Away Day Guide - Arbroath (29th April)
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Click here to buy matchday tickets. Prices are as follows – Adults - £19, Concession (U18s, Students, Over 65s and Disabled Fans) - £12, Parent and U12 child - £22, Parent and 2xU12 children - £24.
Disabled Supporters Information –
The following is an exert from the Arbroath website – “Gayfield Park, home of Arbroath FC has two enclosed disabled seating areas on either side of the main stand which are reserved for wheelchair users and their assistants / carers. Each area can accommodate up to 3 wheelchairs and 3 assistants/carers. These areas also have wall attached seats which fold down in place for any assistant or carer that is present on the day.
Each side is accessible via a smooth flat surface suitable for wheel chairs with a disabled toilet on the opposite side of the stand. Our match day stewards are always on hand to give assistance either into the ground, or to the accessible areas.
Unfortunately due to Gayfield’s location we don’t own any parking spaces around the ground, but there is plenty of spaces on either side of the ground to park which is all completely free. If the distance from the main gate to the accessible area is too far, then we are happy to accommodate a vehicle into the ground for a close drop off. In this circumstance we would please ask that you contact the club a day or two before hand and arrive a little earlier than normal.
We offer a concession admission for those with a disability and free admission to any assistant or carer present. We are a community club and hope to give all visiting and home fans the same experience as they are welcomed into our ground.
If you have any questions we are always there to help Tel; 01241-872157 or email; firstname.lastname@example.org”
The Gourock Morton Supporters are running two buses, both of which are currently FULL. Buses will depart from Gourock station at 4pm with pick-ups en route. The cost will be decided on the day, message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to enquire about availability.
The Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club are NOT running a bus.
There are two services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock :08 and :38 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. Travel to Glasgow Central and transfer to Glasgow Queen Street.
From Glasgow Queen Street, there are direct services to Arbroath on the Glasgow-Aberdeen line. There is also the option of travelling to Edinburgh Waverly and transferring onto Aberdeen bound trains from there. To reduce ticketing costs, split your journey as a return from Glasgow Queen Street to Perth, then a return from Perth to Arbroath.
The stadium is around a 12 minute walk (0.6 miles) from the train station. Please note that there is no way of making the return journey on Friday evening.
All information taken from the ScotRail website.
Use the postcode DD11 1QB for the stadium. The estimated journey time from Cappielow to Gayfield Park is around 2 hours 20 mins (122 miles). There is plenty of street parking in the vicinity of the stadium.
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If you are arriving by train, or are arriving in Arbroath with time to spare, The Townhouse Hotel (99 High St, Arbroath DD11 1DP) is a short distance from the train station and offer alternate matchday hospitality packages. Closer to the stadium, Tuttie’s Neuk (Gayfield, Arbroath DD11 1QJ) is a stone’s throw from the Gayfield turnstiles.