Dumbarton Football Club - Sons of the Rock 1872
Directions and Prices
The Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium- our home - is located at the foot of Dumbarton Rock and we can rightly claim to have one of the most picturesque stadiums in Scottish football.
We have space for just over 2000 spectators (2025 to be exact!) and accommodation for supporters is covered and all seated.
Car parking at the Cheaper Insurance Stadium is £1 per car, but for this you get the opportunity to win some cash courtesy of the half-time 50/50 draw. There are plenty of spaces available.
Travelling (away) supporters will be housed in the West section of the stadium, normally in sections one and two with access to facilities such as food stalls and programme vendors.
As Dumbarton Rock dominates the skyline for the town, the Dumbarton Football Stadium is easy to find.
If travelling by car, you should follow the A814 into the town from the main A82 trunk road and journey along Glasgow Road until you see Dumbarton East Station. 100 yards or so along from the station you will see a brown sign for the Castle (Victoria Street) and the ground is at the bottom of this road.
By train Dumbarton East Station is approximately five minutes walk from the Stadium.
Match Entry Prices for season 2015/16 as follows:
Category A matches v Rangers and Hibs - £20 adults, £11 concessions, Parent & Child - £26*
Category B Matches v St Mirren, Morton, Alloa Ath, Raith Rovers, QoS, Falkirk and Livingston - £18 adults, £9 concessions, Parent & Child - £24*
Season Ticket prices for season 2015/16 are as follows :
Prices for Season 2015/2016
|Season Ticket Prices Season 2015/2016|
|Category||Loyalty Period Price||Price|
|Parent + 1 Child U-12||£250||£265|
*Senior Citizens, students and Under-16s. Aged sixty-five as at 1/8/15 is the starting point for the "Senior Citizens" category. A valid matriculation card showing a full term entitlement from 1/8/15 is a requirement for student concessions.
Raith Rovers (3)
Next Home Match
Dumbarton v Alloa Ath
08 December 2015
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