TICKETS for Elgin City’s rearranged home match against Rangers could go on sale next week on a first come, first served basis.
The Division 3 clash goes ahead on December 22, and Elgin are understood to be planning a public sale of briefs next Monday and Tuesday (December 10 and 11).
A club spokesperson said nothing could be confirmed until they receive the tickets, which are being printed by the Scottish League.
The original fixture was postponed amidst a storm of controversy, when Elgin reportedly sold more than a thousand tickets over their allocated 4,520 Borough Briggs capacity.
The club was fined £25,000 by the SFL and ordered to pay Rangers’ expenses for the game, and are currently subject to a Moray Council investigation over a possible health and safety breach.
Elgin City’s season ticket and gold card holders, along with fans who collected vouchers at previous home matches this season, were able to buy tickets for the November 25 scheduled fixture before they went on public sale.
For this month’s rearranged date, it is believed that no-one will be given priority and all tickets are likely to go on sale to queueing fans over the course of two evenings next week.