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Attempt To Improve Fan Experience

12 March 2015

Following dialogue with several fans in recent weeks, Preston North End is looking at ways to improve our fans’ experience, in particular, at away fixtures.

After the phenomenal following recently against MK Dons; a match at which no pyrotechnics or smoke bombs were used or found, the Club are looking at how supporters can help each other in making the Sky Bet League One and future matches a fulfilling and exciting experience for all.

To help with this, we will be requesting a stadium plan from our opponents for upcoming matches in a bid to try and accommodate people who want to sit, rather than being forced to stand at matches due to others refusing to do so despite being in designated seating areas – if you have a ticket for a seated area, it is a legal requirement that you are expected to be seated.

We ask you all to please respect your fellow supporters, who, for whatever reason, would like to sit at matches – if we are able to accommodate fans who want to stand in terracing areas when they are available then we will do everything we can to enable you to do so.

Finally, as a reminder, the Club have been asked several times this season for their comments from the FA relating to flares and smoke bombs being ignited by a very small minority of our excellent fan base.

The atmosphere at stadiummk shows that Preston North End supporters do not need such gimmicks; which are illegal, to give the players a wonderful, vocal and passionate backing.

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible in the League One run in, a run in which we all hope ends with us acquiring Championship status, together.

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