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  1. The Under 18's start their season against Partick Thistle, at Petershill kick off at 6pm.
  2. View this quiz The history of Dundee FC quiz (Part one) The long road started when two clubs merged together to the club which has existed since 1893. How well do you know of the history of the two clubs Dundee FC owe their existence too? This is part one of this quiz. Submitter TheDarkBlues Type One Right Answer Time 5 minutes Total Questions 15 Category Dundee FC Quiz Submitted 12/11/23  
  3. #football #DundeeFC #Podcast Listen to the latest Twa Teams podcast here: https://www.thecourier.co.uk/courier-podcasts/twa-teams-one-street/ For more Dundee FC content from The Courier, visit: https://www.thecourier.co.uk/category/sport/football/dundee-fc/ Subscribe to our newsletters: https://www.thecourier.co.uk/newsletters/
  4. 29 minutes of TV Commentary from probably the greatest result in the history of Dundee Football Club. The German Champions were 2nd favourites for the cup, and had no less than 10 German Internationalists in their team. They were demolished by a rampant Dundee side. Excuse the quality, as its obviously old, and Ive no idea how many copies have been taken before it got into my hands. This, however, is gold for all Dundee fans.
  5. V SMiSA Stadium 12 August Cinch Premiership 3:00 pm TICKET INFORMATION Tickets will be on sale in the Dundee ticket office and online HERE on the Dundee website. Adults – £26 Concessions – £16 (includes Over 65, 13yr-17yr) Under 12 – £6 TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, click - HERE LIVE STREAM NO INFO YET ST MIRREN In July 2021, St Mirren completed their five-year journey to become a fan-owned club. The St Mirren Independent Supporters Association (SMISA) bought out the remaining shareholding of chairman Gordon Scott to become majority (51%) owners of the Buddies. The deal helped safeguard the club's future – formed in 1877 – by placing it in the hands of its supporters, the people who care for it the most. The move into fan ownership came in conjunction with charity and social enterprise Kibble who, in 2020, bought a 27 percent stake to become part-owners of the club. That model – where the club is owned by its fans and run in partnership with a charity – is believed to be unique in top-flight European football and allowed SMISA to complete the transition to fan ownership in five years rather than the original 10-year plan set out in 2016. And the dream of fan ownership has only been realized thanks to the financial backing from SMISA’s nearly-1200-strong membership over the past years and the support and growth of SMISA in general from its formation almost 20 years ago. Now that the shares have been purchased, the members’ contributions instead go towards supporting different club areas, including the youth academy and the charitable foundation. SMISA have four representatives on the St Mirren board, with chairman John Needham, Alex White, Gordon Scott and Paul McNeill representing. Vice-chairman Jim Gillespie and Mark McMillan sit on the board as representatives of Kibble. Although the club is owned by its fans, the day-to-day operations will continue to be run by Chief Operating Officer Keith Lasley and the St Mirren staff. LAST RESULT HIBERNIAN 2 v 3 ST MIRREN HEAD TO HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE'S most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history is available anywhere on the internet. 3 PLAYERS THAT PLAYED FOR DUNDEE AND ST MIRREN CHARLIE ADAM - Signed: September 15th, 2020 Date Left Club: May 31st, 2022 Dundee Career Totals: 65 first-team competitive appearances 11 first-team competitive goals. ALEX JAKUBIAK- Signed: August 5th, 2020 Date Left Club: June 9th, 2023 Dundee Career Totals: 45 first-team competitive appearances 11 first-team competitive goals. MARK O`HARA- Signed: June 8th, 2016 Date Left Club: May 25th, 2018 Dundee Career Totals: 71 first-team competitive appearances 11 first-team competitive goals LAST 3 MEETINGS Sat, Jan 21st, 2023 Scottish Cup (4th Round) AWAY 0-0 lost on penalties Sat, May 7th, 2022League (Premiership) AWAY 0-2 Wed, Mar 9th, 2022League (Premiership) HOME 0-1 LAST RESULT DUNDEE FC 1 v 1 MOTHERWELL PREVIOUS GAMES V ST MIRREN
  6. V Kilmac Stadium 5th August 2023 Cinch Premiership 3 Pm TICKET INFORMATION Adults £26 Student £16 Over 65 £16 Under 18s £12 Under 12s £4 Season ticket voucher 1 Tickets for our first premiership game of the season can be bought online - HERE or in-store. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed unless there is a home match The ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off for evening matches TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, click - HERE LIVE STREAM The match will be live on DeeTV for subscribers outside of the UK. SUPPORTERS INFORMATION Ticket pod will be in operation outside the club store for collecting tickets. We advise supporters to buy tickets early to avoid queues in the ticket office before kick-off. The Penman lounge will be open to home supporters from 12:30pm. Turnstiles will open at 2pm, we advise fans to arrive early to avoid congestion and to create an atmosphere in the stadium before kick-off. The Cinch Championship Flag presentation will begin from 2:55pm There will be a minute’s applause before kick-off in honour of the late Craig Brown. The middle food kiosk in the Bobby Cox stand accepts card payments, the rest of the food kiosks are cash only. Dundee FC Community Trust will be collecting toys for their Toy Appeal and will have donation stations at each stand of the stadium before kick-off. For those who would prefer to leave a cash donation, Dundee FC CT staff will be situated next to donation stations. Residents Parking Zones are now in place around the Kilmac Stadium on match days. This means only residents with the required permit will be allowed to park within the designated zone. Signage is in place at the entry points to the controlled zone. There will not be any parking bollards in place but be assured that unless you have a permit you cannot under any circumstances park within this zone. Any infringement could result in penalty charges. HEAD TO HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE'S most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history is available anywhere on the internet. 3 PLAYERS THAT PLAYED FOR DUNDEE AND MOTHERWELL Tommy Coyne - Signed: December 13th, 1986 (£75,000), Dundee Career Totals:127 first-team competitive appearances,60 first-team competitive goals. Willie Falconer - Signed: July 1st, 1998, Dundee Career Totals :88 first-team competitive appearances,21 first-team competitive goals. Mark O`Hara - Signed: June 8th, 2016, Dundee Career Totals:71 first-team competitive appearances,11 first-team competitive goals. THE LAST THREE MEETINGS Sat, Mar 5th, 2022 League (Premiership) Away 1-1 Sat, Nov 27th, 2021League (Premiership) Home 3-0 Sat, Aug 28th, 2021League (Premiership) Away 0-1 PREVIOUS GAMES v MOTHERWELL
  7. V Kilmac Stadium 30th July 2023 Viaplay Cup Ko 3 pm TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. Adults – £15 Concessions - £10 U12s – £5 The home stand will be the Bobby Cox Stand. Away fans will be situated in the Bob Shankly Stand. Buy online - HERE or in-store. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed unless there is a home match The ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off for evening matches, LIVE STREAMS LIVE VIDEO FOR INTERNATIONAL SUBSCRIBERS - LIVE AUDIO FOR UK SUBSCRIBERS. THERE IS NO PPV FOR THIS MATCH AS IT IS A TV BROADCAST GAME TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, click HERE HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE'S most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history is available anywhere on the internet. THE LAST THREE MEETINGS Sat, Apr 22nd, 2023 League (Championship) Away 1-1 Sat, Feb 25th, 2023 League (Championship) Home 1-1 Sat, Dec 3rd, 2022 League (Championship) Away 1-0 PREVIOUS GAMES v INVERNESS CT
  8. V Kilmac Stadium Date: 26th July 2023 Time: 7:45 pm TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. Adults – £15 Concessions - £10 U12s – £5 The home stand will be the Bobby Cox Stand. Away fans will be situated in the Bob Shankly Stand. Buy online - HERE or in-store. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed unless there is a home match The ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off for evening matches, TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, click HERE HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE'S most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history is available anywhere on the internet. THE LAST THREE MEETINGS Sat, Jan 22nd, 2022 Scottish Cup (4th Round) Away 1-0 Sat, Jul 23rd, 2016 League Cup (Group A) Home 6-2 Tue, Jun 28th, 2016 Friendly Away 2-1 PREVIOUS GAMES v DUMBARTON
  9. V Saturday 22 July 3:00 pm Ko Excelsior Stadium CLUB HISTORY Airdrieonians FC, long known to their fans and others as The Diamonds, has a unique place in Scottish football history. Formed in 1878, a decade earlier than Glasgow Celtic, Airdrieonians made their reputation locally in 1885 by winning a charity football tournament run by the local cricket club. The following year Airdrieonians furthered that reputation nationally by inflicting a 10-2 defeat upon Glasgow Rangers, that club's worst known loss on its own ground. The 1920s brought an era of resounding success, the culmination of which was victory over Hibernian in the Scottish FA Cup in 1924. From 1922 to 1926, only Rangers and Celtic prevented Airdrieonians from winning the Scottish League. Thanks to the daring cup runs that were the club's trademark, once in a lifetime occasions became commonplace for Diamond fans. In addition to their 1924 win, Airdrieonians appeared in no fewer than three other Scottish FA Cup Finals, and innumerable other semi-finals both in that tournament and in the Scottish League Cup. Airdrieonians won the Spring Cup in 1976, captained by the legendary Derek Whiteford, and the Bells Challenge Cup in both 2000 and 2001. The history of the Diamonds is littered with glittering achievements and football landmarks, beginning with the awarding of the game's first-ever penalty kick in 1891, and a 33-year unbroken run in Scotland's top division after winning what was then called the Second League in 1902-03. Hughie Gallacher, one of the all-time great centre-forwards, sprang to national and international prominence as an Airdrie player. Manchester United poached their manager in October 1921. Stanley Matthews played in the famous shirt in the 1940 War Cup semi-final replay. The first-ever international penalty shoot-out in football took place at Broomfield, as Airdrie dumped English top division leaders Nottingham Forest out of the inaugural British (Texaco) Cup in 1970. In the same competition a season later, three other English First Division clubs, Manchester City, Huddersfield Town and Derby County, experienced first hand how hard a Diamond can be. Managed by Brian Clough at the height of his powers, Derby scraped through to victory in the final on the narrowest of margins after a 0-0 first-leg draw at Broomfield. Derby became champions of the English Football League a matter of days later, demonstrating just how excellent that Airdrie team was. All this, and more, from a club where the players could train only for a couple of hours three times a week, at the end of the working day in their real jobs, as teachers, car salesmen, electricians, builders' labourers and dustbinmen. Having been driven into full liquidation in May 2002, Airdrieonians FC became even more famous for being the first Scottish senior club to go out of business since Third Lanark in 1967. The spirit lived on, though, as the town welcomed Airdrie United into being, and saw it win the Bells Challenge Cup in 2008. Thanks to the efforts of owner and chairman Jim Ballantyne, the name Airdrieonians was restored in time for the start of the 2013-14 season. We're at last back to two lions - and a cockerel - on the shirt. TICKET PRICES ADULT - £15 CONCESSION (Over 65, Student, Unemployed, Disabled, 16-17) - £10 CHILD (Under 16) - £5 BUY TICKETS HERE LIVE STREAM Our DTVLive stream of tomorrow's Viaplay Cup match against Dundee is available as a one-off pay-per-view purchase, priced at £12. The stream is available worldwide. BUY HERE On SPFL 01 for firestick. HEAD TO HEAD between 1893 and 2001 2001 and present day The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web PLAYED FOR Dundee Fc and Airdrieonians Grant Adam, Jonathan Afolabi, John Baird, Ryan Conroy, Kyle Gourlay, Daniel Higgins, Simon Lynch, Kevin McBride, Leighton McIntosh PREVIOUS GAMES
  10. V New Dundas Park Bonnyrigg Midlothian EH19 3AE CLUB HISTORY Bonnyrigg Rose F.C. are a Scottish football club from the town of Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. The club was founded in 1881 from Bonnyrigg Swifts who trace their origins back to 1874 and were nicknamed the Rose. Notable former players John White- Part of the Spurs double winning side of 1960/61, winning 22 Scotland caps Pat Stanton- Hibernian legend and capped 16 times for Scotland Jimmy Mackay - Capped 52 times for Australia, he scored the decisive goal aginst South Korea that sent the Socceroos to their first World Cup in 1974 Jim Hermiston Scottish Cup winner with Aberdeen & in Dons Hall of Fame Jackie Myles- Scotland's most capped Junior International Sean Connery- An Actor of some repute TRAVEL GUIDANCE BY CAR From the North Once on the M90 (likely joining on from the A9, A90 or A85 if based above Perthshire), head south over Queensferry Crossing and join the Edinburgh Bypass southbound, before heading off at Lasswade Junction. From the West From the M8, turn onto the Edinburgh Bypass at Hermiston Gait and head southbound until turning off at Lasswade. From the East / South-East Join on the A1 motorway, before following the A1 onto the A7 Edinburgh Bypass until reaching Lasswade/Bonnyrigg. From the South Take the A68 or A703/A701 (whichever is best for you) northbound. The A68 will lead directly onto the Edinburgh Bypass, while heading to Bonnyrigg via Rosewell is best for the A703/A701 route. From Edinburgh and Surrounding Areas Use the Edinburgh Bypass (turn off Lasswade) or head south from the City via Lasswade Road. BY BUS Lothian Bus 31 Journey begins in East Craigs, Edinburgh and passes through Murrayfield, Edinburgh City Centre and Newington on route to Bonnyrigg. The 31 Bus stops on Bonnyrigg High Street and Dundas Street, both less than a two-minute walk from NDP. Lothian Bus 49 Journey begins in Rosewell, Midlothian (northbound) and Fort Kinnaird, Edinburgh (southbound). The bus passes through Portobelllo, Leith, Edinburgh City Centre, Newington, the Royal Infirmary and Dalkeith (all southbound) on route to Bonnyrigg. The 49 Bus stops on Lothian Street, less than a minutes walk from NDP. East Coast Bus 140 Route between Penicuik and Musselburgh, with Bonnyrigg in the middle. The 140 also stops in Roslin, Loanhead and Dalkeith, among others. The 140 Bus stops on Lothian Street, less than a minutes walk from NDP. BY TRAIN To reach Bonnyrigg by train, travel to Eskbank Station. Then, a short walk or a even shorter car / taxi journey to NDP after, with the 49 Bus also an option. CAR PARKING Parking at New Dundas is restricted to players and officials only. However there are a number of places all within a 5-10 walk to the ground where car parking spaces can be found. The largest of these is at Lasswade High School (9A Eskdale Drive,EH19 2LA) where there are hundreds of car parking spaces available. There are also smaller car parks at King George V Park at Park Road just of the High St, at Bonnyrigg Toll behind the Bannoc Brewhouse/Beetroot Bar and Grill at Dobbies Rd and Campview Rd behind Pias Takeaway/Ladbrokes. TICKETS Tickets for our away match against Bonnyrigg Rose on Tuesday 18th July are now on general sale and are available to all supporters to purchase. Tickets for this match need to be purchased from the Ticket Office in the club shop or over the phone. Adult: £15 Concession: £10 Under 16: £5 HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web PLAYED FOR DUNDEE FC AND BONNYRIGG ROSE Graham Harvey Ewan Moyes PREVIOUS GAME
  11. V Balmoral Stadium Wellington Circle Altens Aberdeen, AB12 3JG Balmoral Stadium is a football ground located in the Cove Bay area of Aberdeen, Scotland. Opened in 2018, it is the home ground of Scottish League One club Cove Rangers. From 2021, it is being shared by Scottish Women's Premier League team Aberdeen. Capacity: 2,602 (Seats 410) Telephone: 01224 392111 Pitch Size: 105 x 68 yards Pitch Type: Artificial 4G Club Nickname: Wee Rangers or Toonsers Year Ground Opened: 2018 Home Kit: Blue and White Where To Drink? There is a small ‘fan zone’ clubhouse bar at the stadium which welcomes visiting fans. As the ground is located on an industrial estate, which is about out of town too, then there is not much else nearby in terms of drinking places. One exception is the Wellington Hotel on Wellington Road (the A956) which has a sizeable bar. It is located around half a mile, or a ten minute walk away from the stadium. There is also the Landykes on Loriston Road, in Cove, located just under a mile to the east of the ground. Directions and Car Parking The Balmoral Stadium is located to the South of Aberdeen. FROM THE SOUTH Leave the A92 and take the A956 towards Altens. On reaching a roundabout with a Burger King and a Shell Garage on the left-hand side. Take the first exit towards the retail park and then follow the road as it first bears around to the right into the industrial estate, passing the Royal Mail office on the left. The ground is at the end of this road. FROM THE NORTH Follow the A92 around Aberdeen heading towards Dundee. After crossing the Bridge over the River Dee, then at the next roundabout, take the first exit onto the B9077, signposted Altens Industrial Estate. Go straight over the next two roundabouts and at the third, take the third exit onto the A956, towards Perth. You will then pass the Wellington Pub & Grill on your right and a Shell Garage on your left. At the next roundabout where there are a Burger King and a Shell Garage on the right-hand side. Take the fourth exit towards the small retail park and then follow the road as it first bears around to the right, into the industrial estate passing the Royal Mail office on the left. The ground is at the end of this road. CAR PARKING There is a small car park at the ground. Otherwise, there is street parking available on roads around the Balmoral Industrial Estate that the ground is located in. BY TRAIN Aberdeen Railway Station is around three miles away from the Balmoral Stadium and is uphill most of the way, so it is rather far to walk. However, there is a very good bus service that will take you along the A956 near to the stadium. From Aberdeen Railway Station cross the road to the other side of Guild Street. The First Aberdeen Number 3 bus goes from here towards Cove. After passing a Shell Garage on the left, then at the next roundabout (where there is another Shell Garage on the right and a Burger King) get off and follow the road in-between Shell and Burger King into the small Retail Park and then the Industrial Estate. The stadium is at the end of this road. The bus takes about 15 minutes and runs every 15 minutes during the day, reducing to half hourly in the evenings. There is one back after an evening game. You can view timetables on the First Group website. Booking train tickets in advance will normally save you money! Find train times, prices and book tickets with Trainline. Click on the banner below to see how much you can save on the price of your tickets: PRICES £10 Adults £5 concessions Buy tickets HERE HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web Played for Dundee Fc and Cove Rangers Leighton McIntosh Josh Mulligan Finlay Robertson Ray Stephen Jerry O'Driscoll Daniel Higgins Kyle Gourlay THE LAST THREE MEETINGS Friday, Apr 28th, 2023 League (Championship) Home 0-0 (D) Saturday, Mar 4th, 2023 League (Championship) Away 2-0 (W) Sunday, Feb 12th, 2023 League (Championship) Home 3-0 (W) PREVIOUS GAMES
  12. Wednesday 12th July 7.15pm Kick Off Garfield park - Arbroath Admission will be: Terraced Adult £13 Terraced concession £7 Terraced disability plus carer £7 Terraced parent plus 1 child(u12) £15 Terraced parent plus 2 children(u12) £16 Buy tickets here
  13. Saturday 8th July 12:30pm Kick Off Waterford Regional Sports Centre – Waterford Admission will be: All supporters £5 Tickets are now available to buy online. Supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets online in advance of the match as there will only be a limited number of tickets available in the club shop across from the RSC and a limited number at the turnstiles before the game. Ground: Waterford Regional Sports Centre Address: Cork Road, Waterford How to get there: By Car – From Dublin and the North At the end of the M9, take the first exit onto the N9 towards Waterford. Continue along the N9 and the R448 and on reaching Waterford Railway Station on your left, take the second exit at the roundabout to cross the river towards the City Centre. Keep straight until reaching a junction where you take the second exit onto Morrison’s Road. At the end of Morrison’s Road, you will reach a T-junction where you turn right onto Cannon Street. Take the first exit at the roundabout. Continue down the hill at the second set of traffic lights turn left and at the next roundabout take the third exit onto the R680 Cork Road and the entrance to the RSC is just down on the left. By Car – From the South and Cork Follow the N25 towards Waterford. On reaching the roundabout that is the junction with the R680, take the third exit onto the R680 towards Kilmeaden. Go straight across two roundabouts heading towards Waterford City Centre, the RSC will then be on your right. By Train – Waterford Railway Station is located on the North side of the River Suir and is around 7km away from the Waterford Regional Sports Centre. By Bus – Once in Waterford the stadium is out in the South-West of Waterford, making it roughly a 40 minute walk from the town centre. The main bus service is the 360 which leaves Waterford bus station every 30mins (from bay 7/8 by the bus shelter) and takes roughly 10 minutes. The nearest stop to the ground is the Kilbarry Centre which is behind the RSC. Other facts Ex Celtic player Scott Brown is the manager of fleet wood town Fleetwood town owner Andy Pilley has been jailed for 13 yrs for fraud recently.
  14. We travel to Ireland for our pre-season training camp and whilst there will play matches against Bray Wanderers and Fleetwood Town. See below for all match information, ticket information and travel advice for these two matches. Wednesday 5th July 7:30pm Kick Off Carlisle Grounds – Bray Admission will be: Adults €10 Under 18s €5 There is the option to purchase tickets in advance from the home team website, click HERE or you can pay at the gate on the day. Ground: Carlisle Grounds Address: Quinsborough Road, Bray, County Wicklow How to get there from Dublin: By Car – From Dublin: Take the N11 out of Dublin or M50 Southbound. Exit the M50/N11 merge at junction 5 Bray North. At the roundabout take the second exit towards Bray. Continue straight on along the Dublin Road, cross the Dargle Bridge and turn left at the lights just beyond the Royal Hotel. Continue down Quinnsborough Road. The Carlisle is on your left just before the level crossing. By Bus – Dublin Bus numbers 145 from Dublin City Centre, 84 (from Blackrock) or 45A from Dun Laoghaire. Routes 84 & 45A both go to Bray DART station, which is beside the Ground. Route 145 stops in Bray Main Street which is a short walk to the Ground. By Train – Journey time is 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre. Most south-east-bound trains stop at Bray, as do most trains from the South-east to Dublin. When you arrive at the station, leave by the main exit and turn right. The entrance and turnstiles are visible from there.
  15. With it looking increasingly likely that the title is going to - at least mathematically - go down to the last game of the season, how do we see it working out? Queens fans on pie and bovril suggesting our ticket allocation could be as low as 300 which would obviously be an absolute sh*t show. Would there be a hoard of dees stood outside the ground? Lottery type draw for season ticket holders and everyone else has to do with BBC Scotland? Would the police even allow it to go ahead there? Or do we just do a Dumbarton away all over again and give all the tickets to Supporters Clubs?
  16. v Kilmac Stadium Date: 28th April 2023 Time: 7:45 pm SOUTH ENCLOSURE IS SOLD OUT SHANKLY -2186 seats COX - 479 MAIN STAND - 653 THE DARK BLUES FORUM FACEBOOK PAGE THE DARK BLUES TWITTER PAGE TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. Adults – £24 O65s/Student – £16 U18s – £10 U12s – £2 Under 12s must be bought in-store and proof of age is required when purchasing. Supporters wishing to attend who require disability access can only purchase tickets from the Ticket Office. Tap or scan the QR code to buy tickets DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, please tap or scan the QR code HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web Tap or scan the QR code to visit the website. THE LAST 3 MEETINGS Tuesday, October 4th 2022 League (Championship) Away 1-3 (L) Saturday, December 17th 2022 League (Championship) Home 3-0 (W) Saturday, March 4th 2023 League (Championship) Away 0-2 (W) PREVIOUS GAMES PREVIEW On Friday night we take on Cove Rangers in our last home league match of the season and our penultimate game of the league campaign. With two matches remaining Dundee remain top of the Cinch Championship, one point ahead of Queens Park in second position. The team is currently on an eight match unbeaten run, having won four and drawn four. Last Saturday saw the Dee leave Inverness with a point after a 1-1 draw. READ MORE HERE
  17. Going to be a tough match and our biggest game of the season so far. Whilst our record in Inverness isn't great it isn't nearly as bad as I'd thought with, over the last 10yrs, ICT having 3 wins and us having 2, one in 2018 and one last December. It'll be the league's 2 form teams though going head to head with us going for the title and ICT attempting to earn a play-off place so there'll be plenty at stake bar the points. Hopefully a large and vocal support can make the 2.5hr trip up the A9 and roar us on to victory. Tickets sorted for me +2 and raring to go.
  18. What do you think the result will be and who will start against Greenock Morton?
  19. v Stadium: Gayfield 8th April 2023 Ko 3 pm THE DARK BLUES FORUM FACEBOOK PAGE THE DARK BLUES TWITTER PAGE TICKET INFORMATION Terraced Adult - Away Support £20 Terraced Concession - Away Support £13 Terraced Disability plus Carer - Away Support £13 Terraced Parent & 1 Child (u/12) Adm - Away Support £23 Terraced Parent & 2 Children (u/12) Adm - Away Support £25 To Buy scan or click the QR code DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, please tap or scan the QR code HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web Tap or scan the QR code to visit the website. PREVIOUS GAMES
  20. v As we enter the final stretch of the cinch Championship campaign, this Saturday sees us host Hamilton Academical at the Kilmac Stadium. The club has decided to run a special ticket deal and also keep the Bob Shankly Stand for home supporters for this match. Tickets are on sale now for the match from the Ticket Office and online. Ticket prices £15 adults £10 students £10 O65’s £5 U18’s Furthermore the club has decided to reduce the 2023/24 adult season tickets by £15 up until 7th of April. This brings the price down to £365. THE DARK BLUES FORUM FACEBOOK PAGE THE DARK BLUES TWITTER PAGE TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. Adults – £15 O65s/Student – £10 U18s – £5 Under 12s must be bought in-store and proof of age is required when purchasing. Supporters wishing to attend who require disability access can only purchase tickets from the Ticket Office. Tap or scan the QR code to buy tickets DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell or give away, please tap or scan the QR code HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web Tap or scan the QR code to visit the website. PREVIOUS GAMES
  21. V Stadium: Kilmac Stadium Date: 21st March 2023 Time: 7:45 pm THE DARK BLUES FORUM FACEBOOK PAGE THE DARK BLUES TWITTER PAGE TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. Adults – £24 O65s/Student – £16 U18s – £10 U12s – £2 Under 12s must be bought in-store and proof of age is required when purchasing. Supporters wishing to attend who require disability access can only purchase tickets from the Ticket Office. Tap or scan the QR code to buy tickets DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell, or give away, please tap or scan the QR code HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web Tap or scan the QR code to visit the website. PREVIOUS GAMES AYR UNITED | MATCH PREVIEW After Saturday’s 0-0 draw away to Partick Thistle, we are back in action three days later, this time at home to Ayr United. It’s a 7.45 pm kick-off at the Kilmac Stadium on Tuesday night as we welcome Ayr United. Just as it was on Saturday, it is second versus third in the cinch Championship, Ayr’s 2-0 win against Hamilton on Saturday takes them up to third as they overtook Thistle in the league. This will be the fourth league meeting of the sides this season, with Dundee winning the last two meetings. Back in December Dundee triumphed 2-0 at Somerset Park and the last time Ayr visited Dundee in October we won 2-1. READ MORE HERE DEE TAKE ALL THREE POINTS The Dark Blues put in a crowd-pleasing performance to see off Ayr United with a convincing 3-1 victory at the Kilmac Stadium tonight. Ryan Sweeney gave the Dee an early lead only for Dipo Akinyemi to grab a quick equaliser. Dundee shaded the first half but went on to take charge after halftime. Alex Jakubiak and Luke McCowan scored and there could have been a few more goals as the Dark Blues finished as comfortable winners. READ MORE HERE
  22. V cinch Championship Sat 18 March 2023. Kick Off: - 15:00 Firhill Stadium TICKET INFORMATION Away Supporters Dundee supporters will be situated in the Colin Weir Stand for this fixture. Away fans can purchase their ticket for this league game through one of the two methods below: Purchase online Calling 0141 579 1971, selecting option 1 Away supporter ticket prices for this match are priced at: Adults – £20 Concessions (Over 65s, students, disabled supporters including carer, 16-18-year-olds) £15 Under 16 – £5 Online ticket sales for Dundee fans will be available right up until kick-off. There will be no provision available for physical in-person ticket sales for away supporters on matchday. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell, or give away, please tap or scan the QR code STREAMING Spfl match centre - Tap or scan the QR code will take you to the website HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web, Tap or scan the QR code to visit the website PREVIOUS GAMES
  23. Cove Rangers FC v Dundee Balmoral Stadium 3 PM KO TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now from the Cove Rangers website - Tap or scan the QR code STAND Adult £15 Concession (65+,12-17 years) £9 U12`s Free GROUND Adult £13 Concession (65+,12-17 years) £9 U12`s Free RESTRICTIONS Persons entering Balmoral Stadium on match days are only admitted subject to the following rules and regulations. The club reserves the right to eject from the ground any person who is considered to have committed any of the following acts: - Entering the ground by any means other than through the proper turnstile entrances - Entering the field of play before, during or after a game without prior authorization - Being drunk or under the influence of alcohol or drugs - Carrying items which may be considered a danger to others - Carrying or using flares, smoke bombs or any other pyrotechnic - Throwing any article into the field of play - Climbing floodlight pylons, fences, stands or any other structure or building - Using obscene or abusive language (racial, homophobic or otherwise) likely to cause offence to others - Using violence of any nature All vehicles parked within the grounds of the Balmoral Stadium are at the owner's risk All in accordance with 'CRFC Unacceptable Conduct Policy DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell, or give away, please - EXCHANGE TICKETS HERE STREAMING Spfl match centre - Tap or scan QR code will take you to the website HEAD-TO-HEAD The DEE ARCHIVE most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web, Tap or scan QR code to visit the website PREVIOUS GAMES
  24. TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. BUY TICKETS - HERE Adults – £24 O65s/Student – £16 U18s – £10 U12s – £2 Under 12s must be bought in-store and proof of age is required when purchasing. Supporters wishing to attend who require disability access can only purchase tickets from the Ticket Office. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell, or give away, please - EXCHANGE TICKETS HERE HEAD-TO-HEAD PREVIOUS GAMES PREVIEW It’s a quick turn around at the Kilmac Stadium as we are back in cinch Championship action this Tuesday as we host Partick Thistle, kick off 7.45pm. Dundee will be looking to get back to winning ways following Saturday’s 1-1 draw at home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle. Partick have seen big changes in recent weeks with Ian McCall departing as manager and Kris Doolan being placed in interim charge. Prices SEASON TICKET VOUCHER – 13 More info HERE PROGRAMME You can buy Saturday`s programme from Curtis sports website HERE for £2.00
  25. TICKET INFORMATION Tickets are on sale now both in-store at the Ticket Office and online. BUY TICKETS - HERE Adults – £24 O65s/Student – £16 U18s – £10 U12s – £2 Under 12s must be bought in-store and proof of age is required when purchasing. Supporters wishing to attend who require disability access can only purchase tickets from the Ticket Office. DUNDEE FC TICKET OFFICE OPENING HOURS Ticket Office: 01382 767039 Monday: 10 am – 5 pm Tuesday: 10 am – 5 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 5 pm Thursday: 10 am – 5 pm Friday: 10 am – 5 pm Saturday (Non-Match Day): 10 am-1 pm Home match days: 10 am – 30 minutes after the full-time whistle (please note that the ticket office is closed during the match) Sunday: Closed, unless there is a home match For evening matches the ticket office will generally open at 10 am and close at kick-off. TICKET EXCHANGE If you have a ticket you would like to sell, or give away, please - EXCHANGE TICKETS HERE STREAMING Spfl match centre - CLICK HERE HEAD-TO-HEAD THE DEE ARCHIVE's most comprehensive Dundee Football Club history record is available anywhere on the web. PREVIOUS GAMES PROGRAMME COVER You can buy Saturday`s programme from Curtis sports website HERE for £2.00
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