By: Hibernian Media on 19 Jul, 2019 17:30
Hibernian’s first competitive home match of the season is against Alloa Athletic on Saturday 20 July at 3pm.
Our matchday information round-up has all the need to know details ahead of the Betfred Cup tie at Easter Road Stadium.
The Ticket Office will be open from 10am until 1pm selling tickets in the East and West Stands to Hibernian supporters.
The Family Ticket Package is also available until 1pm tomorrow, so buy yours now to take up the fantastic offer.
From 1pm ticket sales will cease from the Ticket Office, allowing them to focus on enquiries, and the Ticket Pods at the East and West Stands will open for Hibernian fans to purchase tickets from.
Tickets can still be purchased online and printed out at home, allowing you to avoid all of the matchday queues at the Ticket Office and Pods.
Family Ticket Package:
1 Adult and 1 Under 18 ticket - £16
To select this package, please go to the match on our e-ticketing site and then select the Packages and Find Seats For Me tab. The Family Ticket Package will be at the top of the list and applicable to both Season Ticket holders and non-Season Ticket holders.
Adult - £15
Over 65 - £10
Under 18 - £10
Student - £10
Wheelchair supporters will have their 2019/2020 Season Ticket seats reserved and are advised to contact the disabled helpline by calling 0131 656 7066 if they wish to purchase them.
Local residents have recently written to the club complaining about supporters parking in areas which are causing them issues accessing their property and accessing on grassland areas, blocking off areas where children and families go to play.
We care about our neighbourhood and kindly request that supporters are considerate of local properties and the needs of the residents who live in them when choosing where to park in the vicinity of the stadium.
If possible, please use public transport to get to the ground.
Behind the Goals
Behind the Goals will not be open until the first home league game of the season against St Mirren on Saturday 3 August.
The Hibernian Clubstore will be open from 10am-3pm, allowing supporters to purchase the brand new Hibernian home and away strips and browse their full range of stock!
Whether you want the snazzy new purple number, a scarf, some leisurewear or any other Hibs-themed item be sure to pop in ahead of the game.
Hibs TV will have live coverage of the action, with audio commentary for UK subscribers and video for international subscribers. Coverage starts at 2:45pm, and we’ll have all the post-match reaction as well as the full match replay and highlights from midnight.
Subscriptions start at £5.99 a month for UK subscribers and £11.99 for international fans.
Earlier this week we announced that Curtis Sport will be our Programme Partners for the 2019/20 season. This year’s edition of The Hibee is a modern take on a classic design from the 1980s, with the sloped effect running throughout the programme.
Adam Jackson is the featured player in Issue 1 of The Hibee with the defender chatting about why he opted to join Hibernian and that overhead kick against Dunfermline in pre-season. Also in the programme, we have interviews with Amy Muir and Yrik Galantes, Classic Programme looks at one from the 2015/16 season against Alloa Athletic, the Hibernian Community Foundation tell us about the partnership with the club, and Unlikeliest Heroes focuses on defender Hugh Howie’s extraordinary goal – the only one he scored for the club!
We also have Club News, Looking Back, a section on Alloa Athletic, plus the columns from Paul Heckingbottom and David Gray, all available for just £2 in a reduced sized programme for this match.
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.