The Lions are back in action at The Den on Saturday afternoon as Gary Rowett's side face Blackburn Rovers in the Sky Bet Championship (kick-off 3pm) - and Millwall Football Club has the following information for all supporters attending SE16 this weekend.
As detailed previously, supporters should note that there is no requirement to provide a Covid-19 passport, a negative lateral flow test or anything equivalent. Should the government or local authorities impose any such measures in the future, then the club will communicate with supporters accordingly. As publicised previously, the club will not introduce any regulations beyond what it is mandated to do at any time.
The wearing of face coverings is no longer mandatory, however the club does encourage their use when passing through indoor areas. Supporters are politely asked to be respectful of one another in relation to this.
The club regrets to advise supporters that because of COVID regulations, and the need to protect the players from potential isolation, the squad cannot currently stop for photographs/autographs in the car park. The club apologises for the disappointment this causes but wishes to stress that it is purely so that the risk of disruption to matches and availability of players is kept as low as possible.
Tickets for Saturday's game - and Tuesday's visit of Fulham - are on sale by clicking the relevant links. Supporters wishing to collect tickets already purchased or purchase tickets on the day are strongly advised to arrive early to prevent queues building close to kick-off.
If you have purchased a concessionary season ticket and need to prove your age before collecting your card, then please also arrive early to do so.
Please note that where possible, fans can collect match tickets, season ticket and membership cards, and provide proof of age, in the week during Ticket Office opening hours (9.30am-5pm).
On Saturday, the Lions Store will be open from 9am and close at kick-off, before opening again for 45 minutes after the final whistle. The Lions' 2021/22 home and away kits will both be on sale! The Ticket Office will open at 10am and close after kick-off.
Supporters are reminded that catering and hospitality areas inside the stadium are now cashless.
The Lions' matchday programme returns to its former glory this weekend, with Daniel Ballard the cover star. For £3, read an exclusive interview with the Arsenal loanee, plus new features, stats and facts. The programme will be on sale around the ground, but you can purchase it online via Curtis Sport here.