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Season Ticket Holders Notice

Season ticket books must be produced in their entirety at all league games to gain entry.

The club are aware that some season ticket holders just bring a voucher from their books to the turnstiles on match day. Unfortunately this has now got out of hand and become a problem as it is obviously being abused by some, giving unused vouchers from other matches to others who in turn say they have brought the wrong voucher.

The club realise that this practice is been perpetrated by the minority but nevertheless it is denying the club that these people claim to support of much needed revenue.

Random non numerical order voucher numbers will be selected at all home games and displayed at turnstiles from our next match on Saturday 6th December onwards. Only the ticket number displayed on the day of the match will be accepted.

Please ensure you have your season ticket book with you at this and all other future league matches. We are sure the majority of our patrons will be understand and fully support these actions that are for the benefit of our club.

Season Tickets are not valid for the Cup match against Dunfermline Athletic on Saturday 29th November.

Stranraer v Dunfermline Athletic Preview

Stranraer badgeWILLIAM HILL SCOTTISH CUP
FOURTH ROUND:

STRANRAER v DUNFERMLINE ATHLETIC

(Saturday, November 29: Stair Park, 3pm)


The Blues stretched their League One unbeaten record to 10 games last weekend with a 1-0 victory at home to Airdrieonians.
Aitken's men now turn their attention to the Scottish Cup tomorrow with divisional rivals Dunfermline Athletic the visitors to Stair Park.
And the manager is pleased to see the team continue to show what they are capable of despite a list of absentees.
He said: "Sometimes getting the three points is the most important thing and that's what we managed to do last Saturday.
"Airdrie are always stuffy and work really hard but we made life difficult for ourselves at times.
"Our squad is definitely being stretched at the moment with a number of guys injured. It's challenging, especially when you lose players who were regulars in the team.
"But we have a great team spirit and the guys back each other. That's what you need to do and we've seen that we've got a bit of quality and strength in depth."
Looking ahead to the clash with the Pars, Aitken added: "The cup is great. There is a bit of romance and it's a competition the fans look forward to.
"There are a lot of Premier League teams playing each other this weekend so there is a chance for lower-league teams to go on a wee run.
"Both ourselves and Dunfermline are well matched but hopefully being at home can give us an advantage."
On the personnel front, Stranraer are missing Scott Robertson, Craig Pettigrew, Adam Forde and Sam McCloskey but Jamie Longworth (back problem) looks set to return.

Food for Thought

Food Bank PosterStranraer FC are well aware of the hardship many within the midst of our community face on a daily basis and when approached by Apex Scotland to try and help in a small way to alleviate poverty within our area we were more than happy to team up and show our support in tackling the problem.

In an ideal world in the 21st century we would show hunger and deprivation the Red Card for good but in the meantime as supporters of the club that has been part of the community for approaching 150 years it’s our chance to help. No one expects Xmas Hampers or luxury items to be donated at either game ( Dunfermline 29th November and Morton 6th December ) but if each and every supporter brought along something it would go some way to make life so much easier for a few in our community,

We are aware that other organisations run similar schemes and in no way want to affect their collections from regular patrons but if you haven’t donated before have a look in your cupboard or add a small item to your weekly shop, it will go some way to easing the burden on a family or individual in Galloway.

If you can’t get to either game, no problem any donation will be taken at the Fitba Bar from today onwards.
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