Supporters are reminded that there will be FREE admission when Cliftonville face Ballymena United in tomorrow night’s Danske Bank Premiership clash at Solitude.
The original fixture, which took place on January 2, was abandoned at half-time when high winds compromised the safety of spectators, players and officials alike – and, as anyone who purchases a Matchday Magazine tomorrow will discover, was the 19th Reds game in history to be stopped short.
Ahead of kick-off, tickets for our forthcoming Tennent’s Irish Cup Semi Final clash with Loughgall will once again be exclusively available to Members and Season Ticket holders from The Reds Shop (7pm-7.45pm), with any remaining tickets going on General Sale immediately after the match – providing fans with all the more reason to ensure attendance!
Though no entrance fees will be charged for supporters of either team, Cliftonville Football Club will still face standard running costs to host the fixture and, to help with the covering of these expenses, would be grateful if fans – whether in attendance at the January 2 abandonment or not – could pay a visit to the Social Club, make a purchase at The Reds Shop or snap up a copy of The Red Eye. Your assistance, just like your support for the team, would be very much appreciated.