With the Ross County home match against Celtic FC fast approaching fans are reminded to get their tickets now for what will be a high profile sporting occasion in the north. Tickets are still available and can be obtained on line or by attending the reception at the Global Energy Stadium between 0900 – 1700 between now and Friday.
The game has a 12.45 kick off and is a big occasion for both clubs and the community in and around Dingwall on match day. Supporters are reminded that because the match is an early kick off to leave sufficient travel time to get to the stadium well in advance and should aim to arrive at 1200 to enjoy the atmosphere.
David O’Connor of Ross County comments “ This is a high profile match and we expect a good turnout in terms of both home and away supporters. Safety is our priority and we ask all fans to allow plenty of time to get to the stadium, access the ground and take their seats well before the 12.45 kick-off time. Fans should take advice from the Police Officers and Stewards who will be on duty in and around the stadium from Saturday morning onwards monitoring the situation. This has the potential to be exciting football match and very much a family occasion and all supporters should not need reminded of the standards of behaviour that Ross County expects. Similarly supporters be aware of any announcements throughout the match and listen to Police and Stewards advice at the end of the match”