Football fans have been urged to leave their cars at home ahead of a huge Scottish Cup game in Dundee.
Lochee United will host junior football giants Auchinleck Talbot tomorrow in the semi-final second leg with the possibility of thousands of supporters at Thomson Park.
Due to the surge in fans heading to the ground, club bosses have warned folk to be aware of parking issues and asked people to leave their cars at home.
Parking wardens will be in attendance, according to the club, and supporters could run the risk of getting a ticket.
A statement from Lochee United read: “Tayside Police and Dundee City Council have advised the club that traffic wardens will be on duty in and around Thomson Park on Saturday.
“Any vehicle causing obstructions or parked in coned off areas will receive a ticket.
“Please leave your cars at home as there is not a lot of parking available in the vicinity of Thomson Park.
The Bluebells have recently had issues with parking in the Dryburgh area with the grounds of the former school building been used as a car park.
However, the council has since closed this off due to demolition work at the Napier Drive building.
Club secretary Larry Duncan previously told the Tele he had been in touch with the council following local tensions.
He said: “We’re really looking to see if the council can come and give us some assistance.
“It has closed where the school is and it is using what was our car park to store the cladding for the housing project.
“We were at home last Saturday and a few residents complained about the parking but there’s really nothing we can do.”
Lochee United go into the second leg 1-0 thanks to a last gasp Connor Birse goal.
Tomorrow’s game kicks off at 2.30pm. Entry is £8 for adults, £4 for concessions.
Lochee fans should enter the ground via the Napier Drive entrance, while away supporters should use the Liff Road entrance.