Haverfordwest County AFC are pleased to announce our match with Cardiff Met at the Bridge Meadow Stadium on Friday, August 20 will be free to attend.

After a season in which all home games were played behind closed doors and supporters had to miss our first top-flight season since 2016, the club is opening its doors to West Wales and beyond.

As we were never able to truly celebrate our promotion to Welsh football’s top flight, this acts as the perfect opportunity to embrace Pembrokeshire’s representation in Wales’ top league. 

Chairman Rob Edwards said: “After a year in which supporters were missed, it is now great that fans can now enter the turnstiles at the Bridge Meadow again.

“There was a great support in our win over Goytre United but now I want to see an even bigger crowd cheer on our boys in Blue.”

With the match taking place on Friday evening, it allows those who play their football in the Pembrokeshire League and other sports such as cricket, to attend the match and support the club as they embark on another campaign.

There will once again be a fast-track option for supporters to gain entry to the match, by completing the medical questionnaire. Only those with the completed documents can go through the fast track.

Spectators wishing to attend the game could find themselves waiting for entry without completing the documentation as we anticipate a sizeable crowd on the back of this gesture.

If supporters wish to be a part of the fast track entry, they are advised to complete the above Medical Questionnaire in this document, 24 hours before the match. Please print it out before the match and bring it upon entry to the turnstiles.