MOTHERWELL have allocated Rangers 1500 tickets for their Premiership play-off final second leg at Fir Park.


Fresh from squeezing by Hibernian 2-1 on aggregate in the semi-final the Ibrox club will now take on the Lanarkshire side for the last remaining place in next season's top flight.

Ticketing details have now been announced for both legs, with 50 per cent of profit after expenses staying with each home club while the rest is redistributed around the SPFL.

Rangers have given Motherwell 950 briefs for the first leg at Ibrox this Thursday night, while 1500 supporters of the Glasgow club will be housed in the 4500 capacity away stand on Sunday at Fir Park.

It is the same amount allocated to away fans for both games as in the previous round between Rangers and Hibs.

In order to minimise the amount of travelling fans buying tickets for the home sections at Fir Park, Motherwell are restricting sales of tickets to season ticket holders, Well Society members or fans already registered on their ticketing database.

A club statement read: "After discussions between both clubs, Motherwell fans have been allocated 950 tickets for Ibrox for Thursday night's game, priced at £5.

"These will be sold from 3.30pm today on a first come, first served basis, with the modest number of fans who have already renewed their 2015/16 season ticket guaranteed a ticket.

"For the 2nd leg, Rangers have been allocated 1,500 tickets for the Maxim Office Park South Stand. These will be delivered to Rangers today (Monday), who will distribute via their normal channels.

"Home tickets, priced at £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, are still on sale - but will now only be available to Season Ticket holders, Well Society members or 'Well fans who are on the club's ticketing database and have purchased home end tickets before.

"Any Motherwell fans wishing to buy tickets for the home end, should do so by bringing their 2014/15 season ticket or 'Well Society membership card and some sort of photo ID, a maximum of three tickets per Season Ticket / Society member.

"Any Motherwell fan who isn't either a Season Ticket holder or a 'Well Society member or isn't registered on the club system for previous home end ticket purchases, should contact a friend, family member or colleague who is, in order to obtain a ticket.

"Well fans should note that they are responsible for any tickets they purchase."

Both clubs had originally intimated their intention not to charge season ticket holders to attend their respective home games, however, after discovering this would breach of SPFL rules, a reduced fee has been applied.

The price to watch the match at Ibrox stands at £5, while adults will be charged £10 and kids £5 to watch the return at Fir Park.