All journalists and photographers require valid accreditation for fixtures at the Global Energy Stadium, applied for on a match-by-match basis.
For accreditation, news desks must send an email from or on behalf of the editor, or an equivalent senior position, no later than 48 hours before the fixture itself (use the click button below to email). The email should detail who will be attending, their title and the publication in which any report is intended to appear.
The club may request proof of credentials, particularly from freelancers or newly established media organisations/outlets.
If your application for accreditation is approved you will typically receive a confirmation email. To pick up your match-by-match pass, present this confirmation, together with proof of your identity, at the press entrance to the ground.
There are no dedicated parking spaces for Press unless requested when submitting your application for accreditation.
The club reserves the right to refuse requests for accreditation which arrive after the deadline or don’t fulfil the relevant criteria. If your accreditation application is refused, you can still visit the ground as a spectator.
At the end of the match, the management and players of Ross County FC and the opposing team are available for interviews with representatives of broadcast media rights holders on request.
No access can be granted to the trackside and tunnel area for representatives of broadcast media that are non-rights holders, or to representatives of the press.
Global Energy Stadium has a range of press allocated seating with drop down tables, a roof mounted gantry for television coverage and a press-room for post match interviews. Power lines and wifi are also available.
Following the broadcast media interviews, a post-match press conference will be held with the management and players of Ross County FC, as well the opposing team, available for interviews. All media can attend these briefings if space permits.
The club will also hold pre-match press conferences on a weekly basis for matches being played. Information on these are relayed by email to the media.