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Supporter Information | Ross County v Aberdeen

November 8, 2019 11:00 am Author: AFC Media Team
Supporter Information | Ross County v Aberdeen

 

PLEASE NOTE – THERE WILL BE A BAGPIPER PLAYING A TWO MINUTE LAMENT IMMEDIATLY PRIOR TO THE KO, AFTER THE PLAYERS HAVE SHAKEN HANDS. THIS IS TO REMEMBER ARMISTICE DAY.

Kick off for this game is 3pm. Roads look reasonable. There is a temporary set of traffic lights at the Oyne Fork on the A96 which clears reasonably quickly. Leave enough time in your journey to counter traffic going through the various towns.

Getting to the Ground

The ground is well signposted once you reach Dingwall and the full address including the postcode for Sat-Nav is The Global Energy Stadium, Victoria Park, Dingwall IV15 9QZ.

The ground is located only five minutes’ walk from the centre of town and less than 500 metres from the Train Station (see train times below). If using service buses to get to the match then the stop located on Hill Street (beside the Royal Hotel) is the closest to the ground and included on most of the main routes to and from the town and is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the ground.

THE BAR AT THE STADIUM IS ONLY FOR HOME SUPPORT. SORRY.

Parking

There is ample free and well signposted car parking in Dingwall Town Centre.

ONLY Supporter’s Coaches can park at the ground on matchdays.

Also please note that the standard matchday traffic arrangements implemented by the Council Traffic Wardens and Police Scotland mean that access to the Stadium by car is not possible in the final 30 minutes before kick-off at any game.

Please remember that weather and road conditions can vary greatly. Therefore we would ask all fans, and particularly those travelling longer distances, to check the up to date weather situation and forecast as well as road conditions and incidents before making the decision to travel for any match. Up to date information can always be found at www.trafficscotland.info

For information on all public transport including timetables and a journey planner tool, check www.travelinescotland.com

In the Stadium

Aberdeen Supporters will be accommodated in the North Stand and North extension of the East Stand.

The Away Stand offers excellent views of the game as well as being well catered for in terms of toilets and catering facilities. For those unfamiliar with the ground, when arriving over the Railway Bridge from the town centre the North Stand is at the far end of the ground. The North extension of the East Stand is accessed from the same turnstiles as the North Stand.

Tickets are for allocated seating. There will be four away turnstiles. Turnstiles will open at 2pm.

THERE WILL BE NO AWAY CASH TURNSTILES AND NO AWAY TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE TO BUY ON THE DAY. THE AWAY SECTION IS SOLD OUT. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND AT THE STADIUM WITHOUT A VALID TICKET.

 

Enjoy your day everyone! COYR!!

Ground Rules

Ross County FC operate under the same unacceptable behaviour, ground and SPFL regulations as Aberdeen FC. Robust stewarding will be in place. Please expect your bags and person to be searched for the usual items which are either illegal or discouraged. Anybody found in possession of, or caught using, pyrotechnics (especially Fireworks) will be dealt with as a serious crime. Please co-operate with stewards and if you see anything that is suspicious, illegal or against normal ground regulations, please report this to the nearest steward. Supporters are encouraged to remain seated for the most part.

Flags will be assessed at point of entry. No surfing flags are permitted but banners can be placed at the rear of the North Stand as determined by the stewards.
Please do not obscure advertising boards.

If any flags or banners are considered a safety risk, then they will be removed to a suitable location or taken down completely. Smaller flags on light poles are permitted. Flags or banners with any inflammatory or unacceptable slogans or logos will be denied entry or removed.

The stadium is a no smoking area and that includes E-cigarettes.

Trains

Services are not dry although Scotrail do have a statutory no alcohol policy from 2100 – 1000 hours every day.

Train Times:

Aberdeen to Inverness

Inverness to Dingwall

and post match…

Inverness to Aberdeen