BROMSGROVE Sporting’s Midland League Premier Division clash against Worcester City on Tuesday night will be segregated following pressure from Worcestershire County Council’s emergency planning officers.
Sporting fans will have access to the Shed End, the bars and snack bar on the Birmingham Road side and the north half of the main stand.
City fans will have access to the Town End and the south side of the main stand.
A temporary snack bar and drinks bar will be available for Blue and Whites fans as they will not be able to access the permanent facilities at the Victoria Ground.
A statement released by Bromsgrove Sporting chiefs added: “At the entrance all four turnstiles will be open with Sporting fans using those on the right and Worcester fans using those on the left.
“Pass holders and VIPs to use the reception office as usual.
“On entry to the ground stewarded barriers will be in place to direct supporters to the appropriate part of the ground.
“Security officers will be outside the ground and will conduct bag and body searches.
“It will be illegal to bring into the ground any form of weapon or missile, drinks bottles or cans.
“Anybody attempting to bring illegal items into the ground may be denied entry and will risk the possibility of arrest.”