Updated Thursday, 3rd December 2009
Partick want a full house for the visit of Dundee and the Sons of the Rock are going ticket crazy
|Partick Thistle v Dundee
The Jags are hoping to see the Jackie Husband stand full for this weekend’s crunch First Division game against table toppers Dundee. In and effort to achieve this, the Firhill club have launched a promotion campaign called ‘Glasgow's Big Game’ targeted at local schools, shops and libraries.
Thistle are still letting all home and away under-16’s fans in for free to SFL games which hopefully will generate a habit that will pay dividends in the longer term. A club spokesperson said: "We want to completely fill the Jackie Husband stand and create a great atmosphere for this game."
The Firhill game will be visited by SFL’s sponsors Irn-Bru open topped bus and SFL Chief Executive David Longmuir said: "The Irn-Bru bus allows fans to not only receive free merchandise but to record their views about the game on the Irn-Bru Matchbox. There will also be half time entertainment with an inflatable football game and I am sure the big crowd at Firhill will enjoy the added excitement."
Dumbarton v Morton
Saturday’s Scottish Cup replay between Dumbarton and Morton has been made all-ticket. Season tickets are not valid and Dumbarton fans can get their tickets, priced at £12 for adults and £6 for concessions, from the Strathclyde Homes Stadium. Tickets will be sold on a first come, first served basis with Morton handling the sale of tickets for their fans.
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