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Cowden v Pars - tickets on sale on day of the game

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Cowden v Pars - tickets on sale on day of the game

PostedNovember 24, 2010

Ticket sales are fast approaching the 2000 mark for the Fife derby between Cowdenbeath and Dunfermline Athletic on Saturday 27th November (kick off 3pm). The game is one of the most eagerly anticipated of recent years and promises a packed Central Park and electric atmosphere to match the occasion - buy your ticket now and make sure you don't miss out!

The Club is pleased to announce that the Police have agreed that tickets can be sold on the day of the game. Please note that the match remains 'all ticket' but tickets will be available for sale from designated turnstyles on the day of the game. However, purchase now if you want to guarantee your ticket and avoid queing for briefs on the day of the game.

Tickets are priced as follows:

  • Family ticket (1 adult + 1 child) = 20
  • Adult = 15
  • Concession (OAP/Under 16) = 8.

You can purchase tickets from the following outlets (up to Friday 26th November only):

  • Central Park office - Tickets are on sale from the club office between the hours of 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Local businesses - Wee Jimmies, the Junction Bar, Kassy's Kitchen and the Woodside Hotel are selling tickets during their normal opening times

Tickets will only be available from designated turnstyles at Central Park on the day of the game.

Online and postal orders are no longer available for this game.

Tickets are available for both the West Terracing and North Stand (old). Season ticket holders do not require to take any further action as season tickets are valid for this match.

Phone 01383 610166, or email if you require further information about tickets.

Away fans should contact the Dunfermline Ticket Office on 01383 745909, or email

Supporters are reminded that segregation will be in place for this game - click here to read the segregation policy.

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