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Delight as King's Lynn Town fans return to terraces at last




It's been a long, long wait, but King's Lynn Town supporters are finally back on the terraces to see their team in action.

Hundreds of fans have headed to The Walks this evening for the Linnets' clash with Solihull Moors - their penultimate fixture of the National League season.

It's only the second time fans have been able to watch Lynn in person this season, following the goalless draw with Torquay United in December.

Thumbs up from these Lynn fans making their way through the turnstiles (47556298)
Thumbs up from these Lynn fans making their way through the turnstiles (47556298)

And, with a crowd also able to attend Saturday's season finale against Aldershot, tonight's game is a bonus game for Lynn fans, after the original fixture was postponed earlier this month due to a waterlogged pitch.

A maximum of 1,600 fans can be admitted to the ground for the two fixtures under the current coronavirus restrictions.

Linnets chairman Stephen Cleeve, left, greets a fan at The Walks (47556305)
Linnets chairman Stephen Cleeve, left, greets a fan at The Walks (47556305)
Temperature checks greeted supporters on their way into the ground (47556301)
Temperature checks greeted supporters on their way into the ground (47556301)
A night to enjoy as fans head back to The Walks (47556310)
A night to enjoy as fans head back to The Walks (47556310)
Cheers all round as fans sample the matchday atmosphere again (47556314)
Cheers all round as fans sample the matchday atmosphere again (47556314)
A pre-match pint was the order of the day (47556295)
A pre-match pint was the order of the day (47556295)


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