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Arbroath vs Falkirk – Segregation Details

Arbroath vs Falkirk – Segregation Details

Would all supporters attending this Saturday’s William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round match between Arbroath and Falkirk at Gayfield Park on Saturday 18th January please note that supporter segregation will be in place.

It is acknowledged that this decision does restrict the normal movement of supporters inside Gayfield however it is an absolute club priority to ensure that all Supporters can attend the match in a safe and friendly environment and enjoy the football on show.

Arbroath FC supporters will occupy the Harbour End of Gayfield, which will sweep round to the the TV Gantry whilst also gaining access to the Harbour side of the Main stand.

Falkirk supporters will be allocated to the the Pleasureland End (Switchie End) of Gayfield whilst also being permitted to Sections A and B of the Main Stand.

We expect a large crowd to watch this weekend’s anticipated fixture.

Your co-operation of the segregation arrangements is greatly appreciated by both clubs.

Gayfield Admission Prices for the William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round;

This game is non-ticketed, with cash only operated turnstiles the only way to enter.

£15 – Adults

£10 – Concessions (Child, Students, OAP 65+, Disability Entry with a free carer)

£20 – Family (Adult and Child)

Please note Season Tickets are not valid.

Postponement – If this game is postponed it will be replayed on Wednesday 22nd January 2020 with a 7.45pm kick off at Gayfield Park, Arbroath.

Replay – If this game requires a replay it will take place on Tuesday 28th January 2020 with a 7.45pm kick off at the Falkirk Stadium.



Arbroath FC are a family and community club therefore any we do not accept any disorderly or drunken conduct inside Gayfield Park. Any form of unacceptable Behaviour will be positively dealt with by our Stewards.

Any person who is deemed drunk will not be permitted inside the ground.

No Bottles, glass or plastic, will be permitted within the Stadium.

It should go without saying that no pyrotechnics are allowed within Gayfield Park. These devices are extremely dangerous and there is significant potential for them to cause serious injury and damage to the pitch / stadium.


Please also advise that the Main Stand is strictly a No Smoking area and that the use of E Cigarettes are also not permitted within the Main Stand.

Disabled Access

Gayfield Park, home of Arbroath FC has two enclosed disabled seating areas on either side of the main stand which are reserved for wheelchair users and their assistants / carers. Each area can accommodate up to 3 wheelchairs and 3 assistants / carers.

These areas also have wall attached seats which fold down in place for any assistant or carer that is present on the day.

Each side is accessible via a smooth flat surface suitable for wheel chairs with a disabled toilet on the opposite side of the stand.

Our match day stewards are always on hand to give assistance either into the ground, or to the accessible areas.

Unfortunately due to Gayfield’s location we don’t own any parking spaces around the ground, but there is plenty of spaces on either side of the ground to park which is all completely free.

If the distance from the main gate to the accessible area is too far, then we are happy to accommodate a vehicle into the ground for a close drop off. In this circumstance we would please ask that you contact the club a day or two before hand and arrive a little earlier than normal.

We offer a concession admission for those with a disability and free admission to any assistant or carer present.

We are a community club and hope to give all visiting and home fans the same experience as they are welcomed into our ground.


Unfortunately due to Gayfield’s location we don’t own any parking spaces around the ground, but there is plenty of spaces on either side of the ground to park which is all completely free.

If you are coming from the direction of Dundee, there are many spaces on Queen’s Drive next to Pleasureland, of if you continue past Gayfield there is Inchcape Park which is your first right after Gayfield. It is next to the Sea which offers street and overspill onto the grass.

This area is currently suffering from water damage, and is muddy so please be careful if you choose to park here.

Full Details can be found on our website – https://www.arbroathfc.co.uk/match-day-information/

If you have any questions we are always there to help Telephone; 01241-872157 or email; office@arbroathfc.co.uk

We hope all supporters enjoy their day on Saturday.

C’mon the Lichties

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