MATCH DAY INFORMATION: FORFAR ATHLETIC VS DUMBARTON


Supporters attending Saturday’s match against Forfar should be aware of the following information.

MATCH DETAILS
SPFL Cinch League 2 Round 32
Forfar vs Dumbarton
Saturday 6th April 2024
Kick-Off: 3:00pm
Alpha Projects Stadium at Station Park, DD8 3BT

STADIUM ENTRY
Please arrive early to aid entry to the stadium.
Dumbarton supporters can access the stadium via cash entry turnstiles from 2:00pm. Cash only accepted at the kiosks

 TerracingStand
Adult£14£15
Concession£8£9
Under 17’s£5£5

Disabled Entry
There are several user-friendly means of accessing the stadium, both externally and internally, e.g., ramp-ways and ground floor doors. The car parking facilities are situated in very close proximity to the various points of entry to the stadium

For wheelchair users, Forfar provides a shelter for five wheelchair users. Toilets for these users can be accessed in the hospitality suite.  For non-wheelchair, or wheelchair users who choose to access the terrace, additional disabled toilets are available in the terracing at the south-west corner of the stadium. The stadium offers the following facilities for disabled spectators:
• 5 places for wheelchair users
• 5 adjacent seats for their carers
• Unlimited places for ambulant/blind persons (guide-dogs allowed)
• Separate, purpose-built toilet facilities
• Unlimited car parking, which is free of charge

Disabled Patrons will pay normal admission charge.  The Club does not charge carers or helpers who can enter for free, subject to the provision that this particular concession is not abused.

Pre-booking is not required under normal circumstances. However, advance notice of any unusual requests would be welcomed

Disability Access Officer
The Forfar Athletic FC Disability Access officer is Iain Reid, a Safety officer who can be contacted by telephone on 01307464444, 07885647975 or via email to i.a.reid@btinternet.com

Supporters can attend the Old Masons Arms, Thistle Bar and Forfar Arms on E High Street for pre-match refreshments.

TRAVEL
Supporters are encouraged to keep up to date with any relevant travel information via the link below: https://www.traffic.gov.scot/traffic-information
https://www.scotrail.co.uk/plan-your-journey/live-network-map

SUPPORTERS BUS
The Sons Supporters Trust Travel Group has confirmed a bus is travelling to this fixture.

The Sons Supporters Trust Travel Group bus can be booked through https://www.facebook.com/groups/719497688160601/

BY TRAIN
Train to Dundee,  then taking the 20 or 20A service to Forfar (via Kirriemuir services) alighting at County Buildings.

Otherwise alight at town centre, walking towards the north end of Castle Street. Take a right at the side road leading you behind Tesco’s, until you reach North street, cross the road and follow it to Station Park!

Bus
20 from Dundee Bus Station

For more information on these bus routes and timetables please visit https://bit.ly/AngusBus

BY CAR
Forfar sits on the main A90 route to Aberdeen.
From the North take the first turning for Forfar, continue down that road for approximately 1 mile, Station Park is visible on the left. Continue into Forfar and take the first left, Station Park is the second turning on the left.
However, parking beside the ground is very restricted and supporters are advised to take the first left and park at a place called “The Market Muir” and walk to the ground. 

From the South
The ground is located right on the outskirts of town. 
From the A90 take the A926 towards Forfar (Third exit forForfar) at the Kirriemuir Junction flyover. At the next mini-roundabout turn right into Brechin Road, then turn left at the next mini roundabout into Market Street and then 2nd left into Carseview Road for the ground. There is only limited parking available at the ground, otherwise there is the nearby Muir Street car park, or street parking.

SUPPORTER BEHAVIOUR
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, but not limited to:
• 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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