ICTFC v Stirling Albion
Premier Sports Cup Group Stage
Saturday 17th July 2021, 3pm KO
Live streaming available ictfc.tv
Following Tuesday night’s 2-0 win against Peterhead at the Caledonian Stadium, we’re back in home action as we face Stirling Albion on Saturday.
Tickets for the game are priced as follows:
£10 for Adults
£5 for Concessions
Seniors (65+), Students, Under 18s and Under 12s
Tickets available online from: https://ictfc.tickethour.co.uk
Fans will be housed in the North and South Stand. Home Fans Only.
The match is available to buy on Pay Per View for £10 from our new streaming platform ictfc.tv
If getting Tickets online, you must present your QR code ticket on arrival or this season you can add your ticket to Apple Pay/Android Wallet.
Reminder that fans that due to current restrictions, it will be unallocated seating in the North and South Stands only for these two games and supporters must maintain 2 metre physical distancing at all times while in the stadium. This means there will be 3 seats between each individual or group.
Each second row will be unavailable for seating due to social distancing requirements and ICTFC Stewards will ensure that the appropriate social distancing occurs on the evening.
We recommend that supporters attending either game should arrive as early as possible for the matches and under Scottish Government Guidance, the wearing of a face covering is mandatory while in the Stadium, unless medically exempt.
The club shop will open from 10am until kick-off On Saturday.
Tickets will be available from the Club Shop until approximately 1 hour before kick-off and then tickets will be available from the windows which are located next to the Shop. Cash or Card will be accepted.
The Shop will remain open for merchandise sales up until kick-off.
Parking is available on a first come first served basis at the Stadium, around 150 spaces available, and costs £3 (Contactless Payment preferred)
Parking is available in the South Stand Car Park Only.
All proceeds go to the ICT Community Development Charity.
FOOD AND DRINK
Under Government Guidance, food kiosks will be closed tonight.
Supporters can bring their own food and drink into the stadium but follow Scottish Football ground regulations so not bottles/hard containers allowed. Paper Cups with lids are acceptable for drinks.