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Away Day Guide - Queen of the South (1st December)




Away Day Guide – Queen of the South (1st December)

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Photo - Heavens Above (YouTube)


Traveling fans can purchase their tickets at Palmerston Park right up until kick-off. The pricing structure is Adults - £15; Concessions (OAPs, Students and 16-21 year olds) - £8 and U16s - £5. The match will also be streamed live on PPV by Queen of the South for those that can’t make it to Palmerston Park. PPV access can be purchased here.

Disabled Supporters Information

Away fans with accessibility issues will be housed in the DBS Digital Stand – which has accessible entry and a ramp for wheelchair users. While there is no specific disability parking spots at the stadium itself, both the arena and ice rink around the perimeter of the stadium have disabled parking spaces available for public use.

Your point of contact is the club’s DAO – Keith Thom. You can contact him on 01387 254853 or at

Supporters Buses

The Gourock Morton Supporters are running a bus leaving from Monteiths at 5pm with pick-ups available en-route. The cost will be confirmed on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space.

By Train

There are three services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock at :08, :38 and :54 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. There is a direct service from Glasgow Central to Dumfries on the Glasgow to Carlisle line operated by ScotRail.

Unfortunately there is no method of returning to Glasgow from Dumfries on the same evening as the game. The 16:11 service arrives in Dumfries at 17:59. An off-peak day return for the train costs £20.30.

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All information taken from the ScotRail website.

By Car

Come off the M74 at J15 (Moffat) and follow the A701 to Dumfries, then onto the A75 Dumfries Bypass. Use the postcode DG29BE for the stadium. There is plenty of street parking around the stadium.


If traveling by train, the Waverly Bar (48 Lovers' Walk, Dumfries DG1 1LX) is at the top of the hill from the train station, around a two-minute walk from the platform is a mile from the stadium. The Palmerston Lounge Bar is located inside the main stand of the stadium and serves alcohol until kick off.

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Photo – Trip Advisor





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