The response from supporters ahead of this Saturdays derby has been immense with over 7000 tickets sold. The club wishes to thank each and every one who has purchased a ticket.

With such a large crowd in attendance supporters are urged to make their way into the ground as early as possible. Turnstiles will open 15 minutes earlier than normal at 1.45pm to encourage fans to arrive early and to help build the atmosphere in the stadium. The club will also be holding a minute’s applause pre-game as a tribute to lifelong Falkirk fan and volunteer Gordon McFarlane, who recently passed away. We ask all supporters to arrive early to avoid large queues building before kick-off and the inevitable frustration this will cause.

The game has been classified by Police Scotland and the Club as a high risk game. There will therefore be a significant police presence around the ground and throughout the town. Police are deploying dogs, horses and drones to support the operation. Searches will also be conducted outside the turnstiles to ensure no prohibited items enter the stadium. 

Falkirk FC, Dunfermline Athletic FC, Police Scotland and Securigroup have been working closely over recent weeks to ensure Saturday’s game showcases both clubs and Scottish football in a positive manner. Supporters are asked to adhere to the Club’s supporters code of conduct at all times to ensure The Falkirk Stadium is a safe and welcoming environment for everyone.

Given the strong ticket sales it is unlikely there will be many (if any) tickets on sale on the day, so if you do intend to come to the game, but have not yet purchased a ticket please do so using the link HERE, over the phone 01324 624121 or via the Club Shop.

Thank you once again for your fantastic backing. Let’s get right behind the team to help the Bairns secure a vital three points.

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