Rovers face Wycombe Wanderers looking to make it three straight home wins in Sky Bet League One this weekend.
Here is what you should expect on matchday:
Although facemasks will not be mandatory within the stadium, the club supports any individuals wishing to wear them.
You may also see some of our staff around the ground wearing face coverings please don’t be offended by an individual's choice on this matter.
While social distancing measures have been removed by the Government, we understand that some of our supporters may feel apprehensive being at a sporting event with so many people in attendance.
Please be courteous and respectful in trying, where possible, to maintain a safe distance when queuing. NHS track and trace will also be available inside the stadium and we encourage supporters to use it as they enter the ground.
Socially distanced seating
The club are keen to ensure everyone feels comfortable and have allocated parts of the ground which provide a socially distanced seating experience. This can be arranged in advance through the box office.
If there is a point during the game when you start to feel uncomfortable due to the proximity of others, or people around you not wearing facemasks, please speak to a steward and we will aim to find alternative seating for you to ensure you can continue to enjoy your experience.
No cash gates and ticket collection point
Supporters are advised to purchase tickets early for the game, as there will be no cash gates on the day.
The Club Doncaster Box Office will be open up until kick-off, and pre-ordered tickets can be collected from the Club Doncaster Enterprise Zone reception (based in the Polypipe South Stand).
Please aim to arrive as early as you can to avoid queuing and congestion around the stadium.
Away ticket collections will be available from the Club Doncaster Academy reception.
Please note that turnstiles 20-22 are closed, so anyone advised to head there on their ticket should instead go to turnstiles 17-19.
You will find a barcode on your match ticket. Please scan using the equipment provided - there will be turnstile operators on hand to assist if needed.
Mech FS West Stand players’ area
This is still classified as a red zone to try and limit interaction with players and reduce the spread of COVID-19 as well as losing players to self-isolation for 10 days at a key stage of the season.
We are speaking to the EFL regularly to ensure we are proactive in our approach.
There will be a red zone close to the players in the West Stand due to dugouts being removed, we ask that fans could respect this and keep at a safe distance.
We have now received approval that supporters in the West Stand will be able to leave the ground via the middle stairwell at the end of the game.
Hospitality are advised to park in car park one, with Silver Plus members can park in two or three depending on their allocated pass, and supporters who have pre-paid should park in car park two. There will be no pay on the day car parking in car park two for this match.
Anyone reporting to the Club Doncaster Academy should park in car park four, with supporters also able to park in there.
Car parking is expected to be limited so please arrive early to secure your space.
Programmes & Half time draw
Matchday programmes will be available to purchase from the Box Office and at concourse kiosks.
Inside the programme is an exclusive interview with John Bostock about the highs and lows of his career so far.
There will be no half-time draw at this game.
Club Doncaster Store
The Club Doncaster Store will be open from 10am on matchday up until kick-off, and for 20 minutes post-match. Matchday programmes will also be available from the shop.
We are supporting Restart a Heart day this weekend - the Yorkshire Ambulance Service will be on site to teach you how to complete lifesaving first aid.
The family areas in both home and away ends will be open, which includes Donny Dog’s Kennel. Please note we will only have two of our four consoles in operation to enable social distancing within the kennel.
There will be a pick n mix stall for young supporters to take advantage of.
Boxers Terri Harper, Jimmy-Joe Flint and Jason Cunningham will be introduced to the crowd at half-time.
Cre8ive dance and youngsters from the Premier League Kicks programme will be dancing on the pitch pre-game and at half-time.
Sodexo continue to be our onsite catering partners, and there will be a catering van outside the stadium near the Box Office as well the kiosks being open on the concourses. Feel free to use these before entering.
There have been some price changes to specific items and meal deals, and unfortunately 1879 is no longer available due to the brewery reducing their product lines during COVID-19, but Sodexo are seeking to rectify this.
More contactless machines are onsite for you to use when purchasing at the kiosk, and please be assured we will be accepting cash and card payments throughout the stadium.
Smoking bubbles will still be in operation.
Belle Vue Bar and Rovers Square
The bar will be back open with home and away fans welcome. The fan park will also be back, with Fejiri Okenabirhie on stage from around 2.30pm alongside Robbie Andrews to discuss the team line-ups and what he expects from the game.
Unfortunately, due to technical issues, Soccer Sight commentary will not be available for this game. If you use this service and require an alternative, please email Hayley.email@example.com.
How to listen to the game if you can’t attend the stadium
Stay close to all the action at the Keepmoat Stadium from the comfort of your living room with an iFollow Rovers match pass. You can listen to Rovers take on Wycombe with expert analysis from defender Cameron John alongside Robbie Andrews.
We want you all to enjoy every second of your experience and thank you all for your patience.
Please respect everyone’s views. We are all part of the same family.