Away Fans Guide: Tannadice Park

Dundee United versus Morton

Ladbrokes Premiership promotion play-off, second leg

Friday 12 May 2017 | 7.45pm kick-off

By John Malcolm

The Morton support will be accommodated within the Jim McLean Fair Play Stand at Tannadice Park tonight and the match is all-ticket.

Stewards will offer assistance to wheelchair users at the away end of the ground but they may be located in the designated area away from the visiting support. Wheelchair users are free but carers have to pay.

Like all Scottish grounds Dundee United have a searching policy as a condition of entry and there is zero tolerance as regards unacceptable conduct.

Following pyrotechnic incidents at the last visit of Morton to Dundee United, and recent use at other Scottish grounds, supporters are again reminded that the use of such devices is illegal and dangerous.

Dundee United warn that any person(s) found to have such devices will be reported to Police Scotland and will be arrested and in all probability detained for Court (Monday).

Dundee United have a flag policy, which is: no flags unless on a cane less than 3ft in length; no flag surfing; banners must have a valid fire approval certificate and will be inspected prior to admission. Banners will be displayed only under the direction of safety stewards.

Drums are not permitted within the stadium. There is zero tolerance as regards unacceptable conduct and like all Scottish grounds, Dundee United have a searching policy as a condition of entry.

Smoking, which includes E-cigarettes, is not permitted within Tannadice. Like most other clubs, Dundee United operate a searching policy prior to admission to the ground.


Entry is by ticket only and admission is:

Adults: £12

Concessions (Over 65, Under 18, full-time student with valid card): £6

*Concessions MUST have photographic proof at point of purchase and will also be asked for proof at turnstiles.


Travel by Road: For those using sat nav, the address and postcode is: Tannadice Street, Dundee, DD3 7JW. Follow the M8 to M80 then signs for A9 Inverness. Follow A9 to Perth then A90 to Dundee. When in Dundee carry on along A90 Kingsway.

Please note the following variation from the normal route to the stadium …

Supporter vehicles when approaching Tannadice via the Kingsway and Old Glamis Road should go via Provost Road (southwards), Dens Road (Eastwards), Arklay Street (Northwards), Fairbairn Street (Westwards) and arriving in Neish Street (coaches only) to park up for the game.

The normal route to the ground, via Clepington Road, is currently under repair and is a one-way street westwards, and coaches travelling to the ground will not get access via Clepington Road.  

Regarding private cars, they will have to use on street parking near Tannadice which are not marked by ‘no waiting’ cones.

This may add additional time to the journey, please allow for delays and arrive in plenty of time for kick-off.

Travel by Rail: Glasgow Queen Street to Perth then change for Dundee. The station is a taxi ride from the stadium. Can be a long and expensive journey. Alternative is Queen Street to Edinburgh then final connection to Dundee. Check with Scotrail for times and connections.

Return from Dundee late on a Friday evening, especially if extra-time is being played, may prove difficult and supporters may miss the last Glasgow to Greenock service.


Supporters coaches will be directed to Neish Street, which is adjacent to the stadium, at no charge.

Those attending by private car are advised to find on-street parking around the stadium that us not covered by ‘No Parking’ cones as there are no car parking facilities available.

Travel Club Info

The Albert Hotel Morton Supporters’ bus for Dundee United leaves the Torpedo Factory Club in Gourock at 4.45pm and pick ups are available en-route. The club is running two coaches but there are now FULL.

The Greenock Morton Supporters Club bus to the Dundee United play-off quarter-final second leg leaves the club at 4.30pm with pick ups en-route.

If you would like a seat on the bus, please phone Marton on 07958080010. Alternatively, you can book seats through Facebook: or Twitter:


Image: David Bell