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League Cup

2022 LEAGUE CUP FINAL: MATCHDAY GUIDE

12 Mar 2022
football

Ahead of today's massive BetMcLean League Cup Final, we have all the key information for supporters of both teams heading to the game.

Tickets are still on sale
A limited number of tickets are still on sale if you haven’t got yours yet for the final – buy online at www.nifootballleague.com/tickets

Stadium access
Cliftonville fans should access the stadium from the Boucher Road for both the North Stand and West (Kop) Stands.

Coleraine fans should access the stadium from the Donegall Avenue entrances to the stadium for both the South and East Stands.

Gates open
Gates open for supporters of both clubs at 1.30pm for kick-off at 3pm.

Parking
There is strictly no parking available within the stadium. 

Avoid the queues
We’re delighted that approximately 11,000 fans will be attending the 2022 BetMcLean League Cup Final but that means that fans of both clubs should be aware that traffic will be heavier than usual in the areas surrounding the stadium.

Fans are encouraged to leave extra time for their journey and have tickets ready for scanning and ensure they follow directions to the assigned turnstiles.

Boost giveaways
The NI Football League are delighted to have partnered with Boost for a League Cup Final giveaway that will allow fans to pick up a free bottle of Boost Sport outside the stadium.

Soak up the pre-match atmosphere
Keep an eye out for face-painters, our social media team and club mascots as we build up to the biggest ever League Cup Final.

Smoke bombs and flares
The use of smoke bombs, flares or pyrotechnics of any kind is strictly prohibited inside Windsor Park and can lead to prosecution.

Live Coverage
If you haven't got a ticket for the match you can follow the game live on Sky Sports from 2.30pm, or alternatively through the @OfficialNIFL social media live matchday feed.

The Irish Football Association’s Spectator Behaviour Protocol is available here