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Latest News - 11/01/2022

Clydebank Ticket Info-Update

Following on from the Scottish Government announcement that restrictions on football fans attending matches have been lifted we’re now in a position to start selling the tickets for next Saturdays match at Clydebank.
These will be priced at £12 Adults and £6 concessions.
These will be on sale from the social club from 7pm on Friday night and they will also be on sale at Saturdays match against Forfar Athletic from 1pm. Anyone who has already enquired about tickets will have these reserved and these will be available for payment/collection also.
The club are putting on two supporters buses and at this time if anyone would like to travel on the buses they should contact Neil Irving. We’ve limited seats available on the buses now so all seats must be paid on or before Saturday, these can also be paid for on Friday night.
Supporters should also note that the following rules will be in place for the Clydebank match.
  • That all supporters must either a) be fully vaccinated, which will include a booster
    vaccine for those who had a second dose more than four months ago; or b) provide
    proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test.
  • That clubs must increase spot-checking from 20% of attendees prior to admittance,
    to at least 1000 supporters or 50% of the attendance, whichever number is greater.
    Further to the above, clubs are advised to recommend that all fans take a Lateral Flow Test
    before travelling to the match, regardless of their vaccination status.
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