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Away Day Guide - Ayr United (5th November)




Photo - The Scottish Football Partnership.


Tickets for Saturday’s game MUST be purchased using Ayr’s online ticketing system. Click here to purchase tickets. Prices are as follows - Adults: £20, Concessions: £13 (Over 65s and Students), Juveniles: £13 (13 - 17-year-olds), Child: £6 (12 and under).

Disabled Supporters Information

Disabled fans will be housed in the disabled area directly under the Family Stand. Fans will enter through Exit Gate G, which has flat, smooth access for wheelchair users. Parking bays are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, but spaces are kept at the front of the main car park for blue badge holders. Drop off and pick up is also available opposite Exit Gate G. The price of entry is £13, with carers going free. Carer tickets should be bought through the club shop, with concession tickets being available both via the club shop and online. The club’s Disability Access Officer is Jim Scullion, who can be contacted via

Supporters Buses

The Gourock Morton Supporters bus will depart from Gourock Train Station at 1pm. The price will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space.

The Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club bus will leave from their new location, The Caledonian Bar, at 12.30pm. The cost will be decided on the day. Message their page on Facebook or contact Bryan on 07979760291 to book a space.

By Train

Industrial action is planned for Saturday, therefore there are NO train services operating on Saturday. If travelling via public service bus, then the two options are the 906/901 from Greenock to Glasgow, then the Stagecoach X77 from Glasgow to Ayr, or using the 906/901 to travel to Largs, then connecting onto the Stagecoach 585 service from Largs-Ayr.

By Car

From the A77 take the A719 (Whitletts Road) into Ayr. After passing the racecourse on your left, turn right at the next set of traffic lights for the ground, or turn left to take you down to an unofficial car park. Turning right will take you into Burnett Terrace, then left into Hawkhill Avenue and then right into Somerset Road. The ground is down on the left. There is a small car park at the ground adjacent to the Main Stand but this is for pass holders only. There is plenty of street parking to be found in the area around the stadium.



Photo - The Ayr Advertiser

If alighting at Newton-on-Ayr then The Wallace Bar (6 Tam's Brig, Ayr KA8 8JQ) is a two minute walk from the station en-route to the stadium. If alighting at Ayr then Smiths (13 Dalblair Rd, Ayr KA7 1UF) is a ten minute walk from the station. Ayr United have recently opened The Somerset Hub, located where the old club stop was outside the stadium, providing all the usual pre-match hospitality. 


Photo - @AyrUnited (Twitter)


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