Team Pd GD Pt
1 Queen's Park 29 20 54
2 Dundee 29 15 50
3 Ayr United 29 15 46
4 Partick Thistle 29 10 45
5 Morton 29 6 43
6 Raith Rovers 28 2 38
7 Inverness CT 28 -2 36
8 Cove Rangers 29 -28 26
9 Arbroath 28 -16 25
10 Hamilton Academical 28 -22 25
Updated: 21st Mar

Scottish Cup Quarter Final

Saturday February 25th 2023

Our Scottish Cup Quarter Final against Rangers will take place on Sunday 12th March 2023 at Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow.

Tickets will go on sale to season ticket holders online on Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th February.

Those with a registered email address on our ticketing system can log in HERE (or at the “Buy Now” button below) from 10am on Saturday to purchase a maximum of 2 tickets per order. Tickets can be posted for £1.50. All orders made online will incur a £2.00 handling fee.

Please note the office will not be open on Monday 27th February. 

Tickets will then only be available from Stark’s Park or by calling the ticket office from Tuesday 28th.

  • Firstly, season ticket holders will get the opportunity to buy in person on Tuesday, 28th February between 1pm and 8pm in the Raith Suite. Those looking to purchase tickets for a group should wait until then to buy.
  • General sale tickets will then be available from Wednesday, 1st March between 1pm and 8pm in the Raith Suite or by calling the ticket office.
  • Then normal office hours, 10am – 4pm, from Thursday 2nd March.

Tickets Prices are:

Adult – £22

Concession – 16/17 Years and Over 65 – £14

Under 16 – £12

Wheelchair disabled – Adult £14 | Concession – £12 | Under 16 – £8 (must be purchased by calling the club from 1pm on Tuesday 28th February)

The club will also be running supporters’ buses to the match. These will be available to book from 1pm on Tuesday, 28th February by calling 01592263514 or visiting in person at the main office.

Busses will leave from the North Stand car park at 10.15am prompt so everyone must be on board by 10am.

Bus travel is £15 for the return journey.

In front of 48275 at Tynecastle Rovers take on Falkirk in the Scottish Cup semi-final. Falkirk take an early lead through Grierson but Jimmy McEwan and Copland make it 2-1 before half-time. A minute into the second half an Andy Leigh OG levels the scores.
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