Away Day Guide – Dunfermline (6th November)
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Tickets for away supporters can be purchased here. Adults - £20. Concessions (Over 65s, U18s, Students, Disabled and Unemployed) - £14. U12s - £6.
Disabled Fans Information
Dunfermline have space available for 12 wheelchair away fans, housed in the East Stand. Where a disabled supporter requires a carer or Personal Assistant, that person will be admitted free of charge. Anyone who does not have a season ticket but who wishes to attend a match should contact the Ticket Office in advance, to ensure a wheelchair space is available.
The Club encourages fans with disabilities to inform them of their personal situations in order to allow them to make the matchday experience as comfortable as possible. Arrangements can also be made for any fan suffering from a temporary disability (e.g. broken leg/ankle) which could affect their ease of access to and from the stadium (subject to availability and sufficient notice).
The Club has 6 dedicated parking spaces for disabled away fans behind the East Stand, spaces can be booked in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org up to 24 hours before the match. Any remaining spaces will be available on a first come first served basis on matchday. Please enter the Main Carpark via Leys Park Road and follow the stewards` directions.
Dunfermline’s Disability Access Officer is Graham Ross. Graham is on hand to assist supporters with queries and can be contacted at email@example.com or on 07877980028.
The Gourock Morton Supporters bus departs Monteiths at 12noon, with the bar opening at 11am. The cost will be confirmed on the day depending on the number of seats sold, message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space.
Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club will leave from The Sutherland Bar at 12.30pm. The price will be decided on the day depending on the number of seats sold, message their page on Facebook or contact Bryan on 07969760291 to book.
The Morton Supporters Club bus is departing at 12.30pm from the club. Contact David on 07719548046 to book.
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. Alight at Glasgow Central and transfer to Glasgow Queen Street. From Glasgow Queen Street, travel through to Edinburgh Waverly and transfer onto services to Glenrothes With Thornton. There are a couple of pubs around Edinburgh Waverly if you are looking for a pit-stop before making a connection. Dunfermline has two train stations – Dunfermline Town and Dunfermline Queen Margaret. Queen Margaret is closer to the stadium, with Town being closer to pubs in the centre of Dunfermline.
A standard day return from Glasgow Queen Street costs £22.00.
All info taken from the Scotrail website.
Use postcode KY12 7RB for the stadium. From Cappielow, the journey should take around 1hr20mins via the M8, M80, M876 and A985. Due to COP26 diversions, please check before you travel for any updates to your route and journey time.
There is a paid car park at the rear of the stadium, as well as limited street parking around the stadium. There is a supermarket next to East End Park, but please be aware that private parking restrictions are in place.
The East Port (7 East Port, Dunfermline, KY12 7JG) is a traditional pub located in the centre of town, around 15 minutes (0.7 miles) from the stadium.
The historical pre-match haunt of home and away fans was The Elizabethan, located a few minutes from the stadium, please be aware that the venue no longer welcomes football fans on matchday. We contacted Dunfermline, who confirmed that their stadium bar will be open for home fans only, as they have restricted capacity due to COVID.
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