Ross County welcome Inverness to the Global Energy Stadium on Monday night in the William Hill Scottish Cup Fixture which kicks off at 7.15 pm.

Fans of both sides should where possible buy their tickets before Monday. We have opened the ticket office from 0900 onwards on Monday morning specifically for this purpose. There will be tickets available for sale on Monday night but all supporters are advised to purchase tickets in advance bearing in mind the 7.15pm kick off.

This is big match which will attract a large crowd of Ross County and Inverness fans and safety is our first priority.

David O’Connor, RCFC Safety Officer comments “I urge fans to set off early, leave plenty of time to park, walk to the ground and take up seats in the stadium listening to advice and instruction from staff, stewards and police along the way.”

“There is no public car parking at the stadium and as such supporters should factor this into their travel arrangements. Supporters are well aware of the standards of behaviour that are expected at all times and various measures have been put in place by the club and Police Scotland as part of our safety first approach.”

“To this end any supporter both home or away who the club believes is contravening or likely to contravene our Ground Regulations or Codes of Conduct will be refused entry and may be subject to further police action. This is a key football fixture in the North and lets all enjoy the occasion and match day experience”