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Nell'ambito del processo di analisi e approfondimento sul tema delle Safe Standing Areas il Northampton Town FC, dopo il via libera del Safety Advisory Group e della Sports Grounds Safety Authority, ha installato nella Sheinman Opticians Stand del Sixfields Stadium una sezione di posti in piedi con barriere con lo scopo di proseguire nella consultazione pubblica con i propri tifosi sulla soluzione(qui dettagli).

L'iniziativa del Northampton Town FC segue un caso recente analogo con l'installazione al Molineux stadium del Wolverhampton Wanderers FC di un'esposizione di una serie di alternative di seggiolini richiudibili(Rail seat) per mostrare ai tifosi e alle autorità locali preposte alla sicurezza le possibili soluzioni adottabili nel prossimo futuro per creare settori con spalti in piedi in sicuri(qui dettagli).

RESEARCH AND CONSULTATION IN TO SAFE STANDING CONTINUING

Northampton Town Football Club are continuing the process of research and consultation that is looking at the possibility of introducing safe standing at the PTS Academy Stadium.

Following consultation with the Safety Advisory Group and the Sports Grounds Safety Authority as part of that process, a small section of barrier has been temporarily installed in the Sheinman Opticians Stand.

This barrier will be tested in accordance with the relevant safety regulations before being removed before the Crawley Town game. This is to ensure that we have all the appropriate information to share with supporters before the consultation process.

The next part of the process will be a consultation with season ticket holders who currently sit in the Sheinman Opticians Stand and this will take place through a survey that will be sent out to those supporters in due course.

“The opinion of the supporters who sit in that part of the stadium will be one of the key factors in how we proceed,” said Chief Executive James Whiting.

“As a club it is important we deliver the facilities the supporters want and we see the consultation with those season ticket holders as a key part of the process.

“As has been stated previously - but it is worth reminding everyone - this is an explorative and consultation process and no decisions have or will be made, but it goes along with our overall commitment to consult with our fanbase.

"We have discussed this subject at previous Supporters Advisory Panel meetings and the next such meeting, on February 21st, gives us the option to discuss this matter further. We would encourage anyone who has a view on the possibility of safe standing to come to the meeting and let us know their views."

That meeting will take place in Carr's Bar at the PTS Academy Stadium from 7.30pm-9pm on Thursday February 21st.

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