Tayside Police has reminded fans that Saturday's Dundee versus Dundee United friendly at Dens Park is all-ticket.
Around 9,000 people are expected to attend the football fixture at Dens Park and Tayside Police has reminded supporters that the all-ticket match has strict segregation in force.
The home support should enter the ground at the turnstiles in either Dens Road, Sandeman Street or at the rear of the West Stand (Bobby Cox). Areas allocated to the home fans include the South Covered Enclosure, the West Stand (Bobby Cox) and sections D-G in the Grandstand.
Dundee United supporters should enter Dens Park either at the rear of the East Stand (Bob Shankly) or at turnstiles in Tannadice Street. Visiting fans have been allocated the East Stand (Bob Shankly) and sections A-C in the Grandstand.
Supporters should ensure they arrive in good time for the match. The gates open at 2pm on Saturday, with a kick-off at 3pm.
Chief inspector David Barclay, match commander, said: "Whilst the local derby is a highly anticipated event and fans are encouraged to enjoy the game, we ask that those attending also respect the segregation areas. Please be aware that anyone who is found in the opposing supporters’ end of the ground will be ejected. This is an opportunity for all football fans in the area to enjoy a long awaited local derby match. Please don’t spoil it."
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