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Motherwell v Aberdeen | info for the travelling Red Army

September 10, 2021 12:49 pm Author: AFC Media Team
Motherwell v Aberdeen | info for the travelling Red Army

notes from the pre-ops meeting this week


SPFL Cinch Premiership

Motherwell v Aberdeen

Saturday 12 September 2021

Fir Park


3.00pm KO

Aberdeen supporters attending the match are as ever advised to make regular checks with Traffic Scotland if they are travelling by road. They should also listen to traffic updates on the radio.

Aberdeen supporter’s coaches and mini-buses can park at the South Stand. Access via Dalzell Drive. Coaches should not arrive to park earlier than 1pm as the area is being used for other activities prior to this time.

Car parking is available at the Civic Centre on Windmillhill Street on a first come, first served basis.

Aberdeen Support will be accommodated in West half of the South Stand. The upper and lower tiers will be open to allow for social distancing should that be the preference.

Turnstiles will open at 1.45pm. It will be possible to purchase a ticket at the South Stand on match day. Please be guided by stewards. CASH only, please. Kiosks will be open and are “cash only”.

Please note tickets are NOT for allocated seating. Supporters are kindly asked not to congregate on the concourse or in the vomitories.

Masks should be worn in internal areas of the stand and when moving throughout. Mask wearing is encouraged at all times.

Please remember that you may not be permitted entry to the stadium if you are believed to be drunk. Please expect to be searched before entry. This is normal practice and supporters should be familiar with such requests by Stewards and Police.

No smoking of cigarettes or E-cigs is permitted in the seating area or concourses. Prolonged standing can become a safety problem. Please abide by any direction given by stewards.

Please have regard to public safety and the continued COVID protocols, which all players and match officials abide by, and refrain from encroaching onto the track side or playing surface unless instructed to do so in an emergency.

Strictly no pyrotechnic devices to be taken to the game, ignited in any stand or to thrown on to the pitch. No missiles or other objects should be thrown on to the pitch.

Please try to leave bags at home or leave securely in cars and buses as this may delay your entry. Large bags may be refused if deemed to be a hazard.

No surfing flags. Flags and banners must conform to the relevant fire regulations. No flags to overhang advertising boards or cause obstruction or danger to other members of the public.

The size of the flag is at the discretion of the home club Safety Team.

The requested drum is authorised.

Both Clubs operate a zero‐tolerance policy regarding racism or sectarianism.

No missiles or other objects should be thrown on to the pitch.

Safe travels everyone and COYR! 


As at all fixtures, unacceptable conduct will not be tolerated. Any individuals attending the match who are found to have engaged in unacceptable conduct may have disciplinary action taken against them. This may include removal of ticketing privileges for games, removal of season tickets and bans from stadiums for a specified period/or other appropriate sanctions. Unacceptable Conduct may also lead to criminal charges. Reference should be made to the SPFL Rules regarding Unacceptable Conduct.