A large crowd is expected for Johnstone Burgh and Arthurlie’s Scottish Junior Cup semi-final tie, which takes place this afternoon.

The second-leg match hangs in the balance after a 2-2 draw at Arthurlie’s Dunterlie Park in Barrhead last Sunday.

The park will be open from 4pm, with a 5.30pm kick-off, and fans are urged to arrive as early as possible to reduce queues and traffic congestion. Those with pre-purchased tickets for the match should enter via the main gate and not through the turnstiles.

Those who do not have a ticket can pay at the turnstiles. The club have said they accept cards, however, cash is the preferred method of payment as this will allow quicker entry into the stadium.

Entry to the match costs £10 (£5 for concessions) and under 12s can enter for free.

With the high volume of fans expected today, Johnstone Burgh issued some information for fans arriving this afternoon.

Parking outside the main entrance and in the car park will be reserved for players, officials and anyone with special requirements. Street parking will be extremely limited so fans are urged to use public transport, walk or car share wherever possible.

If you are driving to Keenie Park and parking on the street, the Burgh has asked fans to be mindful of local residents and not to block access to any driveways or properties.

You can follow live updates on the match here: https://tinyurl.com/JnrScotcup.

Photo: Keenie Park is expected to be packed with fans today
Photo Credit: Renfrewshire News

Headline image: Finishing cuts to the grass before lines are added ahead of today’s Scottish Junior Cup Semi Final match against Arthurlie FC
Photo Credit: Johnstoen Burgh FC

By Ricky Kelly

Main writer for Renfrewshire News

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