Conditions of Entry
The Halifax Wanderers Football Club continues to follow the latest public health guidelines from the Province of Nova Scotia. Under the current provincial guidelines, the wearing of masks is recommended but not mandatory and proof of vaccination is not required to enter the grounds.
Current guidance and restrictions can be found at the link below.
Respect at the Wanderers Grounds
The Halifax Wanderers promote good sportsmanship by athletes, coaches and spectators.
We request your cooperation by supporting the athletes and referees in a positive manner.
Profanity, racial, sexist, homophobic, and discriminatory language or other intimidating actions directed at referees, athletes, coaches, fans or club representatives will not be tolerated and are grounds for removal from the site of competition.
Spectators are permitted to bring their own signage/banners under the following conditions: Personal signs must not obstruct the view of other spectators. Signs are prohibited from displaying profanity, discriminatory or misogynistic wording or images. All banners affixed to the stadium infrastructure must be approved by the Halifax Wanderers Football Club. Anyone interested in fastening a banner to the grandstands can contact the club at email@example.com. The Canadian Premier League’s policy on signage/banners can be found at the link below:
Entry to the Wanderers Grounds
Please keep in mind that the wheelchair-accessible section (WCACC) has moved back to its former location in the southeast corner of the stadium. The new entry point for this section is now Gate F.
Umbrellas are not permitted inside the Wanderers Grounds. Drinking containers filled with liquid of any kind are also not permitted. There is a water filling station located behind the main grandstands.