Supporters heading to McDiarmid Park on Saturday for Hearts’ cinch Premiership match against St Johnstone should read the following information.
There will be over 4,000 Hearts fans making the journey to Perth, so supporters are encouraged to arrive at the stadium early to ease the flow of people entering the stadium.
Tickets are for an allocated seat and supporters should sit in the seat shown on their ticket.
Prior to the match, there will be a minute’s applause for former St Johnstone captain Benny Rooney who passed away recently.
Searching is a condition of entry and refusal to cooperate will result in entry being denied. Supporters deemed to have consumed excess alcohol will be refused entry.
Parking will be made available for supporters’ coaches. This will be free of charge and busses will be parked under stewards’ directions behind the all-weather pitch opposite the Main Stand entrance.
Some parking will also be made available for fans travelling by car, this will be in the stadium car park. The cost is £5 per car, and this will be managed on a first come, first serve basis.
Supporters are advised that parking on the grass verges on the approach roads servicing the Crematorium is unlawful and those who do so are likely to be issued with a fixed penalty ticket.
Fans are reminded not to attempt to bring any prohibited items into the stadium, including pyrotechnics which are inherently unstable and dangerous to the user and those in proximity.
McDiarmid park is a fully non-smoking stadium and anyone breaching this rule will be ejected, St Johnstone do not operate a system of pass-outs for smokers.
Unacceptable conduct will result in ejection from the stadium and any supporter who has been ejected will face sanctions in accordance with our unacceptable conduct policy.