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Latest News - 23/07/2013

Annan Ath V Queen of the South (Update)

Following discussions with Queens the following admission prices have been agreed:

Adults: £12

Concessions / Students: £6

Juveniles (U16) : £3

Both clubs were eager to make entry affordable and were happy to make a significant reduction from the normal pricing for a Queen’s Division 1 match.

As this is the first competitive match between Annan and Queens a large turnout of fans is expected, and we are greatful to the Supporters Club for making the travel arrangements so affordable, we would encourage all wishing to travel to Dumfries to take the Supporters Club up on their offer.

Please Note Queens operate a ‘No cash will be accepted at the turnstile policy’ and all fans will have to purchase a ticket from the ticket offices prior to kick off. The following, taken from Queens website applies:

Admission Procedure

The ticket arrangement will continue this season for all home league games which applies to both home and away fans.

All fans paying cash have to purchase a ticket, prior to entering at the turnstile. No cash will be accepted at the  turnstiles.

For Away fans the dedicated ticket office is the one behind the East stand (the “new” stand, known as the `Rosefield Salvage Stand` ) The ticket office will be open from 1pm on match days.

Fans asking for concessions will have to present ID to gain tickets.

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