Dunfermline Athletic

Match Day Information - Morton

Friday, 21st Sep 2018

All your match day information ahead of tomorrow`s trip to Greenock Morton

Advice for travelling support

Our colleagues at Greenock Morton have provided the following information for tomorrow`s match at Cappielow.

There are no planned rail engineering works scheduled between Dunfermline and Greenock. There are lane closures on the M8 motorway near Erskine which has been causing some delays. Please leave plenty of time for your journey. Check www.scotrail.co.uk and www.trafficscotland.org for details.

Prices for entry are Adult £20, Concession £15(Over 65, student and 17 -20yrs. PROOF MUST BE SHOWN), Age 12-16yrs £5, Child under 12yrs £1 (must be accompanied by adult). Cash only. No tickets available for away fans.

Wheelchair users pay but carer is free. 1 carer per wheelchair user unless there are special requirements for another carer. This is due to limited space.
Wheelchair users and carers enter via main stand entrance in Sinclair Street. The wheelchair area is shared with home fans and is under cover although rain can enter depending on wind direction.

The entry point for all other away fans is as follows: Enter via turnstiles at west side of the stadium (Wee Dublin End). Supporters buses can drop off on East Hamilton Street facing west just past the Arnold Clark showroom. The buses can uplift fans from there 15 minutes prior to end of game and continue to next roundabout (McDonalds) to return east.

Supporters will be accommodated in the covered west section of the terracing (standing only). There is also limited seating available in the main stand. Both areas are accessed from west turnstiles.

Supporters buses can park free within the main carpark, accessed from the A8/Sinclair Street junction. Bus drivers must ensure they leave the main carpark at least 15 minutes prior to the end of match to uplift supporters.

Car parking is charged at £3 and accessed from the above entrance. Please note that all vehicles (except coaches) will require to turn left on exiting the car park and travel south on Sinclair Street under the railway bridge. Drivers can then take second left (Weir Street) and follow road to the end. At T –junction, turn left (Gibshill Road) and re-join the A8 East Hamilton Street.

The main stand is a no smoking area and includes e- cigarettes or similar devices.
Weather forecast for Greenock is for sunny intervals (please note it is Greenock and this could change).

Fans under the influence of alcohol will not be admitted and are liable to arrest.  All bags will be searched with random persons searching undertaken. Surfing flags are not permitted and any other flags will be checked to ensure that they are not offensive or derogatory. Greenock Morton has a policy on unacceptable conduct and behaviour which will be fully enforced.

Please note Greenock Morton FC will allow a drum or other suitable instruments into the stadium. It must be presented to a steward for inspection prior to entry. If the use of the instrument is causing a disturbance and affecting fan behaviour then it will be removed from the individual until the end of the match.

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