Ballymena United supporters are putting the finishing touches to their preparations for Saturday’s WASP Solutions League Cup final against Cliftonville at Windsor Park.
But just in case fans still have some loose ends still to tie up, here is some useful information for supporters planning to attend the final.
Admission prices are £12 for an adult ticket and £8 for a concession ticket, and ALL fans must have a valid ticket to gain entry - there will be no cash turnstile available at Windsor Park.
Tickets are available from the following outlets throughout this week:
Stirling Trophies: weekdays - 9am-5.30pm; Saturday - 9am-12 noon.
The Kiosk, Ballymena Train Station: weekdays - 5am-6pm; Saturday - 5am-4pm.
Ballymena Showgrounds Reception: Tuesday and Thursday - 7-9pm.
Fans wanting memorabilia for the final are advised that there is a limited stock of flags (£8) and scarves (£8), which are on sale at Stirling Trophies, 37 Queen Street, Ballymena.
Tickets are still available for the supporters’ train organised by the Spirit of 89 Supporters’ Club, in conjunction with Translink, and can be purchased at Ballymena railway station (platform one) while stocks last.
Translink request that supporters allow the scheduled 2pm train to depart before entering the platform area to board the special service. Stewards and PSNI officers will be present to assist boarding with a high volume of passengers anticipated.
Those travelling by train can leave the train at either City Hospital or Adelaide Halts.
Those using Adelaide Halt are requested to move to and from the Stadium via Great Northern Street using the footbridge to/from the turnstiles/exits at Donegal Avenue
Fans travelling by private car should park in the residential areas on the Lisburn Road/Donegall Road side of the Stadium to facilitate entry via turnstiles at Donegall Avenue.
Motorists should consider local resident and emergency vehicle access when deciding where and how to park.