Back in October, as part of a community ticket giveaway initiative, we sent some free tickets up to Dingwall for Ross County fans to make use of at our fixture here in West Lothian.
The Staggies have very kindly reciprocated the gesture, providing us with a number of complimentary tickets for our supporters to use at the upcoming fixture on Saturday 7th January in Dingwall.
A huge thank you to Steven Ferguson, Dale Pryde-Macdonald and all at Ross County for returning the favour and helping some of our supporters to make use of these tickets and save some money, particularly during these challenging financial times.
We have 15 pairs of tickets to giveaway for this game and to be in with a chance of claiming a pair, simply send an email to Dave Black on email@example.com with your full name and a contact number before 7pm on Monday 26th December.
Once we see how many requests there has been, we’ll be back in touch to allocate the tickets – either directly to those who have applied (if 15 or less) or after a draw to determine the recipients.
On this, Livingston FC Head of Commercial & Media Operations Dave Black said: “It’s great yet again to be working with Ross County on allocating some free tickets for our game – this time with our travelling supporters feeling the benefit.
“Whilst both clubs want nothing more than 3 points on the pitch come kick-off, I’m delighted that two progressive clubs in the top flight are able to work together to help fans during these difficult times financially and I look forward to speaking with Steven and Dale again to see what we can do to further this sort of initiative in coming meetings between the clubs.”
Ross County CEO Steven Ferguson added: “We are delighted to be able to work with Livingston on this initiative again. It’s important that during these times teams can come together and find different ways of making football accessible to supporters.”
“It was very successful for us going to Livingston earlier in the campaign and we hope it will be equally as successful for Livingston coming here on the 7th January.”