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Latest News - 05/07/2021

Ticketing Information-Queen of the South

We’re delighted to announce that tickets are now on sale for our Group F Premier Sports Cup tie against Championship side Queen of the South, Tuesday 13th July 2021,7-45PM K.O.

Under current government restrictions we currently have a limited capacity and as a result of this shareholders and season ticket holders will get the first option to purchase these up until Thursday evening. At this point any unsold tickets will be made available for public sale.

The five clubs involved in Group F; Motherwell, Queen of the South, Airdrieonians, Queens Park and ourselves have agreed that ticketing will be one standard price across all of the Premier Cup fixtures and this will be £10 with no concessionary rate available for these matches only. This will apply to PPV streaming as well as the club will be screening both our home matches against Queen of the South and Queens Park,we’d like to thank Premier Sports who have waived the viewing restrictionn that was currently imposed on first round ties.

Tickets are available through our ticket partner Fanbase and anyone who hasn’t registered for the Fanbase App can do so through the link below:
Once registered you’ll then be allocated priority status which will allow you to purchase a ticket direct for the match.
Anyone having trouble with purchasing a ticket should contact Neil Irving at Any log in issues to the Fanbase site should be logged directly at
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