Hibs and St Johnstone say they are working to find the best solutions possible to issue tickets for the Scottish Cup final after they were given 300 each.

The Scottish Football Association applied for 2,000 tickets at the showpiece event on May 22nd but these were rejected as Hampden Park gets ready for Euro 2020. Now the teams will get a 50-50 split of 600 briefs.

Hibs and St Johnstone will have a very small number of fans.

Hibs and St Johnstone will have a very small number of fans. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

A Hibs statement reads: “Hibernian FC confirmed that approval granted by the Scottish Government means up to 300 Hibernian fans will be able to attend the Scottish Cup Final on May 22nd. The Club is considering the fairest and best way to distribute the tickets and will let supporters know tomorrow. Thank you for your patience.”

St Johnstone’s adds: “The Football Club can confirm we’ve received official notification that up to 300 St Johnstone supporters will be able to attend the Scottish Cup Final. We are now considering the fairest way to distribute the tickets and we will let our supporters know as soon as possible.

“Once again, we thank our supporters for their understanding.”

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