Click the image above to download a detailed map or click here.
Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
Ground: Pittodrie Stadium
Address: Pittodrie Street
Telephone: 01224 650400
On exiting the train station onto Guild Street, cross to the entrance to the Trinity Centre. Continue straight through the centre on to Union Street. It is possible to walk to Pittodrie from here by turning right and heading up towards King Street. Continue along King Street until you see Pittodrie Street on the right. By this point Pittodrie is easily visible. There are buses from Union Street that take you to Pittodrie. A number 11 will drop you off on Golf Road with Pittodrie on the left. A number 1, 2, and 15 will drop you off on King Street. The best stop is the one after King Street Bus Depot, then make your way down Pittodrie Street on the right.
Park and Ride
First Aberdeen operate a match day Park and Ride service to and from Pittodrie (Ardarroch Road) from three locations around the city: Kingswells Park and Ride to the West, Souterhead Road to the South and Bridge of Don Park and Ride to the North. Departure times and return fares are as follows:
- Kingswells 60 minutes before kick off, £1.60
- Souterhead Road 60 minutes before kick off, £1.20
- Bridge of Don 45 minutes before kick off, £0.60
All buses return 10 minutes after full time from Ardarroch Road.
Please note that you will not be allowed to drive on Pittodrie Street close to kick off time unless you have a valid car park pass for the Pittodrie Street car park or a disabled badge (spaces subject to availability).
Travelling from the South:
Follow the A90 towards the city and turn off at the signposts for Aberdeen Harbour. The route thereafter to the official bus park at the Golf Road stadium car park is clearly signposted for football coaches. Cars should follow this route past the harbour until they reach the roundabout at the top of the Beach Boulevard. Take the fourth exit (Beach Boulevard) then turn left on to the Esplanade.
Alternatively, take the second exit at the first roundabout on the A90 across the Bridge of Dee and then take the third exit at the next roundabout on to Holburn Street. Continue along Holburn Street to the very end and turn right on to Union Street. Continue to the end of Union Street and follow the road left onto King Street. If you have a car park pass or disabled badge, continue for about half a mile then turn right on to Pittodrie Street. If not, turn right on to Urquhart Road (second on the right after the Old Fire Station student flats) and follow the road round until the T junction at Links Street. Turn left on to Links Street, then left again on to the Esplanade.
Travelling from the North:
Follow the A96 into the city passing Aunatural on the left. If you are headed for the stadium, at the next roundabout take the second exit down St Machar Drive, go straight on at the next roundabout and then turn right at the next roundabout on to King Street; after passing the Tesco petrol station on the left, take the third road on the left (Pittodrie Street). If you are headed for the Esplanade, continue on the A96 all the way into Aberdeen, forking left at the top of George Street to go down Powis Place to the Mounthooly Roundabout (still signed A96). Take the third exit from the roundabout (West North Street) and continue across King Street into East North Street until the roundabout at the top of the Beach Boulevard. Take the second exit on to Beach Boulevard, then turn left at the end of the Boulevard on to the Esplanade.
Travelling from the North East:
Follow the A956 into the city, crossin the river Don on to King Street. If you are headed for the stadium, carry on straight through the first roundabout passing the Tesco petrol station on the left then take the third road on the left. If you are headed for the Esplanade, stay in the inside lane before the bridge and turn left on to the Esplanade immediately after crossing the river.
Weather: For an up-to-date weather forecast click here
Parking: Parking in the stadium car parks is reserved for pass holders, with a limited number of spaces available on a first-come, first served basis for disabled badge holders. Please follow the directions for the stadium from the South of the city. The police will direct buses to coach parking areas at the stadium. There is a limited amount of free car parking available in streets around the stadium but be aware that there are match day restrictions on parking - check the signs.
Ticket Prices: Ticket prices for away supporters in the South Stand - adults £23, concessions (Over 60, Full Time Student with ID, Under 18) £17, Under 12s £9. Students and Under 12s must use designated turnstiles (adults accompanying them can also use these turnstiles). Old Firm matches are all ticket and cost £1 extra - contact your own club for tickets.
Eating: Executive Dining with Aberdeen Football Club is the only place to be. More >>
Local Pubs & Hotels: Lots of choice within the city centre.
Disabled Facilities: There are 20 wheelchair spaces available in the Richard Donald Stand and 6 in the Merkland Stand which are for home support only and seating for Personal Assistants if required. There are seven wheelchair spaces in the away section for visiting supporters and seating for Personal Assistants if required. Please note that only one Personal Assistant is permitted to accompany a wheelchair user under the ticketing policy. For details of the Club's full ticketing policy for Disabled supporters please click here.