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Upcoming Match Info: Ross County v Rangers

Ross County v Rangers 

Wednesday 30th October 2019

The following notices apply to the forthcoming fixture:

  • There will be NO ONSITE PARKING at the Global Energy Stadium for the match. Various parking will be available throughout the town and unauthorised vehicles will be rejected from entry at the ground. 
  • The Hamilton Lounge will be closed for this fixture. 
  • The Staggies Bar will open at 5.30pm for the match, however no food will be served during their opening times for the match. 

 

Ross County host Rangers FC on Wednesday 30th October 2019  in the Ladbrokes Premiership with the game kicking off at 7.45pm.  The match is a sell out and supporters are reminded to leave early, give plenty time for parking and making their way to the stadium. There will be No Public parking at the stadium and police and stewards will be on duty in and around the stadium to ensure that ground regulations are fully applied particularly in relation to alcohol related issues and any public disorder. Traffic flow round about the stadium and in the town will be very busy so again plan your travel arrangements and leave plenty time for getting into the stadium which opens at 6.45 pm.

 

David O'Connor, Operations Manager commented " The match on Wednesday against Rangers is a high profile fixture where the ground will be at capacity and security staff will adopt a robust approach to ground regulations and codes of conduct to ensure the match is enjoyable for all the right reasons. To this end any away fans who attempt to enter or enter the home end will be refused admission or will be ejected by security staff. Supporters are asked to collect tickets from the club before Wednesday if possible this will help with queuing on the night. Can I also ask supporters to come early where possible as there can be a tendency for supporters to arrive shortly before kick-off and this just adds to frustration.


This is an important fixture for the club and I encourage supporters to come along and support the both clubs with safety in mind. The overwhelming majority of fans will come to the match with their friends and family to enjoy the fixture, please support the club and the police in ensuring that you can do so in a safe and secure environment ".

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