Dunfermline Ticket Information

The 2021/22 cinch Championship season begins on Saturday and Dunfermline Athletic are our visitors to Cappielow.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow morning (Wednesday 28th July at 9am).

We’ve been granted a capacity of 1,500 for this match, a combination of seating and standing, by Inverclyde Council. We would like to thank Inverclyde Council for their support and cooperation. Tickets are limited to home fans only and we would like to highlight that this increase has been granted as a result of the excellent cooperation of the fans who attended both the Airdrie and Clyde matches. If we’re to retain the increased capacity for upcoming matches it’s crucial that everyone follows the rules in place.

Fans can purchase their tickets by visiting Smiths. Their opening times are 9am to 5.30pm every day.

Tickets won’t be available to purchase after 12pm on matchday, Saturday 31st July.

Ticket prices can be found here.

If fans can’t make it along to Cappielow on Saturday you can purchase a TonTV stream. It’s available for £14. If season ticket holders cannot attend Cappielow on Saturday, they need to contact the club to get their stream code activated to watch the match on TonTV.

As before, there will be allocated entry and exit times. Entry times are listed below.

Main Stand

Entry to the whole stand will be through the Sinclair Street main stand entrance.

  • Sections F and G – 1.30pm to 2.15pm
  • Sections A, B and C – 2.15pm to 2.45pm (Season tickets only)

The stand will exit after the game in reverse order (i.e. section A will leave first).

Wee Dublin End

Entry to the WDE stand will be through the “away” entrance. Entry times are as follows:

  • Sections M and N (nearest the cowshed) – 1.15pm to 1.45pm
  • Sections K and L (middle) – 1.45pm to 2.15pm
  • Sections H and J (stand side) – 2.15pm to 2.45pm

Cowshed Seating

Season ticket holders only – entry times are below.

  • Surnames A to L – 1.45pm to 2.15pm
  • Surnames M to Z – 2.15pm to 2.45pm

Standing Areas (Sinclair Street and Cowshed)

Season ticket holders only – entry times are below.

  • Surnames A to L – 1.45pm to 2.15pm
  • Surnames M to Z – 2.15pm to 2.45pm

The entry conditions include the requirement that social distancing must be always maintained, and face masks must be worn to cover the nose and mouth. There will be council officials in attendance at home matches to ensure that the club are following the necessary protocols. As such, if fans do not follow the Covid rules they will be asked to leave the stadium.

Supporters must arrive at Cappielow at their designated time. If you are late, you will not be permitted to enter the stadium. Please bear that in mind when purchasing your tickets.

On arrival, your temperature will be checked, and you will be required to sanitise your hands before entry.

Once inside the stadium, stewards will direct you to your seat or allocated standing area. You must remain in your position unless you require the use of the toilets.

We’ve had confirmation from the council that we’re able to open catering facilities on Saturday to sell cold drinks only. If you’re in the Cowshed, please do queue towards the Wee Dublin End to prevent merging with the toilet queue. Please feel free to bring your own food and drink, but remember flasks, bottles and cans are not permitted within the stadium.

Disabled and wheelchair user fans will be accommodated at the front of the Sinclair Street end. Again, we know this is far from ideal and discussions continue with the Disability Liaison Officer at the club to try and find a better solution. In the short term, with the current Covid restrictions in place, this is the best solution we can offer. Disabled fans will be allowed to bring an umbrella into the stadium if rain is forecast. If any of our disabled fans cannot attend please get in touch with the club to activate your TonTV stream code for the match.

We realise these restrictions make the matchday experience more complicated than usual. Your cooperation with the current rules and restrictions can help us get closer to normality more quickly.

We would like to thank all of you for your support and patience and look forward to seeing you at Cappielow.