By: Hibernian Media on 05 Jul, 2019 12:09
Hibernian travel to East End Park on Saturday 6 July to take on Dunfermline Athletic, with the game kicking off at 3pm.
Paul Heckingbottom’s side are continuing their preparation for the new season, with this just the second match in pre-season. Find out all of the matchday information you need for that game.
Our supporters will be housed in the East Stand and those arriving without tickets can purchase at the ticket pods located at the stand. Turnstiles will open from 2pm and searches will be conducted as part of the entry to East End Park, please comply with the instructions of the stewards at the turnstiles and throughout the ground.
Wheelchair supporters: £12 (carer FOC)*
*We advise all disabled/wheelchair supporters to contact the disabled line on 0131 656 7066 in order to book their tickets.
Pre-Match Supporters Bar
Dunfermline Athletic are kindly permitting the travelling Hibernian supporters into the Rennie Suite, which is located at the Main Stand, ahead of the match.
This will open at 12pm for all of our fans heading to the game.
The stadium address is East End Park, Halbeath Road, Dunfermline, KY12 7RB.
From the Forth Road Bridge exit the M90 at Junction 3 and take the A907 (Halbeath Road) into Dunfermline - the ground is on the right.
There is an official Car/Coach Park at the north end of the ground which can be accessed via Leys Park Road on a Matchday. There is a £2 charge for all cars and a £7 charge for buses.
Away support may find parking on the north side of the cemetery and then walking through the cemetery the simplest solution with the fastest get away.
Alternatively, you may wish to park in the town centre, which has plenty of car parks and within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the ground.
Hibs TV will have live coverage of the action, with audio commentary for all of our subscribers.
Coverage starts at 2:50pm and we’ll have all the post-match reaction as well as the full match replay and highlights packages available as soon as possible in the aftermath.
Supporters who attend the game are reminded not to engage in any unacceptable conduct at the match.
You are reminded that any person having a flag(s) or banner(s) and the like which may contain offensive or otherwise unacceptable material and/or flares, fireworks, devices capable of emitting smoke or the like and/or any other object which may cause or be part of any incident of unacceptable conduct on his/her person or any such person refusing to be searched shall not be admitted to the ground and any ticket held by him/her shall be liable to be confiscated without compensation and he/she shall be liable to such other proportionate sanction as the Club may determine.
Persons so engaged are likely to be arrested and may be the subject of a football banning order.