Spectator Code of Conduct

At Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium we are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable entertainment experience

Whilst at the stadium, if you experience COVID-19 symptoms, please contact a member of staff immediately who will be able to advise on the next steps

Guests are expected to consume alcohol in a responsible manner and not engage in abusive language

We will allocate guests a seat on arrival. Guests will remain in the section designated to them, access to the terracing is permitted

Customers should remain at their designated table unless using the restrooms, the tote booth or the terracing and should observe social distancing and one-way systems at all times

Customers will not be permitted re-entry upon leaving the Stadium

Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium will operate with a table service for food and beverages in all areas with a tote table service in the restaurant only.

Customers are not permitted to approach the bars or fast food areas

Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium will offer a preferred payment process by card for food and beverages. Tote betting facilities will remain cash only

Stay alert and stay safe – social distancing measures have been implemented by the stadium including one-way systems, reduced capacity & hand sanitation areas

Customers are required to wear a face covering on entering the premises and at all times within until they leave, except whilst they are eating and drinking or if they are exempt.

Only food and drink purchased on the premises is to be consumed in the stadium

Spectators will be asked to leave on completion of their meal and accompanying beverage. No further drinks will be served once a meal is finished, or in any case after 10pm

Brighton and Hove Greyhound stadium reserves the right to conduct bag searches on entry to the stadium. Bags are to be made available for security on arrival. Only bring bags to the stadium if necessary

Booking details (name and number) will be retained for 21 days in line with government advices on track and trace

Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium displays its QR code for use with the NHS COVID-19 mobile phone app in both the entrance to the stadium and on each table

In the event of an emergency guests are expected to follow staff directions regarding facility operations and emergency response procedures

Guests park their car in our car park at their own risk, Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium does not accept, liability for any accidents, damage or losses

A breach of social distancing and stadium rules may result in ejection from the stadium without refund

Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium management reserves the right to deny entry at any time

In line with the current tier 2 measures, bookings are only permitted per household. You may be asked for ID to prove your address upon entry. Failure to provide ID when requested may result in you being refused entry without refund

Customers residing in tier 3 areas will not be permitted entry to the stadium

Prior to attendance, customers will be required to read their booking confirmation form as it is important that this is understood before entering the stadium

Smoking will now be permitted on the south terrace only

Thank you for your co-operation.

Management Team at Brighton & Hove Greyhound Stadium