MATCHDAY INFORMATION: CLYDE VS DUMBARTON

SUPPORTERS attending Saturday’s match against Clyde should be aware of the following information.

MATCH DETAILS

SPFL League 2 Week 25

Clyde vs Dumbarton

Saturday 17th February 2024

Kick-Off: 3:00pm

New Douglas Park, Hamilton, ML3 0FT

STADIUM ENTRY – Please arrive early to aid entry to the stadium.

Dumbarton supporters can access the stadium;

​⁃​via turnstiles 4 – 6; from 90 minutes before kick-off.  

​⁃​via Fan Zone from 1pm.  Fan zone including bar, pool table, kids arcade and televised early kick off fixture will be available to both Home & Away fans. 

Tickets can be purchased either online via bit.ly/ClydeVsSons , or cash/contactless purchase at the ticket window.

The kiosks within the stadium are cash only

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

SUPPORTERS BUS

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

BY TRAIN

Supporters arriving by train should alight at Hamilton West. It is an approximate 10-minute walk, via William Street to the stadium.

BY CAR

Access to the New Douglas Park car park will be restricted.  Those with appropriate accreditation, including disability parking badges can use stadium parking. For all other supporters, there is free car parking within walking distance of the stadium, with large open air car parks on Caird Street and Beckford Street, and the car park underneath Morrisons on Auchinraith Avenue.

Wheelchair users enter the stadium via a specifically sign-posted and manned gate. To order carer tickets or to notify of additional support needs please contact dao@clydefc.co.uk in advance of the match

SUPPORTER BEHAVIOUR

Supporters are strongly reminded the use of pyrotechnics/Flares/Some 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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