Ross County reveal details of trophy parade in Dingwall
Team will show off new silverware on an open-top bus after Highland derby on Saturday.
Ross County will parade the Scottish League Cup through Dingwall on an open-top bus to celebrate their victory on Sunday.
Players and management will display their newly won cup for fans on Saturday after their derby against Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Ross County beat Hibernian 2-1 at Hampden on Sunday to secure their first piece of major silverware.
The result marked the progression of the Staggies from Highland League club to League Cup winners in the space of two decades.
The parade will leave from the club’s Victoria Park stadium at 5.15pm and will travel through Ferry Road, Station Road, Greenhill Street.
It will then enter the pedestrian precinct at the traffic lights at the top of the High Street before returning to the stadium. It’s expected many of those attending the Derby will follow the parade.
The club said safety arrangements will be in place outside the stadium and at various points along the route.
Supporters and well-wishers have been asked to give themselves time to get to any vantage point on the route and to listen to safety and security advice from police and stewards on the day.
Ross County's stadium and operations manager David O'Connor said: "There was a real buzz in the town last Saturday as the team were piped through the High Street on their way to Hampden with a large crowd turning out.
"The messages of congratulations have been overwhelming since yesterday’s victory over Hibernian and the procession on Saturday evening will allow all sections of our support and the community to join in the celebrations.
"The event follows our local derby against Inverness and there will be a lot of people around the stadium to show support for the Staggies.
"There will be many photo opportunities but safety will be a priority and well-wishers are asked to consider their safety and that of others on the night."