will play your part, bring the noise and back Ian Evatt and his team all the way!

At the start of this season, the Premier League, EFL, NLS Leagues and The FA worked with the Football Supporters’ Association to introduce new measures and stronger sanctions to tackle anti-social and criminal behaviours, such as entering the pitch and the use of pyrotechnics.

It is understandable that emotions will run high when there is so much to play for, but we must remind supporters that in the interests of safety and wellbeing for everyone inside our stadium, that they must remain in the stands at all times. 

It is against the law to enter the pitch at any time and anyone who does so is putting the welfare of players, coaches, club staff and fellow fans at risk.

Anyone entering the pitch could face a ban and police action. Please remember that is not just you who could be disciplined – it could impact family and the Club.

Furthermore, please be reminded that other dangerous and illegal behaviour including the use of pyrotechnics, throwing objects, abuse of any kind, drug use and discrimination will not be tolerated at Bolton Wanderers.

Thank you once again for your incredible support. We look forward to seeing you all at the University of Bolton Stadium.

Love Football. Protect The Game.

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