Falkirk and Inverness fans call for fair Scottish Cup final pricing
Falkirk and Inverness Caley Thistle fans have urged the Scottish FA to "fairly price" the Scottish Cup final.
Their calls have been backed by the recently formed Scottish Football Supporters Association.
Both clubs average home crowds of between 3,500-4,500, but Hampden has a capacity of 52,000.
Brian Guthrie of the Bairns Trust said: "It is essential this game is priced to appeal to families and neutral supporters."
Both semi-finals attracted fewer than 30,000 spectators.
"We also want to ensure that the policing and stewarding is appropriate to the occasion and have asked the SFSA to raise our concerns about the costs of catering at Hampden Park too," said Guthrie.
"This match has the potential to be a wonderful day out for everyone and making it the best fan experience is at the heart of that."
Discussions over the pricing, venue and activities around this year's final are scheduled to take place with the SFA on Thursday.
Paul Goodwin of the SFSA said: "We have been contacted by supporters groups in Falkirk and Inverness and by individual fans of both clubs asking us to ensure that their views are conveyed to the SFA.
"We know that this final has the potential to be one of the best, both on and off the park, and would urge the Scottish FA to make access to it as appealing to all fans who want to be there on the flagship match of the season.
"It strikes us that it is not only sensible but desirable that the supporters' views on everything surrounding such an important and exciting game are heard."