Tickets for the Brackley game will go on sale online and from the Club Shop at 10am on Monday 25th March.
Meanwhile, Hereford FC, along with all the other clubs at National League level and above, has this week received a letter from the FA’s Chief Executive, Martin Glenn, following worrying recent incidents at St Andrews and the Emirates Stadium where supporters have entered the field of play.
The letter relates to supporter conduct at all clubs and includes the following comments from Mr Glenn:
‘Following recent high profile incidents last weekend, this issue (supporter conduct) has been further highlighted. Whilst not wanting to comment on individual incidents, I wanted to reach out to all clubs to remind them of how important it is to ensure all possible efforts are taken in relation to health and safety both on and off the pitch.
‘I am sure I do not have to remind you of your responsibilities when it comes to ensuring the safety of not just those spectators who come to games at your clubs, but also the safety of all of your players, the match officials officiating and anyone else assisting in the smooth running of the game. It is therefore imperative that all precautions are taken to protect them.
‘As you are aware, The Football Association has the powers to take disciplinary action for spectators or unauthorised persons encroaching on to the pitch areas, save for reasons of crowd safety. In addition, we will be looking into what further action may be necessary going forward to ensure compliance with obligations and protection for all is maintained.’
Everyone at Edgar Street fully supports the sentiments expressed by Mr Glenn in his letter and club officials would remind Bulls fans of the need to take responsibility for their own actions at all times, as the vast majority always do, while also continuing to offer the fantastic support that you always do.