logospartansGood luck to Spartans in the Scottish Cup on Saturday – Come on Spartans!!

The gates will open at 1.00pm.  Admission is £12 for adults, £8 for concessions and Under 12’s are FREE – continuing their commitment to offer affordable football for all.

The Ainslie Park arena holds 3500 people, with 500 seats in our covered stand, with 90 seats reserved for Berwick fans in the North section.

There are reserved seats in the stand for all those with a hospitality ticket or those with a ticket allowing access to the cafe/bar. These tickets have been distributed amongst Voting Members and Season ticket holders. Other supporters are advised to get to Ainslie Park early if they want to ensure they get a seat in the stand.

Toilets will be located at the North Bank and behind the Main Stand.

The external tea bar beside the changing rooms will be available from 1.45pm.

If you are arriving by car, please note that Pilton Drive will be closed between Morrisons and Ferryfield House due to roadworks.  There is a full programme of events taking place within the neighbouring Ainslie Park Leisure Centre.  Supporters are advised to park elsewhere or to travel by public transport. Entry to the Spartans car park is by pre-arranged car park passes only.

Any Berwick Rangers fans looking for a venue before the game, please contact Queensberry Bowling Club. The club is located just a few minutes walk from the Pilton Avenue entrance and have room for about 100 people. They recommend phoning ahead on 0131 552 6858 to avoid disappointment.

Members of the media will be given a pass when they enter the ground allowing access to a private room which will have wifi. Team sheets will be placed in the room when they are available.

For up to date information in the run up to the game, keep tuned to this site, our Facebook page: Spartans FC and via our Twitter feed: @spartansfc where we are using the hashtag #BeThe12thMan – can you make us ‘trend’ in Edinburgh this weekend.

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A learning and development professional whose mission is to help people be the best they can be. Specialise in leadership development. I also support people through coaching, counselling and mentoring. I value authenticity, honesty, loyalty and integrity. These are my core values. I have been worked for over 30 years as a manager and leader in both private and public sectors. I have practical experience in dealing with a range of issues with an empathic ear. Sport, politics, music, travel – so many things I enjoy. Life is for living. Enjoy every day – don’t let fear get in your way as change comes along. As the Macnab clan motto says – Let fear be far from all.
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