Cumberian Police have warned Scots not to cross the border to watch Old Firm matches in bars and pubs on Saturday after contacting several bars and pubs in hopes of meeting Scottish football fans.
Celtic and Rangers supporters and venues have been warned ahead of the match that Cumbria Police will strictly enforce the Six Rule.
Pubs, bars and restaurants across the middle Scotland Closed for a two-week period, while in Scotland they can serve alcohol out anywhere until the 10pm curfew.
Superintendent Matt Kennerley said:
We understand that restrictions on licensed premises in Scotland may tempt us to travel south of the border to visit our pubs and bars – but anyone violating the rules here could face fines.
He highlighted the Scottish Government’s advice that people should not travel outside their local health board area.
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