There's only hospitality tickets remaining for our Premier Sports Cup final against Celtic.
The match will take place on Sunday 19 December, 2021 and will kick-off at 3pm at Hampden Park.
It was an incredible experience at the national stadium for the semi-final against Rangers, and we can’t wait to see you all there again in greater numbers!
The last time we lifted the Scottish League Cup was back in 2007 after an amazing 5-1 win over Kilmarnock.
We now have a chance to write a new chapter in our history books…
Easter Road Breakfast Brunch (Inc return travel to Hampden Park)
Like the semi-final, a breakfast brunch will be available at Easter Road!
This hospitality package, which includes a breakfast buffet, a match ticket in the West Stand, and return travel to Hampden, is available for at £75 for an adult or £50 for concession.
At Hampden Park
Package available to purchase for the South Stand Lounge at Hampden Park includes:
- Complimentary wine, beer, cider & soft drinks (spirits available to purchase)
- Three-course plated meal
- Complimentary programme, exclusive prize draw and ex-player interviews
- Half-time refreshments
- One-hour post-match complimentary wine, beer, cider & soft-drinks (spirits available to purchase)
- Executive padded seat in the West Section of the South Stand
- Smart casual dress code in the suite
Price - £280
Supporters can purchase either by clicking here - or direct over the phone on 0131 656 7075.
Official Club Coach Travel
Once again supporters can take advantage of the official coaches being put on by the club.
Coach travel will cost just £15 and there will be pick-up points from Easter Road, Straiton Park & Ride, and from a location in West Edinburgh, which is still to be confirmed.
You can purchase coach travel by clicking here and more information will be detailed in due course.
Ticket Office Opening Hours
Monday – Friday: 10am – 4pm
Matchday Saturdays: 10am – half-time
Non-matchday Saturday/Sundays: CLOSED
Covid Passport Information
Vaccine passport checks will occur at Hampden, so we’d urge all supporters to carry their Covid Passport when attending the game or having a negative lateral flow as per new government guidance.