The club hope to hand out flyers on the Main Street on the day of the game.
Glencairn haven’t been this far in the Scottish cup for 21 years. They last reached the final itself in 1975 and last won the trophy in 1939.
Manager Willie Harvey this week issued a rallying call to the people of Rutherglen to get behind their team.
He said: “We keep asking the people of Rutherglen to support us and we are trying to give them something to be proud off.
“Glencairn have won leagues recently but this is probably the highest profile we’ve had in a long time.
“For a team like Glencairn to get this far is magnificent.”
Committee member and Reformer correspondent, Peter Ferguson hopes kids will persuade “parents, brothers, cousins, uncles, grandparents,” to take them to the match and make it an occasion to remember.
He said: “We would love to see a bumper crowd at The Clyde Gateway Stadium on Saturday, and we would appeal to the town to come out and support their football team.
“I remember a fifth round tie back in the late 70s when we played Bonnyrigg Rose at the old Southcroft Park, and the place was absolutely packed and jumping, pipe band on the pitch before the game and all sorts.
“Well this is a round further on from that, so it’s serious stuff now.
“The Glens are the underdogs, as we’re the only team left in the competition who are not in the top league in their respective region. But we’re at home, and we would love the help of the town to keep this dream alive.”
Peter added: “Oh, and if you like it, please come back !”
The club are anticipating a good crowd so are urging fans to turn up early. The game kick’s off half and hour later than usual, at 2.30pm and entry is through one point only (from Toryglen Road).
Refreshments will be available when the turnstiles open and match programmes and half-time draw tickets will be on sale.
Those unable to attend can keep up to speed with team news and the score via the club’s official Twitter feed, @GlencairnFC.
Glens stand a decent chance of reaching the semi-finals. Although in their region’s top division, Camelon have taken 18 points from 11 league games and sit a massive 28 points behind fellow quarter finalists, Linlithgow Rose.
Glens have beaten Hurlford United, Deveronvale, Blackburn United and Pumpherston to reach this stage of the competition.
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