Supporters attending Heart of Midlothian’s William Hill Scottish Cup fifth-round match against Hibernian on Sunday should note the following information.
The game is a complete sell out, with no general sale tickets available to purchase.
Fans who have purchased tickets but have yet to collect them can do so at the Hearts Ticket Office, situated in the Wheatfield Stand Undercroft. The Ticket Office will be open until 5pm tonight, and from 9am to 3pm on Saturday. The club would urge fans to collect during these times as there will be very limited collections available on matchday.
Supporters of both sides who do not have a ticket should not make their way to Tynecastle Stadium or the areas surrounding it.
Due to limited access to the Main Stand reception, supporters should not congregate in that area pre and post-match, as many have done previously, as stewards will be working throughout the day to keep this area clear.
Ingress and egress routes at the stadium remain the same, but it is advisable to arrive as early as possible and be mindful of building works that are currently taking place.
Season tickets are not valid for this match and allocated seating will be in effect. Unless a season ticket holder has managed to purchase a match ticket in their season ticket seat, they should not attempt to sit in their ‘regular’ seat, but sit in the seat that is displayed on their match ticket.
There will be enhanced pre-turnstile ticket checks for all fans, in addition to concourse ticket checks to ensure that supporters are able to locate their allocated seats.
Fans are reminded that there is a zero tolerance policy on pyro, fireworks, flares or any type of contraband at Tynecastle 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.