AYR UNITED V RANGERS
WILLIAM HILL SCOTTISH CUP
SUNDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 2018, KICK OFF 2:30PM
This is an all-ticket game. Season tickets are not valid. Ticket Sales and the uplift of pre-paid tickets will close at 1pm on Sunday in the Club Shop. Shop opening hours are as follows
Saturday 10th – 10am to 4pm
Sunday 11th – 10am to 2.30pm (Ticket sales and pickups stop at 1pm)
Car Park/Traffic Management
The Stadium Car Park will be closed on Match Day due to the housing of Sky broadcasting trucks. We will therefore only be able to accommodate Blue Badge Holders, Officials and Staff. Alternative parking will be available at Ayr College, Dam Park for supporters’ cars. Away Supporters’ Buses will be parked at Craigie Park and along Whitletts Road. There will be a full Traffic Management Plan in place for the immediate and surrounding areas, these will be signposted accordingly. Somerset Road will be closed from 1pm. Please allow added time for your journey.
Turnstiles will open at 1pm. Please arrive early as we will have a full capacity on the day. Bag searches will be in place and this will also add time. We appreciate your cooperation and patience whilst our stewards carry out this essential task.
Please ensure you have your ticket ready for inspection and know the turnstile your ticket is for.
- Away tickets:
o Railway End – Turnstiles 1-7
o West Enclosure – Turnstile 8
o West Stand – Turnstile 9
o North Terrace – Turnstile 25-28
- Home tickets:
o East Stand – Turnstile 10
o Centre Stand – Turnstile 11
o East Enclosure – Turnstile 12
o Family Stand – Turnstile 13
o Somerset Road – Turnstiles 17-22
Security and Safety
We would remind you that this is a live televised game. All fans are respectfully requested to conduct themselves in a manner that does not bring either Club and its supporters into disrepute and adhere to the Ground Regulations, (posted outside turnstiles). Please visit ayrunitedfc.co.uk for information on our Unacceptable Conduct Policy, copies are also posted around the ground.
Searches will be carried out at the turnstiles for any controlled containers and pyrotechnics. Under the Sporting Events Act 1985, being in possession of a pyrotechnic device at a football match or attempting to bring a pyrotechnic device into a football stadium, is a criminal offence. Any person committing such an offence will face immediate ejection, possible arrest and a life time ban from the Club. Surfing flags are not permitted.
Supporters are advised to remain within the terraces and stands and to refrain from entering trackside or the field of play.
For safety reasons there may be a requirement to stagger the exiting of fans from the stadium.
Ayr United would like to thank both sets of supporters for their co-operation and backing of the teams.