The Macron Scottish Cup final between Largs Thistle and Auchinleck Talbot at New Douglas Park will be pay at the gate.
Thistle President Peter Connor has advised supporters to get to the ground as early as possible for the all Ayrshire showdown which is taking place at Hamilton Accies SPFL ground.
It is a 4.10pm kick off on Sunday June 2, and the match will be televised on BBC Alba as has happened in recent seasons.
In terms of allocation, Largs have been given the North Stand at the ground which caters for 2246 supporters, while Auchinleck Talbot have been provided with the Main Stand which seats 3204.
The East Stand has room for 498 seats and is open to both sets of supporters.
The all seater stadium has other areas which may also be opened up depending on demand on the day. It has been decided the match will not be all ticket.
The pricing structure on the day is £10 for adults and £5 for children.
Peter said: "The SJFA have been in touch with a number of football clubs about hosting the cup final but the problem is that during the close season a lot of work is getting done on the parks in general, that is why we can't get Rugby Park for example, which has been the home of the Scottish Cup final in recent years as they are re-laying the park.
"With seasons starting earlier and earlier, it makes it more difficult for grounds to be available at this point.
"I would advise fans to get there as early as they can and hopefully everyone can be accommodated.
"There is a possibility that some other areas of the ground might be opened up.
"If you get there early enough, you will get in."
Both sides will be wearing their away tops on the day due to the clash of home colours.
The President is looking forward to the showpiece occasion, and said: "We have had a brilliant season, and recorded some brilliant wins and it has been a very memorable Scottish Cup run
"It's all to play for in a one-off game.
"At the start of last season, we were up against it with a lot of injuries as we were going for promotion, and it is amazing to see the turnaround since then.
"We have been through some tough times, and we knew if manager Stuart Davidson was to get his full team playing we could move up, and we have come on leaps and bounds since then.
"We are in the process of cementing ourselves in the Premier League and now we have a Scottish Cup final to look forward to.
"Stuart Davidson has always been a winner - he has a winning attitude, and we could see that when he arrived with Bryan Slavin at the club six years ago, and Stuart has stuck at it, and look at what we have now achieved.
"It is great to watch the team grow and some of our younger players are now maturing into excellent players like Creag Little, Nicky Jamieson and Laurie McMaster.
"Over the season, everybody in the team has chipped in and put in some brilliant displays. 
"We have really surprised a lot of people this season - after beating us in the league, Kilwinning fans said to me that they thought they just needed to turn up at Barrfields to win, and we turned it on its head and won 5-0.
"The same thing happened before the Hurlford game, and some people were saying it would be a Hurlford v Auchinleck final before a ball was kicked, so it just spurred the guys on.
"It certainly won't phase us being underdogs going into the Scottish Cup final."
* The club sent a delegation including management and committee over to club volunteer Arthur Dippie's funeral in Rothesay last week.
President Peter Connor said: "Arthur was a great servant to the club and a previous Archie Dickie volunteer of the year trophy winner at the club. 
"Let's win the Scottish Cup for Arthur."