Livingston Tony Macaroni arena

Hibs’ fans attending the Scottish Championship fixture tonight at the Tony Macaroni Arena, Livingston will occupy the East Stand at the stadium.

Supporters who have purchased tickets in advance should proceed direct to the turnstiles at the East Stand.

Tickets remain on sale at the Hibs’ Ticket Office but supporters who have not purchased advanced tickets will be able to buy tickets at the Almondvale Suite at the stadium on match day and should follow the direction of Livingston Club Officials and Stewards. There are no cash gates so fans need to purchase a ticket before approaching the turnstiles.

Tickets are priced at £20 for adult, £15 concession, £12 for youth aged between 12 and 16 years and free for children under 12 when accompanied by an adult who has a match ticket (up to 3 children), proof of age/concession eligibility will be required.

Parking is available for coaches and cars in Car Park 3 under the direction of stewards and a charge of £10 for coaches and £5 for cars applies. Other parking is available out with the restricted area at the stadium.

The kick-off is at 5.15 pm and turnstiles will open at 4 pm so fans should remember that traffic on the M8 is likely to be very busy so allow extra time for your journey.

There are no major roadworks along the M8 or the A899 on the way to/from the stadium, as always you can obtain up to date traffic information on the Traffic Scotland website or on Twitter @trafficscotland.

Targeted searching will be undertaken by Police Officers and Stewards before entry is permitted to the stadium. The club have asked that fans cooperate fully for the safety of all supporters.

The club have issued  the following statement on the club website regarding supporters’ behaviour “During our two recent visits to Tynecastle the vast majority of our supporters got right behind the team, created a brilliant atmosphere and went home with great memories of the games. For two supporters at the match against St Johnstone on 30 January, this was not the case.  They now find themselves subject to police investigation in relation to two separate incidents. One where an object was allegedly thrown onto the field of play from the Wheatfield Stand and another allegedly involving flares in the Gorgie Stand. Both supporters under investigation have been banned from following Hibernian home and away until further notice. “