Aberdeen Away 3rd February – Admission Arrangements & Travel Info

 

Aberdeen v Hamilton Academical
Ladbrokes Premiership
Saturday 3rd February 2018
at Pittodrie Stadium, kick off 3pm

ADMISSION PRICES for our fans

Adult – £25

Over 65 – £19

Over 75/Student – £15

Under 18 – £10

Under 12- £6

Entry is by cash turnstiles, which will be open from 2pm.

FLAG POLICY – No surfing flags are allowed in the away section.
Flags on max 1.2m canes are allowed, and any large flags, which must be fire retardant, can be displayed over the unoccupied seats

 DELAYS COMING INTO THE CITY.

THERE ARE ROADWORKS SCHEDULED FOR TRAFFIC COMING JUST BEFORE CHARLESTON AND PORTLETHEN JUNCTIONS ,  OTHER THAN THE USUAL HOLD UPS IN THE HARBOUR AREA. ALLOW PLENTY OF TIME TO GET TO THE GROUND. THE TURNSTILES OPEN 1 HOUR PRIOR TO KO AND PERSONS SHOULD BE AT THE GROUND AT LEAST 25 MINUTES BEFORE KICK OFF TO ENSURE THAT THEY SEE THE START OF THE GAME.

SMOKING POLICY

PITTODRIE STADIUM IS A NON SMOKING STADIUM, IF A PERSON WISHES TO LEAVE THE GROUND TO SMOKE,  HE CAN DO SO BUT THEY WILL TREATED AS LEAVING THE STADIUM AND NOT BE ALLOWED TO RE ENTER.

COACH PARKING

It should also be noted that Aberdeen football club charges £10 per coach or mini bus to park in the golf road car park. This is the only designated coach park for away supporters coaches, any coaches or mini buses parking out with this area may be removed or incur a fixed penalty. If the coach driver or bus organizer could have the exact money ready, this would avoid any unnecessary delay. A receipt similar to a match ticket, will be issued it, contains the VAT number on the rear. Please note this does not permit the driver entry in to the ground

 

NOTE TRAIN TRAVEL

There are engineering works this weekend between Aberdeen and Dundee with a replacement bus service running in each direction.

Accordingly services will take longer, and will be fewer in number. Fans travelling by public transport should check National Rail and Scotrail websites and see information via British Transport Police too.

There are only four northbound services, all changing to a bus at Dundee, which will ensure arriving in good time for the game. These depart Glasgow Queen Street at 0742, 0841, 0908 and 0941. 
Returning after the game there are only three suitable services, departing Aberdeen (For GQS) at 1749, 1901 and 1956, again by bus to Dundee then train to Glasgow.

Please check before travelling.