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Cup Final Information

Sat, 11th Nov 2006 4:00am

Information for Clyde supporters on admission, travel, match officials, schedule and prize money ahead of Sunday's Challenge Cup Final against Ross County...

Admission

Clyde supporters will be housed in the West Stand (turnstiles 1 to 7):-

Adult: £16
OAP: £8
Under-16: £5

Both clubs have reported that there has been tremendous interest shown by fans wishing to attend the Final and it is anticipated that there will be a great family atmosphere generated at McDiarmid Park on Sunday. Turnstiles will open at 2.00pm and all supporters are encouraged to ensure that their travel arrangements allow that they are in the environs of McDiarmid Park at least 30 minutes prior to kick-off.

Travel

Match Officials

Referee: Craig Thomson
Assistant Referee (West Stand): Willie Dishington
Assistant Referee (East Stand): Jeff Banks
Fourth Official: Mike Ritchie

Schedule

2.30pm: SambaYaBamaba, one of Scotland's best known and loved samba bands, will be performing a wide variety of exciting Brazilian rhythms and Brazilian orientated contemporary styles of music including Rio Samba and Baiao.

2.56pm: Both Teams led by their Captains and escorted by the Match Officials will be welcomed into the arena.

2.57pm: A minute's silence will be held in acknowledgement of Remembrance Sunday

3.00pm: KICK-OFF

3.45pm: HALF-TIME
During the HALF-TIME interval, players from the respective Ross County and Clyde Under-13 Youth Teams will take part in a 10 Second Shoot-Out Challenge Competition.

4.00pm: SECOND HALF

4.45pm: END OF MATCH
In the event of the match being level after 90 minutes, extra-time of 30 minutes (i.e. 15 minutes each way) will take place and thereafter, if necessary, Kicks from the Penalty Mark in accordance with the Rules laid down by The International Football Association Board will be taken. The SFL Challenge Cup and Medals will be presented by the President of the Scottish Football League, Mr John Smith.

Prize Money

THE RUNNER-UP WILL RECEIVE £12,000

THE WINNING TEAM WILL RECEIVE £16,000