Hearts travel to Hamilton Accies tonight to resume Ladbrokes Premiership action and there will be cash gates on the night for travelling supporters.
The Jambos head to the Superseal Stadium for a 7.45pm kick-off on Monday, November 21st and Hearts fans will be able to pay at the gate on the night.
Pricing is as follows:
- Adults - £22
- Concessions (Over 65, Under 18) - £12
Disabled supporters can purchase tickets from Accies’ Ticket Office at the right-hand side of the West Stand main entrance, please book in advance by emailing email@example.com, tickets cost £10 which includes carer.
Please note that these gates will be cash only and there are no tickets available to purchase in advance through Hearts, so fans are encouraged to arrive in plenty of time at the Superseal Stadium so as to avoid lengthy queues and have cash ready for payment.
Hearts fans can pay at the gate and enter into the ground via turnstiles 7 to 12, which will be open from 6.45pm on the night of the game.
Supporters are reminded that there is a zero tolerance policy on pyro, fireworks, flares or any type of contraband at all Scottish football stadiums and searches may be undertaken prior to stadium entry. Anyone caught with contraband or acting in an anti-social manner will be ejected from the stadium and risk both police arrest and a football banning order.
Supporters travelling to the game by car should be aware of the following information:
If travelling on the M8 from anywhere west of the Ibrox junction fans are advised to take the new M 74, however there are now ongoing major local roadwork issues at M74 junction 5 (Raith interchange), with delays of circa 45-60 minutes at peak times, so it is advisable that all travelling teams, officials and supporters to exit the M74 motorway at junction 6 (Motherwell / Hamilton), totally avoiding junction 5 for the remainder of this year.
Depending on the traveller’s route this will add a minimum 20-45 minutes to stadium journey times, either please exit earlier at Uddingston and come through Uddingston and Bothwell, or exit at Motherwell junction 6 and come back into Hamilton that way, but do please allow extra time for all journeys.
Transport Scotland has warned motorists to expect significant delays on M8, M73 and M74.
• Significant delays expected on M8, M73 and M74.
• Trunk roads reduced to two lanes in each direction for approx. 6 months
• Major works to install new motorway gantries
Motorists are being warned to expect significant delays on the M74, M73 and M8 from 8th August 2016, as work begins to remove existing and install the new motorway gantries, as part of the £500m M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project.
Major traffic management is required along central Scotland’s motorway network to ensure these works are carried out safely. This includes reducing the carriageway to two lanes in each direction and, at times, will result in the closure of various slip roads on the M8, M73 and M74.
The works to remove and install the new gantries are scheduled to begin on the following dates:
• M74 – northbound and southbound between Junction 2A, Fullarton and Junction 6, Hamilton from 8th August 2016 for approximately 6 months
• M73 – northbound and southbound between Junction 1, Maryville to Junction 2, Baillieston, from mid –September for approximately 12 weeks
• M8 – north and southbound from Junction 10, Easterhouse to Junction 8, Baillieston, from mid-August for approximately 6 months