Away Fans Guide: East End Park

Dunfermline Athletic versus Morton

Ladbrokes Championship

Saturday 10 December 2016 | 3pm kick-off

By John Malcolm

The away support will be seated in the East Stand and enter via turnstiles 10, 11 and 12. Wheelchair users should enter via a dedicated entrance at the east stand.

Like all Scottish grounds, searching is a condition of entry and there is a zero tolerance policy as regards abuse or anti-social behaviour.

Flags and banners are welcome provided they are presented for inspection at the point of entry. Flag poles and flag surfing is not permitted. An area for banners and flags will be provided and can be placed under the direction of the stewards.


Entry is pay at the gate and prices are: £17 for adults, £11 for concessions (over 60 and 12-16 year olds and proof is required), and £5 for children under-12. Wheelchair users pay concession prices while carers are free.


Travel by Road: For those using sat nav, the stadium post code is KY12 7RB. Use M8/M80/M876 following signs for Kincardine Bridge. After Kincardine Bridge take the A985. At Cairneyhill take A994 then A907 Carnegie Drive.

Roundabout at junction off Carnegie Drive and Appin Crescent, turn left into Holyrood Place. After 500 yards, turn right into Leys Park Road.

Roads users be aware, as part of the festive drink drive campaign, Police Scotland may be operating road checks in addition to speed enforcement at various locations.

Check Traffic Scotland website before travel.

Travel by Rail: OPTION 1: Greenock to Glasgow Central and change for train Edinburgh Haymarket then a further change for train to Dunfermline. Please check times as Glasgow Central to Edinburgh service is not frequent.

OPTION 2: Greenock to Glasgow Central. Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh Haymarket and change for train to Dunfermline.

The train station is around a 15 to 20 minute walk to the stadium, and all in, the journey will take over two hours. For example, the train leaving Greenock Central at 11.02am will get you in to Dunfermline at 1.50pm.


The away parking can be found off Leys Park Road and this will give direct access to the East Stand, and buses are £7 while cars are £2.

There is no easy alternation for bus parking. Cars uses may find on-street parking difficult. There is some space available on Cemetery Road and this involves a 15-minute walk through the cemetery.

There are car parks in Dunfermline town centre, but, again, this is a 15-minute walk and town centre car parks are likely to be very bust with Christmas shoppers.

Travel Club Info

The Albert Hotel Morton Supporters’ bus for the Ladbrokes Championship match against Dunfermline will leave the Torpedo Factory Club in Gourock at 12.15pm and pick ups are available en-route on request as always.

To book a seat please visit our Facebook page or call or text Jim on 07983600945. All monies must be paid in the club before boarding the bus.

Please note the club will be open from 11am and there is free parking in the car park next to the club, which can be accessed via Chalmers Street or Tarbet Street. All monies must be paid in the club before boarding the bus.


Image: David Bell