News Archive - October 2012
Ticket arrangements have been finalised for our first league visit to Ibrox in 54 years. The game takes place on Saturday, October 20, and admission will be strictly TICKET ONLY.
QP fans can only buy their tickets for this game through the Queen's Park offices.
An exclusive sale for members, season ticket holders and QPSA members ONLY will be held in the club premises in Somerville Drive on Friday,
October 5, from 6-8pm.
There will be another sale - again for members, season ticket holders and QPSA members ONLY - on Saturday, October 6, from 10am until noon.
If there are any tickets still available after this, they will be offered to all Queen's Park supporters, and will be sold from the Offices at Lesser Hampden, between October 8 and October 18 during normal office hours
Tickets are priced as follows: Adults £17; Concessions (16 and 17-year-olds plus over 65s) £13; Juveniles (U16) £5.
Queen’s Park supporters will be in the Govan West corner of the Stadium, entering via turnstiles 76 and 77.
Should any supporters wish to inquire about hospitality packages for the game, they should contact Ranger FC direct on 0141 580 8790.
The Club President, Ross Caven, will be holding a briefing session on Monday, October 8, at 8pm in the Social Club at Lesser Hampden. All members
are invited to come along and receive updates on our new development project and other club matters.
Under Orders ... and they're off!!!
The Supporters Association will be holding a race night on Saturday, (October 6), to help raise funds for the youth programme’s Da Vinci trip and also the supporters’ football team.
You can pay at the door (£3), while offers of race sponsorship (a bottle will do for that), raffle prizes - or even horse owners at £3 - would be more than welcome.
TGIF ... and Queen's are playing
Here’s news of a unique experiment, even in the long history of Queen’s Park. Our home league game against Stirling Albion, scheduled for November 24, has been brought forward to the Friday night. It’s part of an SFL experiment to try and boost attendances, and more details will follow, but in the meantime, get that date (November 23) in your diary.