Supporters travelling to Dens Park for Saturday’s cinch Premiership match between Dundee and Hearts should read the following information.
Tickets can only bought directly from Hearts. There will be no tickets on sale at Dens Park on matchday, so supporters without tickets should not travel.
Supporters are encouraged to plan their journey accordingly and arrive early at Dens Park so as to avoid queuing to enter the stadium.
Supporters' coaches should park in Neish Street and supporters travelling by car should be aware that there are parking restrictions in and around Dens park and these restrictions will be enforced.
As this match will have an anticipated crowd of less than 10,000, proof of vaccination will not be required, however, the club strongly advises that fans follow Scottish Government guidelines with regards to keeping safe in public, including the mandatory wearing of face coverings on public transport, which can be viewed here.
Supporters are also strongly encouraged to do a lateral flow test before arriving at Dens Park in order to keep themselves and everyone aroud them safe.
Searching will be in place and is a condition of entry to the stadium so please cooperate with stewards and police. Anyone deemed to have consumed excessive amounts of alcohol will be refused entry, and supporters 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.
Dens Park is a no smoking stadium with no designated smoking areas. Anyone caught smoking will be ejected from the stadium.