Raith Rovers 


Stark’s Park, Kirkcaldy 

Sunday 3rd February 2013

Kick off: 12:45pm

Stadium Access
The Raith Rovers v Celtic fixture on 3 February kicks off at 12.45 and is all ticket. There will be no cash gate or ticket sales on the day as the ground is at capacity. All 14 turnstiles will be open for public access from 11.15, to provide ample opportunity for supporters to be seated at kick off.

The North (McDermid) Stand will be occupied by Celtic Support while the South Stand is for Raith Rovers Support only. There will be no transfer between Stands and, per conditions of ticket supply, any supporters entering the wrong stand will be liable to ejection.

To assist management of turnstiles and ease of access, tickets will be checked on approach to the stadium and again at turnstiles.

Appropriate flags and banners will be accommodated in the Railway Stand for Home and Away support.

Supporters are reminded that pyrotechnics/smoke canisters etc are banned from the stadium due to the obvious risks they pose to all, but particularly in relation to young supporters and others with health problems. Searches will be undertaken on the approach to and at turnstiles.

All supporters are reminded to familiarise themselves with the Ground Rules which are displayed around the stadium and on Raith Rovers website.

Travel Arrangements/Parking

The best approach to the stadium is via the A92 taking exit for Kirkcaldy West then onto the A910 Oriel Road/Westerbogie Road. The B925 Auchtertool to Kirkcaldy Road will be CLOSED on 3 February for re-surfacing.

There is ample public car parking at Kirkcaldy Railway Station and along the Promenade some 10 minutes from the stadium. Coaches will be accommodated in the Beveridge Park Car/Coach Park which will open at 1000.

There will be no parking available at the stadium other than for disabled guests however disabled parking is very restricted and will be offered on a first come basis. Vehicle access to Pratt Street will be controlled to enable disabled supporters a drop off facility.


 Tickets are for numbered seats. The seat numbers are printed in Red on the bottom right hand corner of the tickets (see image below). There will be signage on approach to direct supporters to the relevant turnstile/internal stair. In relation to the North and South Stands, the Rows are identified alphabetically from A at the front to Z near the rear. After Z, the rows are identified at the very rear of the Stands as AB, AC, AD and AE.

Any questions regarding the above should be addressed to Raith Rovers Office on 01592 263514.

Fans must sit in their allocated seat, which can be seen on the bottom right hand corner

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