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    Pre-Season Fixtures/Dates/Prices

    • By UWTB1893
    • 03rd July 2017, 3:01 pm

    Dundee kick off their pre-season fixtures tomorrow when we visit the 2021 Paisley Stadium to take on St Mirren.

    We then make the short journey to Arbroath and then Brechin before finishing up with a home tie against Sky Bet Championship outfit Bolton Wanderers at Dens Park.

    4th July, 7.45pm – St. Mirren, 2021 Paisley Stadium

    8th July, 3pm – Arbroath, Gayfield

    11th July, 7.45pm – Brechin City, Glebe Park

    14th July, 7pm – Bolton Wanderers, Dens Park

    Ticket Prices are as followed:

    St Mirren: Adults £10, OAP + Children £5, Kids U18s go FREE if accompanied with a paying adult.

    Arbroath: Adults £10, OAP + Children £5, Parent + Child £12

    Brechin City: TBA*

    Bolton: TBA*

    *To be updated when announced

    Photo courtesy of: Th Dark Blues
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