Away Day Guide – Inverness (4th February)
Photo - ICT Website
Tickets now available from ictfc.tickethour.co.uk and from the Club Shop on matchday. Prices are as follows – Adult £20; Concessions (OAPs, Students) - £15; U18s - £6.
Disabled Supporters Information
The following provisions are in place for disabled fans - 26 wheelchair places with adjacent carer seats in both the North & South Stands; 14 wheelchair places with adjacent carer seats in the Main Stand; wheelchair shelters in North Stand and beside Main Stand; 3 wheelchair places with adjacent carer seats in the West Stand and accessible seats available in all stands for ambulant disabled. Reserved car parking bays in Directors, North and South Car parks. The car parking bays are situated in close proximity to the various points of entry to the stadium. Spaces can be booked in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 01463 222880.
Your main point of contact is Inverness CT's Disability Access Officer – David Scott. You can email him - email@example.com or call 01463 222880.
The Gourock Morton Supporters bus will leave Gourock train station at 9.30am. The cost will be decided on the day, message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space.
Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club are NOT running a bus.
There are two services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock at :08 and :38 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. Travel to Glasgow Central and transfer to Glasgow Queen Street.
The 10:07 service from Queen Street is the best bet for a direct service to the Highlands, with the 18:53 being the best option for the return trip. If you do not purchase advanced tickets, make sure you split your tickets as follows for the best possible price – Glasgow Queen St. to Perth (return) and Perth to Inverness (return).
The station is around a 20-25 minute walk from the stadium, supporters are advised to you use the designated walking route through the Industrial Estate which is signposted from Longman Road and avoids crossing the A9 trunk road.
All information taken from the ScotRail website.
Use the M8/M80/A90 towards Perth. From Perth head north on the A9 until you reach Inverness. At the Longman Roundabout before the Kessock Bridge, take the right lane as you approach the traffic lights. Then take third exit and carry on along Stadium Road until you come to the Stadium and away car park. Be prepared for delays on the A9 due to ongoing roadworks and traffic. The approach to the Kessock Bridge can also be busy at peak times.
Photo - Yell
The ICT Social Club (28 Greig St, Inverness IV3 5PX) welcomes away fans and is around a 15 walk from the train station. They also offer a bus service to/from the stadium on matchdays. The stadium has a bar that welcomes away fans, where alcohol is served until 2.45pm and then again at 5pm.