NEWS
Next up for The Bairns is an away game as we visit Clyde this Saturday. Here is how you can watch the game.
Kick off is at 3:00pm, Saturday the 5th of February.

Falkirk fans will be accommodated in the south end of the home stand, entering by the gates adjacent to turnstiles A&B.

Advance purchase of tickets is strongly recommended to avoid large queuing.

The away car park should be used by visiting fans while overspill parking will be available at St Maurice’s school just of the roundabout as you approach the customary away West Stand. Visiting cars are recommended to arrive early.

Tickets are now on sale via Clyde FC and can be purchased HERE.

Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Adult – £17
  • Concession (over 65/Under 18/ Student/Disabled) – £14
  • Under 18 – £5

Covid Passport/Lateral Flow spot checks will not be taking place, but all supporters are encouraged to take a lateral flow test before arriving at the stadium.

Streaming is available, priced at £13 HERE.

Falkirk TV will be streaming the game live for overseas Subscribers.

BRITISH RED CROSS – UKRAINE CRISIS APPEAL

Clyde FC has arranged a collection for the British Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal to take place at the match on Saturday to allow both home and away supporters an opportunity to contribute to the humanitarian effort within Ukraine.

Supporters will be able to donate when purchasing match tickets for Saturday through the Clyde Ticket Store before completing purchases.

Supporters who have already purchased tickets or will not be attending Saturday’s match can also donate through the Appeal Page on the Ticket Store.

Volunteers from Red Cross will also be present at Saturday’s game to collect cash donations outside turnstiles.

Donations will go to the Red Cross and help the Ukrainian people in need receive aid such as food, water, first aid, medicines, warm clothes and shelter.

The club would greatly appreciate any donations made. Thank you.

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