Arrive Early For Glasgow'S Biggest Game

ImageA bumper crowd is expected at Firhill Arena tonight for the Warriors" crunch Heineken Cup clash with Saracens and supporters are being encouraged to arrive early to avoid long queues.

Despite the wet weather, the pitch is playable and the game will go ahead as scheduled.

The game will kick-off at 8pm with gates, turnstiles and bars (in the Jackie Husband Stand)_opening at 6:30pm.

The North Stand will be opened for the first time as the Glasgow Warriors continue to build momentum into what could be the biggest game in the club's history.

With the North Stand open, the official capacity of Firhill Arena will rise to 6,900 with an unreserved seating policy in operation in both stands.

The Warriors have experience their highest ever pre-sale of tickets and are taking steps to ensure as many fans can enjoy the Warriors experience as possible.

Access to the North Stand will be via the cash turnstiles located at the rear of the stand.

Please note, the North Stand is not covered by The Arena's alcohol license, therefore supporters wishing to enjoy a drink at the game are encouraged to book their ticket in advance so that they can gain access to the Jackie Husband Stand. As always, those consuming alcohol at The Arena are urged to drink responsibly.

The maximum number of ticket outlets and turnstiles will be open to minimise queues and to ensure supporters can gain access easily and efficiently.

The first 2,000 supporters that enter The Arena will be handed a free pair of Glasgow Warriors cheer sticks.

All tickets are priced at _15 for adults and _5 for concessions (including under 18s, students and OAPs).

Supporters can book secure their tickets now and collect them at the game by calling the Glasgow Warriors" Ticket Hotline on 0844 800 3490.

The Ticket Hotline is open from 9am until 2pm today with the Ticket Centre at The Arena opening from 6:30pm.