Colston Avenue Ground Rules
Carshalton Athletic is a FA Charter Standard Community Club.
We do our best to make every matchday or event as safe and enjoyable as we can for players, fans, customers and officials. We also respect the amenity of our neighbours.
To those ends we have ground rules that we respectfully ask visitors to the ground to abide by.
Approaching and leaving the ground and stadium
Please respect the amenity of neighbours surrounding the ground when arriving and leaving the ground. If driving please drive very slowly and carefully in the access road approaching the ground and in the car parks inside the ground. Please avoid making unnecessary noise in the surrounding roads on your journey to the ground, please save it all up in support of your team!
Dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes must wear a muzzle before entering the ground
No Drums or clappers
In respect for the amenity of our local residents drums, clappers or musical instruments, cannot be brought into the ground
No Food or Drink
No food or drink can be brought into the ground. Our premises license does not permit food or drink to be brought onto or consumed in the stadium.
Bring Photo ID
Please bring photo ID. You may need it for purchasing alcohol. Seniors, U18s and all season ticket holders will need to show it at the turnstiles, no exceptions.
If you are lucky enough to look under the age of 25, then you will need to show a driving license, passport or an id card bearing the PASS hologram. Staff will lose their jobs if they don't adhere to the challenge 25 guidelines.
Any filming within the ground that is intended for publishing online must seek written permission before filming - except for the official videographers of opposition clubs who may film at the ground for the period beginning 2 hours before kickoff and ending two hours after kickoff. Other private or third party videographers must seek the clubs written permission prior to filming within the ground if the footage it to be published online.
Any commercial photography within the ground that is intended for publishing online must seek written permission before photos are taken - except for the official photographers of opposition clubs who may take photos at the ground for the period beginning 2 hours before kickoff and ending two hours after kickoff. Other private or third party photographers must seek the clubs written permission prior to taking photos within the ground if the photos are to published online.
No foul language please
As a community club, many fans and customers are families with young children. Please help us to provide an environment suitable for the whole family.