Supporters attending Saturdays match against Bonnyrigg Rose should be aware of the following information.

SPFL Cinch League 2 Week 30
Dumbarton vs Bonnyrigg Rose
Saturday 23rd March 2024
Kick-Off: 3:00pm
Dumbarton Football Stadium, G81 1JJ

Please arrive early to aid entry to the stadium.
All supporters can access the stadium via turnstiles 1&2. Home & Away fans attending Bar72 before kick-off must first enter via turnstiles. Bar72 & turnstiles will open at 1.30pm.
Both turnstiles will have QR scanners for online tickets, with cash entry also available.
Purchase tickets prior to stadium arrival via
The kiosks within the stadium are cash only.

Disabled supporters who are unable to access via the turnstiles will gain admission to the Stadium via the Main Entrance.
Where a supporter requires a personal assistant, the assistant will be permitted access on a complimentary basis, criteria dependant. You can view our policy in full here:
Our Disability Access Officer is Jacqui Sibbald Email:

Overseas supporters can watch a live stream of this fixture via

Supporters are encouraged to keep up to date with any relevant travel information via the links below:

Supporters buses are advised that supporters can alight at the stadium, with on-site bus parking available.

Supporters arriving by train should alight at Dumbarton East. It is an approximate 12-minute walk, via Victoria Street & Castle Road to the stadium.

Car parking is available within the stadium grounds for a cost of £3 per car. If you choose to park your vehicle outside the stadium grounds, please be mindful of nearby residents.
There are disabled parking bays available at the stadium.
There is a road closure in place on Castlegreen Street, coming from Leven Street with a nearby diversion in place.

Supporters are strongly reminded the use of pyrotechnics/flares/smoke bombs within sports stadia is illegal.

Dumbarton Football Club recognises that football is a passionate game and supporters will have their own way of expressing their support and reactions. This is acceptable and welcomed as it often adds positively to the match experience. However, behaviour which jeopardises the safety and enjoyment of others, or is likely to bring disrepute to the Club is not acceptable.

This includes:
• Anti-social behaviour
• Personal Abuse on social media
• Sectarian, racial, discriminatory or obscene chanting
• Throwing any article within the stadium or its environs
• Encroaching onto the field of play
• Disability hate crime


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