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PREVIEW: Clyde v Elgin City

Clyde will host Elgin City at Broadwood tomorrow in Ladbrokes League 2.

Both sides have enjoyed a positive start to the season – occupying third and fifth places in the table – and both following on from a victory last weekend.

The Bully Wee have an injury doubt over Jack Boyle (back) but otherwise a full squad is expected to be available.

Danny Lennon spoke to the official website this afternoon:-

“We’ve been happy so far, apart from the Edinburgh match. It’s been a decent start but still with room for improvement. We’ve now followed two defeats with two victories and it’s now a case of, what way we will go.

“We need to find consistency and the players know that if they fail to turn up in any game then they will be lucky to take anything from it. We’re aiming to reach the same standards every week and myself and the staff are pushing really hard for that.

“There were positives in our performance last week but we know that we could – and should – have had more goals. We’ve worked hard this week on making the right choices in the final third and converting more of our chances.

“Elgin have also made a decent start and they had a great away result last week after a long journey, so we need to be wary of that and ready for the challenge that they will bring.

“It was great to see an increase in the home crowd last week and I thought they were really good and got on board with the game very well, especially in the first half. We will certainly need that again tomorrow. I know I’m repeating it and it’s an old cliché, but I don’t think the supporters realise how much their energy can pass down to the team on the pitch.”


Kick-off: 3pm

Match Mascots: Matthew Anderson, Dunoon and Karlie Reid, Kirkintilloch.

Special Guest: Andy Willock – former Clyde winger who featured in almost 200 matches for the club during the 1980s.

Admission Prices: Season tickets and Arria Silver memberships are eligible. Entry prices are; adults £14, concessions £9, Under-12s FREE (when accompanied by an adult). Free under-12 tickets should be collected from the Clyde Office before entering via the turnstiles. The office is situated in the pod at the south end of the Main Stand.

Entry: Turnstiles D, E and F will be open, all as ‘cashless’ entry points for contactless credit or debit cards. Apple Pay and Google Pay will also be accepted. Home or away fans unable to use this facility should go to the ticket window (adjacent to turnstile C), where adult and concession tickets can be purchased for cash.

Visiting Supporters: Fans of Elgin will be directed to the designated away section at the South end of the stand.

Car Parking: Access to the Main Stand car park will be restricted to those with accreditation; players, staff and officials, visiting directors, Silver Arria members, hospitality guests and those with disability parking badges. All other vehicles will be directed to the West Stand car park.

Club Shop: Situated between turnstiles B and C, the club shop will be open from 2-3pm and 4.45-5.15pm for the sale of home replica tops, polo shirts, t-shirts, scarves, hats, scarves and a selection of other items.

Arria Lounge: Open from 1-2.45pm and 4.45-6pm. Entry as follows:-

  • Season ticket holders (adults & concessions) – vouchers will be taken at main reception
  • Club owners without a season ticket – Pay cash at the ticket window for match admission then enter through main reception where ticket will be taken. Name checks will take place.
  • Other guests – Pay for match admission as above. Guests must be signed in by a season ticket holder or club owner.

Smoking Area: Open at half-time only, in the designated area at the North end of the Main Stand (South end for away fans).

The Clyde View: Issue 6 of the club’s 68-page matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £3.

Teamsheets: Available from the Club Shop approximately 30 minutes before kick-off and charged at 20p per copy.

Lottery: Clyde FC Lottery tickets will be on sale in the Arria Lounge and the kiosk area, for Wednesday’s draw with a jackpot of £20,000.

200 Fund: Draw 4, for a prize fund of £1,045, will take place on the pitch at half-time and the winner will be announced immediately.