SUPPORTERS attending Tuesday’s match against Stranraer should be aware of the following information.

SPFL Cinch League 2 Round 18 (postponed from Saturday Dec 30th 2023)
Stranraer vs Dumbarton
Tuesday 2nd March 2024
Kick-Off: 7:45pm
Stair Park, Stranraer, DG9 8BS

STADIUM ENTRY – Please arrive early to aid entry to the stadium. Supporter segregation will be in place.

Dumbarton supporters can access the stadium:
· via away turnstile from 7.15pm.
· Home & Away Fans can access the pavilion bar (opposite Main Stand) from 5.00pm.
· CASH ONLY – Food and refreshments can be purchased from the kiosks.
· There is a designated entrance and exit for disabled supporters, with a wide gate to give easy access for those using wheelchairs

Entry is ‘pay at the gate’. Pricing is as follows:
· Adult – £15
· Concession – £10
· Youth – £5

Those not attending the game can watch the match stream provided by Stranraer. For streaming information, please visit

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

The Sons Supporters Trust Travel Group has confirmed no bus is travelling to this fixture.

A replacement bus service is in operation at all stations between Ayr and Stranraer. There may be changes to individual services on this route.

A77 Burnfoot Bridge – two way temporary traffic lights will be in operation from 8.00pm on Tuesday March 5th until 6.00am on Wednesday 6th March.

Free parking is available within the stadium grounds on match days.

Stranraer FC has designated disabled car parking spaces available for disabled spectators. These are available on a first come first served basis. Stewards will be in place to direct disabled supporters and their carers to designated parking area. If any additional support is required, please email

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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