Arrangements for supporters travelling on club ferry and coach package to Glasgow on Wednesday
Posted : 16th July 2017 at 11:49:35
Supporters attending Wednesday's game in Glasgow are reminded of today's earlier news item in connection with remaining match ticket sales and travel package sales.
Eventsec and club stewards will be on each of the 3 Belfast Bus company coaches.
It is vital that all supporters cooperate with the stewards and authorities at all times during travel to and from Celtic Park.
Supporters are reminded that alcohol is not permitted on buses in Scotland.
Supporters must be at the Belfast Stena Line terminal by 6.30am on Wednesday.
Supporters should board and remain on the bus which they were allocated to. (1, 2 or 3) when they made their booking at Windsor Park.
Supporters should bring their receipt slip and match ticket when being checked against the clubs list for each bus prior to boarding of each of the 3 buses.
Supporters will join their bus prior to the bus embarkation onto the ferry and supporters will rejoin their bus prior to the bus disembarkation off the ferry in Cairnryan.
Coaches will proceed to Ayr where there will be a 90 minute approximately stop over for lunch.
Supporters should follow the stewards instructions as to when to rejoin the coaches prior to departure.
Coaches will then proceed to Ibrox park where there will be a further stop.
At approx 6pm the coaches will leave for Celtic Park where searching will take place at the entrance to the visiting section.
There will be a large police presence in the stadium (as well as the club and event sec stewards) and any offensive chanting or the use of pyrotechnics will be severely dealt with.
Linfield supporters will be held back for a period after the game prior to the return coach journey to Cairnryan.
In addition to the club's 3 coaches, the club is also aware of other supporters club coaches, including 1st South Belfast and 1st Raven travelling independently and certain aspects of the above will also apply to them.
Have a safe and enjoyable trip to Glasgow and at all times, do nothing to harm or damage the name of the club you are supporting.