MATCHDAY GUIDE: FALKIRK V DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC

The Bairns host Dunfermline Athletic this Saturday in our final derby day of the season. Read our Matchday Guide for all the need to know information ahead of the fixture.

Kick off is at 3pm, Saturday 8th April.

Ticketing

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased onlineHERE or from the Club Shop.

There will be no pay at the gate option.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Main Stand

  • Adult – £19
  • Concession – £12
  • Under 18 – £7
  • Under 12 – Free

Kevin McAllister Stand

  • Adult – £18
  • Concession – £11
  • Under 18 – £6
  • Under 12 – Free

This fixture 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.

With a large crowd anticipated, supporters are urged to make their way into the ground as early as possible. We ask all supporters to arrive early to avoid large queues building before kick-off and the inevitable frustration this will cause.

Those travelling by car please be aware that the car parking area behind the North Stand will be closed. alternative parking can be found at Forth Valley College on Grangemouth Road, Westmains Industrial Park and Callendar Business Park off Callendar Boulevarde.

Anyone with a valid permit will still be able to access the car park.

EXPECT LENGTHY DELAYS

Roadworks and temporary traffic lights along Falkirk Road (A905) could cause significant delays. Please use an alternative route if possible and allow plenty of time to travel to and from the stadium.

There will be a stadium-wide bucket collection ahead of the game to raise money for Samaritans.

When life is difficult, Samaritans are here – day or night, 365 days a year. You can call them for free on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org

Supporters’ Bars

Brockville Bar

The bar will open at 12 noon, at half-time and again post-match. Supporters will be issued a ticket on arrival pre-match which will cover pre-match only, with the same process in place post-match. Once the bar reaches capacity either pre or post match no further supporters will be able to enter. There is no entry fee for this bar. Half-time guests will be served on a first come basis with supporters encouraged to pre-order drinks for the interval.

The club expects the bar to be very busy throughout the day. To help with service supporters are asked to bring their empty glasses back to the bar.

Westfield Café

Entry is strictly by ticket only. All tickets have been purchased in advance for the Westfield, meaning there will be no tickets available on the day for supporters to purchase.

Both bars are strictly for home fans only.

Live Streaming

Falkirk TV will be streaming this game live for overseas subscribers.

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