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Mon 27 Feb 2012

MOTHER'S DAY LUNCH

Peterhead Football Club invites you to the Blue Toon Lounge to enjoy

MOTHER'S DAY LUNCH

on Sunday 18th March

12.30pm

Enjoy a delicious 3 course lunch prepared freshly onsite by Harry Fraser Catering, followed by tea, coffee and home-made fudge.

Lunch will be served at 12.30pm in the cosy surroundings of the Blue Toon Lounge while musical entertainment will be provided in the background to add a special touch.

Treat your mum, grandmother or special loved one to lunch for only £14.00 per head (includes 3 courses plus tea, coffee and home-made fudge)

Book now to avoid disappointment

(please note all tables must be pre-booked prior to the day)

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MENU

£14.00 per head

 

Starter

Prawn & Tomato Salad with Lime Mayonnaise

Chicken Liver Parfait with Beetroot Chutney & Oatcakes

Cream of Carrot & Coriander Soup

 

Main

Poached Peterhead Haddock Mornay

Roast Topside of Scottish Beef with Yorkshire Pudding & Oatmeal Stuffing

Sauted Chicken Supreme with Wild Mushroom & Cream Sauce

Served With A Selection of Seasonal Vegetables & Potatoes

 

Dessert

Sticky Toffee Pudding with Toffee Sauce & Ice Cream

Cranachan Cheesecake

Fresh Fruit Pavlova

followed by

Tea of Coffee Served with Home-Made Fudge

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Vegetarian option provided on request

Large parties welcome

ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED

Call 01779 478256 to book your table today

 

 

 

Peterhead defeated Annan Athletic 3-2 at Balmoor today. Please revisit the site shortly for a full match report.

Wed 22 Feb 2012

CANS FOR YOUTH TEAMS

 

SCOTTISH FOOTBALL SCORES AS IRN-BRU PLEDGES £70,000

TO YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

- Fans urged to ‘drink it, crush it, score it’ in launch of SFL Cans for Youth Teams initiative -

Football fans and communities across Scotland are being urged to pitch in and do their bit to score a share of cash for their local youth team as IRN-BRU and the Scottish Football League today (Tuesday 21st February) unveiled a £70,000 investment to help fund the future development of Scottish football.

 

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The IRN-BRU Cans for Youth Teams initiative will award each of the 30 clubs in the Scottish Football League (SFL) a share of £70,000 – the more IRN-BRU cans collected, the larger the share they will receive.  

 

Cans for Youth Teams collection bins will be placed around SFL football grounds and participating local stores and key venues in each of the 30 communities, making it easy for members of the public out shopping or fans attending a game to drop in their used cans of IRN-BRU before the cut off date of May 5th 2012.  

The IRN-BRU bus will also visit every SFL club over coming weeks to encourage supporters and communities to collect Cans for Youth Teams.

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Martin Steele, Senior Brand Manager for IRN-BRU, commented: “The passion fans have for the future of Scottish football is something we share at IRN-BRU and that’s why we’re investing in developing the players of tomorrow. Whether you’re involved in your local club, you know a rising football star or you just want to support your community, you can do your bit. So instead of throwing your can away, put it to good use - drink it, crush it and score it.”  

David Longmuir, Chief Executive for the SFL, added: “Youth development is a priority for all SFL teams. Year on year more resources are being placed on developing and nurturing the incredible young talent we have here in Scotland. IRN-BRU’s £70,000 investment in Cans for Youth Teams will help clubs throughout all three divisions provide better equipment, training facilities and improved coaching. 

 

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“Last year’s campaign was a great success and I urge all football fans to help their local club climb the prize league by supporting the campaign and dropping off their empty cans in the IRN-BRU bins.“

 

Supporters can follow their team’s progress this year through the Cans for Youth Teams League Table which will be issued to press and available online at www.phenomenalfooty.com. The final league table will be unveiled at the IRN-BRU SFL Phenomenal End of Season Awards due to take place on the 23rd May 2012.

 

FRIDAY 16TH MARCH - HILTON TREETOPS HOTEL, ABERDEEN

It is that time of year again, when Peterhead Football Club hold our annual Sportsman’s Dinner. In the past these dinners have been enjoyable nights for all involved and this year’s event promises to be no exception.

 

Our annual Sportsman’s Dinner has become a landmark event in the club’s social calendar and this year Peterhead Football Club is delighted to welcome speakers John Hartson and Paul Reid, as well as the North East’s leading compere, Ian Thain. In addition to this exciting entertainment, guests will also enjoy the fine fare of the Hilton Treetops Hotel in Aberdeen.

 

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This event will be a memorable night out which will go a long way to supporting the team and the club would be delighted if you and your guests would join us. Should you be interested in taking a table at the dinner, or require further information, please contact me at the club on 01779 478256, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The standard table package costs £450 + vat and includes a table of ten people, however we may also be able to accomodate smaller groups - please enquire. At the dinner your company logo will be shown on display screens throughout the evening and free transport will be running from Peterhead to the dinner if you and your guests would like to take advantage of this.

Blue Toon manager Jim McInally blasted his side's habit of starting games slowly, as they recovered from losing a first minute goal to earn a point against Stranraer.

Craig Malcolm opened the scoring for the visitors after just 54 seconds before Rory McAllister's spot kick three minutes before the break levelled the scores.

Despite Peterhead pushing forward in droves, they could not force home what would have proved the winning goal, McAllister's shot off the post the closest they came.

McInally admitted his side could have been blown away in the first half hour, and praised goalkeeper Paul Jarvie for a string of superb saves which kept his side in it.

The former Scotland midfielder said "It was a terrific game. We were lucky still to be in it. The goalie's pulled off a couple of double-saves to keep us in it but we came back into it the last 15 minutes of the first half and dominated the second half. We were unlucky not to win it.

"The first game we played after I came here was against Stranraer and they were miles better than us. We've been down there and there was nothing in it, and there was nothing in it again today so it shows we've come a long way.

"We've been trying to pick off the teams above us, and if we keep playing like that we'll win games."

Martin Bavidge congratulates Rory McAllister

Man of the match Jarvie was forced off with an injury in the dying stages of the game and McInally added "He's had a bang on the elbow. We don't know how serious it is yet. Jel (Raymond Jellema) is a decent keeper too, so we're OK as far as keepers go.

"In all the games he's been in, it's the first time I've seen Paul having to make saves and they were brilliant saves, good reaction saves. We're thankful for it."

A full report is now available, with match highlights on Blue Toon TV.

January's Platinum Club was drawn in the Blue Toon Lounge a few moments ago.

This month's lucky winners are:

£500 - 078 - Paula Keys

£200 - 171 - Bill Smith

£100 - 156 - Sonia Taylor

FRIDAY 16TH MARCH - HILTON TREETOPS HOTEL, ABERDEEN

It is that time of year again, when Peterhead Football Club hold our annual Sportsman’s Dinner. In the past these dinners have been enjoyable nights for all involved and this year’s event promises to be no exception.

Our annual Sportsman’s Dinner has become a landmark event in the club’s social calendar and this year Peterhead Football Club is delighted to welcome speakers John Hartson and Paul Reid, as well as the North East’s leading compere, Ian Thain. In addition to this exciting entertainment, guests will also enjoy the fine fare of the Hilton Treetops Hotel in Aberdeen.

 

 hartson  paul reid

 

 

This event will be a memorable night out which will go a long way to supporting the team and the club would be delighted if you and your guests would join us. Should you be interested in taking a table at the dinner, or require further information, please contact me at the club on 01779 478256, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The standard table package costs £450 + vat and includes a table of ten people, however we may also be able to accomodate smaller groups - please enquire. At the dinner your company logo will be shown on display screens throughout the evening and free transport will be running from Peterhead to the dinner if you and your guests would like to take advantage of this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cove Rangers take on Peterhead this Wednesday 8th Feb in the first round of the Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield Draw.

K.O 8pm

Due to Saturday's postponement this game will now be played at Berwick on Tuesday 28th Feb at 7.45pm.

Jim McInally was upbeat despite watching his side succumb to league leaders Alloa Athletic at Recreation Park last night.

The Blue Toon boss praised both sides for their commitment to attacking football, in a match which saw The Wasps run out worthy 3-1 winners.

Defender Ben Gordon’s early opener was cancelled out by Rory McAllister’s thunderous strike ten minutes before the interval, only for Mark Docherty to re-establish the home side’s lead two minutes later.

On-loan St Johnstone forward Stevie May added a third, before Alloa’s former Aberdeen goalkeeper Scott Bain pulled off a tremendous double-save to deny Ryan Strachan and Dennis Wyness.

McInally said "I thought it was a terrific game. I’m not saying we deserved to win, but 3-1 was a bit harsh on us, especially second half.

"We started the game really poorly and I think it takes a wee while to adjust to the pitch, but it was two teams just going for goals.

Jim McInally

"I’ve just said to the boys that they’ve been selling themselves short all season. That’s a team that are seven points clear at the top of the league and for me, second half, there was only one team in it.

"I went a bit gung-ho, we went 3-4-3 and they caught us on the counter attack a couple of times, but their keeper has pulled off a couple of unbelievable saves out there. Only one of them needed to go in and we were back in the game.

"I don’t like praising in defeat, but we’ve won some games and now come and played the top team and I think we were every bit as good as them."

"Alloa are a really good team, they passed and moved for the first twenty minutes as though we weren’t on the park. It was quite refreshing to see two teams just going for goals and I’m sure the people who were here enjoyed it."

A full match report is now available.

Peterhead had to come from behind to maintain their good form against Queen's Park. The Blue Toon were deservedly behind to a Sean Burns goal at half-time, but a change of formation saw them hit back through a Rory McAllister double to earn the points.

Manager Jim McInally said "It was Jekyll and Hyde. The first half was shocking to say the least, and I take the blame for that because I changed the shape a bit.

"I thought we were outplayed and outfought in the first half, but after we changed it we were the better team and deserved winners.

"I told Rory to go out and score goals, to do what Rory McAllister does. In the second half you saw what he was all about, and if he keeps playing like that we’ll keep winning games.

"We’ve come a long way. Five weeks ago we were bottom of the league and now we’re up to seventh. That’s great credit to the players. They took a lot of criticism for what went on before, but I can only applaud them for their efforts."

A full match report is now available.

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PFC players Aaron, Conway, Paul Watson and Alan Rattray are now out on loan for the remainder of the season.

Former loan signing from Ross County, Garry Wood, has now signed for Montrose FC.

For further information please revisit the website at a later date.

 

Jim McInally was able to make his first Peterhead signing last week when he brought Dundee midfielder Graham Webster to the club on loan for the rest of the season. Graham has already played first team football for the ‘Dee, yet still qualifies to play at Under-19 level, and is regarded by Dens Park boss Barry Smith to have a real future in the game. The switch to Balmoor should prove a “win-win” situation for all concerned, with Graham gaining valuable first team experience while Peterhead have the benefit of securing the services of a young full-time player who is eager to learn his trade.

 

graham webster

BORN: Dundee 10.12.92

CLUBS: Dundee, Peterhead (loan)

CAREER APPEARANCES: 4

CAREER GOALS: None

Despite his age, Graham has already formed a strong physique and is unlikely to be intimidated by the rough-and-tumble of the Third Division. He is seen as a box-to-box midfielder who is just as comfortable defending on the edge of his own penalty area as he is moving upfield to support the attack. Jim McInally suggested that his main priority this transfer window was to improve his defensive options, if at all possible, but he has been frustrated in his efforts so far. However, in the meantime Ryan Strachan has been a revelation since dropping back into defence and Graham Webster will be aiming to prove that he is more than capable of filling any midfield vacancy that might have arisen.

Last season was one of turmoil at Dens Park with the club being forced into administration, and having a transfer embargo placed on them. One of the advantages of Dundee being unable to sign any players was that it presented opportunities to some of the younger players on the club’s staff who were handed first team experience sooner than they might have done otherwise. Graham Webster was one such player, and having been named as a substitute several times during the course of the season, he was handed a starting place for the first time against Stirling Albion last April and added a further two appearances before the season ended.

Dundee had their transfer embargo lifted last summer and were able to strengthen their threadbare squad. That meant that Graham’s hopes of earning an extended run in the side suffered a set-back, and as a result he has only had one first team opportunity this season, coming off the bench for the final 15 minutes in the narrow Ramsden’s Challenge Cup defeat to Falkirk back in August. Graham’s prospects suffered a further blow in October when Dundee signed Scotland international Gavin Rae, a player who plays the same position as Graham, and similar in style to the young midfielder.

We wish Graham all the best for his stay at the club and hope that the experience he gains at Balmoor will stand him in good stead for the future.

Tue 24 Jan 2012

SPORTSMANS LUNCH

One of the upcoming events in our fundraising calendar, is the new Sportsman's Lunch, which takes place at Balmoor in the Blue Toon Lounge on Sun 19th February.

This event featyres fantastic entertainment in the form of popular after dinner speaker John Gahagan, and former FIFA Referee John Rowbotham.

All guests will also enjoy a delicious lunch provided by Harry Fraser Catering.

Tickets cost only £25 and are available from the Club Office while stocks last!

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Blue Toon manager Jim McInally had mixed feelings after watching his side grind out a 1-0 win over former club East Stirlingshire.

Dennis Wyness netted the only goal of the game eleven minutes before the interval, after Shire keeper Callum Antell had dived full length to push away a Scott Ross header.

McInally said "It was a good result but a poor second half. We were worried about the comedown from last week but I thought we overcame it because first half we played some decent football and could have had two or three goals.

"I told them at half-time to keep at it because I knew East Stirling would keep at it. They’ve got a mentality that whatever goes against them, they stick at it. For 15 minutes in the second half they gave us a really tough time and could have got a couple of goals.

"I thought we saw the game out fairly well but it just wasn’t good enough, especially second half, and the players know that. They’ve now won three out of four games, though, and winning’s a habit. Hopefully it’s a habit we can get them used to."

A full match report is now available.

MORRISON MOTORS ABERDEENSHIRE SHIELD DRAW

The draw for the Morrison Motors Aberdeenshire Shield Draw recently took place at The Haughs, Turriff, throwing up some interesting ties along the way. Peterhead face a busy February with all the ties scheduled to be played in the month. The draw is below in full. Please note that SFA Chief Executive Stewart Regan drew the home teams, while President Campbell Ogilvie drew the away sides.

FIRST ROUND Tuesday 7th Feb/Wednesday 8th Feb

Fraserburgh v Keith

Deveronvale v Buckie Thistle

Aberdeen University v Huntly

Formartine Utd v Turriff Utd

Cove Rangers v Peterhead

QUARTER FINALS Tuesday 14th/Wednesday 15th Feb

Banks O' Dee v Aberdeen

Fraserburgh/Keith v Deveronvale/Buckie Thistle

Aberdeen University/Huntly v Inverurie Locos

Cove Rangers/Peterhead v Formartine Utd/Turriff Utd

SEMI-FINALS Tuesday 21st/Wednesday 22nd Feb

Cove Rangers/Peterhead/Formartine/Turriff v Banks O'Dee/Aberdeen

Aberdeen Uni/Huntly/Inverurie Locos v Fraserburgh/Keith/Deveronvale/Buckie

FINAL Tuesday 28th Feb

 

 

 

Upcoming Fixture Scheduling and Supporters Bus Details

 

 

The revised dates for Peterhead Matches are as follows:

 

Aberdeenshire and District FA League 2011/2012

Monday 16th of January - Balmoor Stadium - Cove Rangers FC

8pm Kick off – Entry £2 for adults and £ 1 for under 16’s

 

Aberdeenshire and District FA League 2011/2012

Monday 30th of January - The Haughs - Turriff United FC  -   8 pm Kick off

 

Irn Bru 3rd Division League

Tuesday 31st of January – Hampden Stadium – Alloa Athletic FC -   7:45 pm Kick off

Supporter’s club bus list for Alloa and Clyde away on the 21st is up in the Balmoor sports bar and ready so if you want to cheer on the Blue Toon, come and join us.

Pick ups in Mintlaw, Ellon, Balmedie and Aberdeen if required

No Supporters Bus planned for Berwick Rangers Away on the 4h of February.

Wed 11 Jan 2012

PETERHEAD 0 CELTIC 3

Peterhead's Scottish Cup adventure came to an expected end against Celtic at Balmoor, but the memories will live long for a side who didn't disgrace themselves against the current SPL leaders.

With Peterhead sitting second-bottom of the Third Division an upset never really looked on the cards, but Jim McInally's men held strong for much of the first half before Anthony Stokes netted the first of what would be a Balmoor hat-trick.

The game was over when Stokes notched his second just before the hour mark, and the third came with just eight minutes remaining. 

Please visit the Match Report Tab for the full Match Report.

Mon 09 Jan 2012

PROGRAMMES

Following yesterday's match against Celtic at Balmoor, there are some Peterhead v Celtic programmes left over. These make a great souvenir of the day and are still available to purchase.

If you would like to order a copy, please email office@peterheadfc, call 01779 478256 or send a self-addressed, stamped envelope with payment to the club.

 

Tickets for this match have now sold out.

If you have tickets at the club to collect and pay for you can do so on Match Day by visiting the CLUB SHOP in the car park.

Tickets must be paid by cash or cheque tomorrow, no card payment will be possible.

Thank You.

Tickets for this match are now completely sold out.

Tue 03 Jan 2012

THIS SEASON AT PFC

The much anticipated Peterhead v Celtic match for the William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round may almost be here, but there are a few other exciting events being organised by PFC this season.

"COFFEE & CRAFTS" -

Following the huge success of the PFC Christmas Fayre back in December where we featured over 30 stalls from local businesses and crafters, we are hoping to repeat success with our next shopping event, Coffee & Crafts.

This takes place on SAT 18th February from 10am - 2pm in the Blue Toon Lounge. Revisit the website later this week for more information on this event.

SPORTSMAN'S LUNCH SUNDAY 19TH FEB

Please find below details of a new event for PFC this Season - our Sportsman's Lunch in the Blue Toon Lounge featuring not one, but TWO special guest speakers: John Gagahan and John Rowbotham.

This event takes place on Sun 19th Feb 2012 and ticket price includes a delicious Lunch.

Tickets £25.00

Seats are limited so please call now to reserve yours!

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PFC ANNUAL SPORTSMAN'S DINNER

PFC will once again be holding this event at the Hilton Treetops Aberdeen in March. Please revist the website soon for more information on this exciting event! Sponsorship opportunities will be available.

Merry Christmas from all at PFC

As a special treat for our Platinum Club members in the festive season, in addition to the usual £500, £200 and £100 monthly prizes we have a fantastic 5 x £1000 prizes to give away!

This Christmas Platinum Draw took place in the Blue Toon lounge at today's match and the lucky winners are as follows:

£1000 No.164  Peter Bruce

£1000 No.140  Edward Shreeve

£1000 No.160  Jim Jamieson Jr

£1000 No.161  James Jamieson Sr

£1000 No.068  Brian Smith

£500  No.007 Duncan Brown

£200  No.055  William Duncan

£100  No.157  Leah Jamieson

Mon 26 Dec 2011

MATCH UPDATE

Over the festive Season and into New Year Balmoor Stadium will be a hive of activity with 3 home games in quick succession:

BOXING DAY - PETERHEAD V MONTROSE

MON 2ND JAN - PETERHEAD V ELGIN CITY

SUN 8TH JAN - PETERHEAD V CELTIC William Hill Scottish Cup 4th Round

For those still looking for tickets for the Peterhead v Celtic tickets they are available for sale from the front office at PFC and will be for sale on the next 2 match days (while stocks last).

To keep up to date with the latest information on these fixtures revisit www.peterheadfc.com regularly.

 

In response to concerns raised regarding the admission of Under 12s to the Peterhead v Celtic game, please see the following:

While Under 12s are usually admitted free with any paying adult (not just season ticket holders), at the Peterhead v Celtic match every person admitted through the turnstiles requires a ticket as agreed by PFC and Celtic FC.

Similarly, there will be no concessions offered for this game in accordance with agreements reached between Peterhead FC and Celtic FC.

Any young supporters with a Junior Season Ticket will be admitted to the game, as this includes Cup Games.

 

 

 

Following Tuesday night's sale of tickets, here is an update of our FAQ section regarding this match:

WHEN WILL THE CELTIC MATCH TICKETS BE ON SALE AGAIN?

The remaining home end tickets are now on public sale. To obtain a ticket please come to the front office at Balmoor Stadium on any weekday between 9am and 5.30pm.

Tickets are not transferrable and may not be offered for sale without the prior written permission of the Club. Any tickets offered for sale outside the stadium will be confiscated and the police will be informed.

WHY WAS WERE PUBLIC SALES ORIGINALLY LIMITED TO 2 PER PERSON?

It was decided to limit the tickets to 2 per persons to ensure sufficient tickets will still be available for the loyal fans that come to every Peterhead FC Home Match. Now fans have had 2 separate opportunities to purchase their tickets, they are now available to anyone who wishes to buy for the Peterhead end only.

WHAT IS THE ALLOCATION PER PERSON THIS TIME?

At the moment there is no set allocation.

I PAID FOR A £23.00 SEATED TICKET BUT IT SAYS £18.00 GROUND ON THE FRONT, WHY IS THIS?

Look at the back (white side) of the ticket. There should be a blue PFC stamp. This is what gets you into the stand on Match Day so be sure to bring the correct one!

IS MY SEASON TICKET VALID FOR THE CELTIC MATCH?

Yes - if your season ticket is for Cup & League Matches (it will state so on the front of the ticket). If your ticket is league only, you will need a Match Ticket.

NORMALLY I BRING AN UNDER 12 WITH ME AND THEY GET IN FOR FREE - WILL THIS HAPPEN AT THE CELTIC GAME?

No - I'm afraid even Under 12s will require a ticket at this Cup Match. Due to agreements reached by the two teams, all who come to watch this game will require a ticket unless they have a Cup & League season ticket for this season.

I HAVE A SEASON TICKET FOR THE STAND - WILL I BE IN MY NORMAL SEAT?

Unfortunately there will be some people that will have to be moved within the main stand. This is purely for security and ergonomic reasons.

All valid season ticket holders for the main stand will have a seat allocated; further information will be provided soon to affected persons. We apologise for the inconvenience.

WHY IS THE BALMOOR CAR PARK BEING CLOSED?

It is expected to be the largest ever attendance at Balmoor for a match. There are also major constructions on the site with Sky Television, a Marquee and police security in operation, so it was decided to limit the vehicle access to the stadium to absolute minimum to ensure pedestrian safety at the stadium for entry and exit.

All vehicles must be out of the Balmoor Car Park at 12:00 on Sat 7th of January or they will be removed. Disabled supporters can apply to the club for disabled parking but this is extremely limited. In the event of an invalid or non-existent car park pass the vehicle will be refused admission to the car park.

WHAT OTHER PARKING RESTRICTIONS ARE THERE?

Balmoor Terrace and Catto Drive will have parking restrictions. Celtic supporters will access the Stadium via Catto Park - all Peterhead Supporters will access the Stadium via Balmoor Terrace. There will be strict segregation outside the stadium and there will be no access to home turnstiles via Catto Park.

There is 'drop off only' on Balmoor Terrace. Alternatively car parking is available in the community centre bus park or former Focus Car park.

WHY IS THE TICKET PRICE HIGHER FOR THIS GAME AND WHY NO CONCESSIONS?

Scottish Cup gate income is shared between the clubs and agreement had to be reached with Celtic in regards to ticket pricing - the price being charged was the agreed price after discussions with Celtic.

WHY IS THERE AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR ENTRY TO THE EAST STAND (DUNCAN CRESCENT SIDE)?

There is an overwhelming demand for seated viewing and to ensure that entry was managed safely then a ticket arrangement was decided for the East Stand.

I WANT A TICKET FOR THE CELTIC END, CAN I GET ONE FROM PFC?

The Celtic allocation has been fully issued to Celtic Football Club - they are controlling the distribution of Celtic end tickets. A ticket for the Celtic end can only be purchased from Celtic FC.

BUT WHAT IF CELTIC SUPPORTERS HAVE BOUGHT A TICKET FOR THE PFC END?

There will be strictly no admittance to Balmoor Stadium in the home end of any person wearing or displaying Celtic Colours. There will be no reallocation to Celtic end for the stadium - the person will be refused entry or ejected from the stadium.

Balmoor Stadium Ground Regulations and the Peterhead FC Unacceptable Behaviour Policy will be strictly enforced during the event.

WILL THE PETERHEAD SPORTS BAR BE OPEN AS NORMAL?

No. The Bar will be closing at 14:30 for 2 hours, reopening at 16:30. The Peterhead match will not be shown in the sports bar. The toilets in the bar will be closed from 13:30.

WHAT ELSE HAS CHANGED?

There will be a significant operation to check tickets and searching for unauthorised items. This may delay entry slightly. It is strongly recommended that supporters turn up early to avoid being delayed and to gain the best possible viewing position.

Any flag must have the appropriate fire safe certification to be permitted entry to the stadium, no advertising hoardings to be covered by flags. Large flags will not be permitted entry to the stadium.

WHAT HAPPENS IF THE GAME IS CANCELLED OR ABANDONED?

If the game is cancelled, please retain your ticket for entry to the rescheduled match. A date will be advised.

If the match is abandoned, pleasure ensure you have retained your ticket. Re-entry to a rescheduled match will be by the ticket stub of the match on the 8th January.

Hopefully this helps - if there are any questions you have that are still without answer after reading this, please mail them to // This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. // or call 01779 478256.

Thank you to all who came and purchased their tickets for the above at last night's game.

As there are still tickets left these are now on public sale and will be sold on a first come first served basis.

The only tickets now available are for the ground (standing) and they are £18.00 each.

There are no concessions and these will be for the Peterhead end only, no Celtic end tickets are available to buy at PFC.

To buy your tickets please come to the front office between 9.00am and 5.30 on weekdays.

Following a pitch inspection, this game is ON. K.O 7.45pm

Ticket sales for the Peterhead v Celtic match will be going ahead tonight:

Tickets will be sold within the grounds from 7pm until 7.45pm (k.o) from the old club shop (next to the tea hut) and may only be accessed by those going through the turnstiles to see tonight's game. The limit is 2 per person or 4 per season ticket holder.

To ensure yourself a ticket, please be at the club for 7pm as once the ticket office closes, no further sales will be made that night. If tickets do not completely sell out tonight, a further sale day will be announced. Watch this space.

TICKETS £18.00 EACH, NO CONCESSIONS

Ground-Only tickets left, no further seating available.

Due to tonight's poor weather conditions, tonight's Elgin v Peterhead match has been postponed. Please revisit the website soon for information on when this will be rescheduled.

 

 

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