Club News

Supporter Information: Falkirk (a)

7th February 2020

Hearts supporters travelling to Falkirk for the Jambos’ William Hill Scottish Cup 5th Round tie on Saturday should read the following information.

Tickets

The club’s ticket allocation has sold out and no further tickets will be made available for purchase.

 

Travel

There are currently no traffic warnings for the Falkirk area. Gritters will be treating main routes from 7pm.

Coach parking will be available in an area North of the North Stand, as directed by stewards and police.

There is no car parking available within the footprint of the Falkirk Stadium. Parking is available in West Mains Industrial Estate but supporters are asked not to block the entrance and exits of the premises and to avoid residential areas so as not to disrupt local residents. The roads around the Falkirk Stadium are part of a ‘clearway’ and vehicles left here will be removed at the owner’s expense.

Fans travelling by train should note that the last train from Falkirk Grahamston to Edinburgh Waverley departs at 23:38, with the last train from Falkirk High to Edinburgh Waverley leaves at 00:04.

 

Stadium Access

Hearts fans have been allocated the whole of the North Stand and should enter the stadium via turnstiles 9, 10, 11 or 12. Searches are likely to take place and is a condition of entry, anyone refusing to cooperate with stewards or police will be refused entry to the stadium, as will anyone who is assessed as having consumed excess amounts of alcohol. Any attempts to smuggle in contraband – ie alcohol, pyrotechnics, smoke cannisters – will be denied entry to the stadium and may face police action and/or a stadium ban.

 

No Smoking

The Falkirk Stadium is a no smoking stadium, including vaping. Anyone leaving the stadium to smoke/vape will not be re-admitted.

 

Unacceptable Conduct

Supporters are reminded to represent Heart of Midlothian Football Club in the best possible manner. Anyone attempting to smuggle in contraband – ie alcohol, pyrotechnics, smoke canisters, etc – will be denied entry to the stadium and may face police action and/or a football banning order. Any anti-social behaviour within the footprint of the Falkirk Stadium may see police action.