Supporter information for Hearts v Hibs on Saturday 9th April.
Tickets: SOLD OUT
Turnstiles open: 2pm
Ticket Office hours: 9am until kick-off | SEMI-FINAL SALES WILL STOP AT 2PM AND RECOMMENCE AT FULL TIME
Clubstore hours: 9am to kick-off
Eighteen74 Bar (Main Stand): Open from 12pm to match ticket holders
Please note that COVID-19 passports/tests are no longer required for entry.
This match is a complete sell out with no more tickets remaining. Home fans who have still to collect their match tickets can do so between 9am on matchday and kick off. Please note that semi-final tickets can be purchased on Saturday but sales will stop at 2pm before recommencing at full time.
Turnstiles and Entry Points
Turnstiles will open at 2pm.
Searching is a condition of entry to the stadium and anyone who does not agree to be searched when requested or who fails comply with the instructions of stewards or police will be denied entry to the stadium, as will any supporter who is deemed to have consumed excess alcohol.
Fans are reminded not to engage in any form of unacceptable conduct. Supporters should not attempt to take any article in to the stadium that could cause or be part of any incident of unacceptable conduct - this includes alcohol, flares, smoke devices or any type of pyro - and anyone who engages in or contributes to unacceptable conduct will face sanctions from the club.
Any supporter who enters trackside and/or the pitch is likely to be arrested and charged, and will be subject to club sanctions.
Seated in the Wheatfield Stand?
Supporters are reminded that they can enter via both the Wheatfield AND Gorgie Stand turnstiles, regardless of which of these two stands they are seated in.
The Eighteen74 Bar will be open from 12pm until kick off for pre-match refreshments to match ticket holders, and will re-open to supporters at full-time.
Kiosks will be open throughout the stadium.
The official match programme will be on sale outside the ground and in the Clubstore on Saturday.
CLICK HERE to buy online.
All supporters should be aware that the wearing of face coverings indoors is still mandatory. You must wear a face covering when moving around the inside areas of the stadium.
Do not attend the match if you have any of the general symptoms of COVID-19
It is recommended that you should complete and return two negative lateral flow tests throughout the week.
Hand sanitising is available on entry and throughout the stadium. Use frequently.
Although social distancing is no longer a legal requirement, in the interests of everyone’s safety please continue to practice social distancing wherever possible.
Please adhere to the advice of the stewards and staff and stadium public address messages.