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

Match Details
SPFL, cinch League One Playoff Semi-Final, 2nd Leg
Stirling Albion vs Dumbarton
Saturday 11th May 2024
Kick-Off: 3:00pm
Forthbank Stadium, Stirling, FK7 7UJ

Stadium Entry
Please arrive early to aid entry to the stadium.
Dumbarton supporters can access the stadium via turnstiles from 2:00pm. Cash or e-ticket entry available (no card payments). A cash machine is available at the nearby Morrisons. E-tickets available here:

Admission prices
Adult £17
Concession / Student £11
Under 16’s £5

Disabled Entry
Access to Forthbank Stadium for wheelchair users and other disabled spectators is through designated entrances in the West (Home) and East (Away) Stands. There are 6 spaces available in each stand for wheelchairs along with provision for carers

Disability Access Officer
Stirling Albion’s Disability Access Officer is Stevie Peebles who’s contact details 01786 450399 and Supporters with disability access queries are encouraged to contact Stevie to discuss their requirements

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

Supporters bus
The Sons Supporters Trust Travel Group bus is fully booked. Please visit the link below for any updates.

Car Parking
There is free parking for home and away fans at the stadium. However, this is limited and is shared with users at The Peak facility. There is additional free parking at Springkerse Retail Park a 5-10 min walk.

Stirling is well serviced in terms of trains from most parts of Scotland. From the train station the ground is about a mile and half or a 20min walk away. When exiting the train station, take a left and go over the bridge across the railway tracks. Walk South East over a small patch of land that takes you on to Forthside Way. Follow this road and it will take you straight to Forthbank Stadium. Alternatively there is a taxi rank located at the front of the train station

There is a Park and Ride Service that runs from Stirling Bus Station to Springkerse Industrial Estate

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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