Ticket sales arrangements for Brechin City’s league clash against Rangers has been announced by the club’s management committee.
Tickets are available for sale to the general public tonight (Wednesday) and Wednesday, October 16, from 7 to 8.30 p.m. at Glebe Park. Tickets have already been made available for priority purchase to season ticket holders, and will be again on Monday at Glebe Park from 7 to 8.30 p.m.
Segregation will be in place for the tie, with City fans entering the ground on match day at the Cemetery End turnstiles only. Rangers tickets will be available from Rangers FC only and the club has stressed that fans wearing Rangers colours will not gain entry via the Cemetery End. Away fans will be subject to ejection if identified within the terracing allocated to City fans.
The committee has invited any disabled City fans with enquiries around how they are impacted by access arrangements from the Cemetery End to contact the club secretary to discuss this by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prices for City fans are £15 for adults and £8 for concessions, with fans allocated the Cemetery End covered enclosure. Season tickets are confirmed as being valid for this match. There are also a limited number of seats available for season ticket holders within the Main Stand.
Those wishing to reserve one (free of charge) will need to come to Glebe Park at the times tickets are for sale. Season tickets will be exchanged for a numbered seat ticket for the match, with season tickets returned at the next home game.
Hospitality guests will be contacted by the club about arrangements which effect them. The advice to fans in general is to arrive well in advance of kick-off.
A club spokesman said: “It may seem that some of the finer points around ticket arrangements appear slightly cumbersome. These demands are put upon the club in conjunction with football and wider authorities, and we put the safety of all supporters at the heart of what we do. Also we unashamedly favour our season ticket holders first in terms of priority purchase arrangements.”