Preston North End welcomes supporters of all faiths and backgrounds to Deepdale, with two prayer facilities available for fans to use before and during all home games at Deepdale.
Deepdale features two multi-faith prayer rooms on the stadium concourses - on the Sir Tom Finney Stand and on the Invincibles Pavilion. Supporters can find the Sir Tom Finney Stand multi-faith prayer room between the two block F entry points on the concourse. Meanwhile, the Invincibles Pavilion multi-faith prayer room is situated between blocks E and F.
Both multi-faith prayer rooms have been opened and used for the first time by notable names, with PNE defender Bambo Diaby the first man inside the Sir Tom Finney Stand multi-faith prayer room in April 2022. That followed Mayor of Preston, Javed Iqbal, opening the multi-faith prayer room on the Invicibles Pavilion back in October 2021 when he also made use of the facilities.
Both prayer rooms are open from 90 minutes before kick-off, when the concourses open, through until full-time – allowing those who need to pray at certain times of the day to leave their seat during the game if necessary.
Fans who are sat on the Alan Kelly Town End can also use either the prayer room by contacting their nearest steward, who will escort supporters to a prayer room every 15 minutes.
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