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    • Last Updated: 17th November 2016
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    • Club Info
      Club Dundee
      Official Website https://dundeefc.co.uk/
      Telephone 01382 889966
      Commercial Enquiries [email protected]
      Email Address [email protected]
    • Ground Information
      Ground Nick Name Dens
      Opened 1899
      Capacity 11,850 seats
      Record Attedance 43,024 vs rangers, 7th february 1953
      Pitch Size: 100 X 64 Meters
      Pitch Type Grass
      Heating No

    Dens Park or its name new name due to a sponsorship deal, The Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park has been the home to Dundee since 1899 following the clubs move from Carolina Port.

    The record attendance at Dens Park occurred in 1953 against Rangers when a massive 43,024 supporters fill the stadium.

    Th main stand was designed by Archibald Leitch and was opened in 1921. Apart from the South Enclosure and the Provost Road end having a roof put over it’s head, the ground had not seen much of an overhaul to it until 1999 when both stands behind the goal were demolished and new modern stands were built.

    The ‘Provie’ Road end was then renamed The Bobby Cox Stand and the TC Keay End, The Bob Shankly Stand. These stands were erected in just 82 days as the club battled to meet the Scottish Premier League’s new seat-capacity guidelines. The club were under pressure to meet the demands of the Premier League or face expulsion from the top-flight but in November 1998, the club were given the green light to procced with the construction early in the new year with the Scottish Sports Council Lottery Sports Fund and the Football Trust fronting half of the £2.6 million needed for the project.

    It had been announced in 2016 that our American owners had purchased land at Camperdown with intent to build a new stadium for the club. This was confirmed by them in early 2017 with the plans for the new layout being released to the public in September later that year.

    By bus:
    The following buses leave from the city centre at frequent intervals. Numbers 1a, 18, 19 & 21 from Meadowside and Number 22 from  High Street.

    By train:
    Trains from all over the country pass through the main Dundee station and supporters can then proceed to the ground by the above bus services from stops situated within walking distance of the station

    By Car:

    Approaching from a westerly direction, (eg Glasgow or Edinburgh)

    As you approach at the round-a-bout, continue on the A90 (KINGSWAY) for about 2 miles, take the second flyover exit (B960) and follow the signs for FOOTBALL TRAFFIC until you reach the stadium

    This will take you to the stadium.

    Travelling from the south (via Tay Road Bridge)

    Exit the Tay Road Bridge in the right hand lane then stay in the left hand lane on the inner ring road. You will approach a set of traffic lights (Arnold Clark Garage on your right) turn left at the lights, straight through the next roundabout. Stay in the left hand lane which will split in two as you approach the next roundabout (LADYWELL). Keep in the second lane from the left and you will be directed up Victoria Road. Continue up this road which becomes Dens Road after about 1 mile. Turn right at the second mini roundabout into Arklay Street and take the second street on your left.

    The stadium is approximately 400 yards on your left.

    Travelling from the North (Grampian)

    As you approach Dundee on the A90 you will arrive at the Kingway at the “SHELL” garage, continue straight ahead (A929) then turn right at the traffic lights along Clepington Road, follow the signs for “Football Traffic”

    Travelling from The North (Inverness-shire)

    Follow the A9 South and follow signs for PERTH.

    Once you reach the BROXDEN ROUNDABOUT follow signs for DUNDEE.

    As you approach Dundee at the round-a-bout, continue on the A90 (KINGSWAY) for about 2 miles, take the second flyover exit (B960) and follow the signs for FOOTBALL TRAFFIC until you reach the stadium.

    https://dundeefc.co.uk/club/dens-park/

    The Club operate a category system A & B system whereby the most popular games cost more to watch. The ticket prices are the same for all areas of Dens Park.

    Category A Games (Aberdeen, Celtic, Dundee United, Hearts)

    • Adults: £25,
    • Over 65's/Students: £18,
    • Under: 16's £15 

    Category B Games (Other SPL Clubs)

    • Adults: £22,
    • Over 65's/Students: £15,
    • Under 16's: £12
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