ALL THE INFO: HIBERNIAN (A)

We travel to Edinburgh this weekend knowing that a win just might confirm our place in the top six with one game to spare.

Last time out at Easter Road, the Terrors picked up comfortable 3-0 wins in a performance of complete dominance, goals coming from Nicky Clark, Ryan Edwards and Kieran Freeman past a cheering Tangerine army.

There is still plenty of time to prepare for Saturday’s match, with Arabs able to buy tickets until kick-off, watch live via PPV and also listen live on DUTV.

Tickets

The Tangerine army never fails to amaze us, and this time is no different. Only one section of the lower level remains, with over 1,700 tickets sold for the exterior. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the last day away before the split!

Adults – £30
Over 65/student: £14
12-17 years – £13
2-11 years – £11

Supporters will need to create an account, verify their email address, then log back in via the link to get away support tickets.

Fans will need to either print the pdf file for turnstile presentation or add their digital ticket to Apple/Google wallets for turnstile presentation.

Itinerant/wheelchair supporters and caregivers will NOT be able to purchase online.
Please contact Hibs directly via the Disability Helpline / email 0131 656 7066 or email [email protected]
These will be charged according to the relevant age category, with the personal assistant issued FOC

CLICK HERE to be redirected to Hibernian’s online ticketing portal!

Watch live

Our hosts are offering the PPV for this match, priced at £15. Buy yours HERE!

The international subscription is available for just £16.99 per month and includes live streaming for all matches. To purchase a subscription, international fans can visit tv.dundeeunitedfc.co.uk.

Listen live

Our unique shady commentary is, as always, available on DUTV, for all domestic and international subscribers!

Conduct of supporters

The club have noticed a higher incidence of the use of pyrotechnics in our recent matches, and we would like to reiterate that they are currently banned in Scottish stadiums. Furthermore, we would like to point out that during goal celebrations, fans must not encroach on the side of the track/pitch.

Fan bus parking

Supporter buses will drop off supporters at the North East Precinct before being offered parking spaces at Regent Road (a fee will be charged).

General supporter information

Easter Road kiosks are now cashless and therefore cash payments will not be available.

Fans will be allowed out of the stadium at half-time for the use of cigarettes and e-cigarettes.

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