Tickets for the biggest game in Peterhead Football Club’s 125-year history are now on sale.
The north-east club will face Rangers in the Petrofac Training Cup final on Sunday, April 10, at Hampden Park in what will be the side’s first senior cup final.
An initial allocation of 3,600 tickets has been given to the Blue Toon and these are available to buy at Balmoor Stadium on weekdays between 10am and 3pm.
Tickets are priced at £20 for adults, £10 for concessions and £5 for under-16s.
Peterhead hopes to sell out its initial ticket allocation and take more than 3,600 fans to cheer on the side in its first national cup final.
To help fans make the 400-mile round trip from the north-east, the club has arranged for 14 official supporters buses to travel to Glasgow on the day.
Bus tickets cost £10 per person and can be purchased from Balmoor.
Buses will pick-up in Ellon and Aberdeen en-route from Peterhead.
April’s final will be one of the biggest moments in the club’s history.
A range of corporate hospitality packages are also available for the final and these can be arranged directly with Hampden Park, just call 0141 620 4040.