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Latest News - 31/08/2018

Info For Visiting Clyde Fans

Clyde fans are very welcome to use the Annan Athletic Clubhouse. Bar opens at 12 noon and we have both Sky sports at Bt sport on offer. To make it a lot easier for the Clyde support all entry to the ground will be via the home turnstiles adjacent to the Clubhouse. There is car parking at the North end of the ground and persons using this car park should walk down to the home end. At the final whistle Annan will open the Gates to the exit gate at the away end to allow quick and easy access to the car park. On entry to the ground we would appreciate it if the Clyde support would make their way to the North end of the Stand where sufficient seats are designated for our use, also terracing is available for those who wish to stand. All toilets and vending is at the home end. These are far superior to what has been on offer to visiting support in the past and visiting support are encouraged to use them. Stewards will be on hand to help guide and answer any questions on the day. Any visiting supporter has a disability or needs wheelchair access should contact the club in advance by we will make sure they receive assistance with parking, entry and seating.

We look forward to a good game and that everyone enjoys the day.

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