Get tickets to the biggest party in Toon

02-07-2015. Picture Michael Gillen.
02-07-2015. Picture Michael Gillen.

Football fans are asked to come join the biggest party in Toon as tickets for the Petrofac Cup Final at Hampden go on sale this Thursday at 10 am.

Peterhead will play Rangers at the showpiece final on April 10 and Blue Toon fans are urged to come lend their vocal support on the day.

Tickets can be purchased from Balmoor from 10 am to 3 pm on Thursday and then every weekday after that at the same times.

There are three ticket prices after bosses at the football club worked hard to get concessions on some tickets.

Adult tickets will cost £20, the concession tickets for 16 to 18-year-olds and over 65 is £10 while under 16s can get a matchday ticket to the final for £5.

The club will also lay on sponsored buses for the big day with coaches leaving from Balmoor to Glasgow and back for only £10.

The buses will operate on a first come first served bases and fans are urged to get their names down early to avoid disappointment.

Rodger Morrison, Chairman of Peterhead FC, said: “We are really grateful to the local business community and patrons of Peterhead FC who have sponsored several buses which are available to our fans at the great price of £10.”

The club are hoping that fans will travel down in force and lend a party and family atmosphere to the first showpiece event of what is turning into a fantastic season for Jim McInally and his boys.

Nat Porter, General Manager of Peterhead FC, offered why the day was such a big opportunity for football fans old and young to get down and see The Blue Toon play a national cup final at Hampden.

Mr Porter said: “For £15 a fifeteen year old kid can get a ticket and a bus down to Glasgow to see his home town play a cup final at Hampden.

“It’s great when you look at it like that.”

Nat hopes to see as many people travel down to the game as possible and hopes for a carnival atmosphere.

Buses will leave Balmoor at 9:15 sharp and any local business who wish to sponsor a bus can get in touch.