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Grounds By Club
At the moment this section lists some of the Scottish grounds Aberdeen have played at in recent years, and lists basic travel information. We intend to extend this section in the future to showcase some of the many grounds that Aberdeen Football Club have visited in over 100 years of competitive matches, including grounds like the Allianz Arena and the Ullevi Stadium.

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Aberdeen
Celtic logo
Celtic
Dundee logo
Dundee
Dundee United logo
Dundee United
Dunfermline logo
Dunfermline
Heart of Midlothian logo
Heart of Midlothian
Hibernian logo
Hibernian
Kilmarnock logo
Kilmarnock
Livingston logo
Livingston
Motherwell logo
Motherwell
Partick Thistle logo
Partick Thistle
Rangers logo
Rangers
Hampden logo
Hampden
St Johnstone logo
St Johnstone
Queen of the South logo
Queen of the South
Inverness CT logo
Inverness CT
Cove Rangers logo
Cove Rangers
Montrose logo
Montrose
Peterhead logo
Peterhead
Huntly logo
Huntly
Deveronvale logo
Deveronvale
Arbroath logo
Arbroath
Falkirk logo
Falkirk
Stranraer logo
Stranraer
Forres Mechanics logo
Forres Mechanics
St. Mirren logo
St. Mirren
Heart of Midlothian

Tynecastle, Edinburgh
Ground: Tynecastle
Address: Tynecastle Stadium
Gorgie Road
Edinburgh
EH11 2NL
Telephone: 0333 043 1874
Ground Information: In 1886, Hearts moved across Gorgie Road to the present site (also known as "Tynecastle Park", or "New Tynecastle"), which was leased from Edinburgh Corporation. Hearts played a friendly against Bolton Wanderers to inaugurate their new home on 10 April 1886.
Travel
By Train:

Aberdeen to Edinburgh Haymarket (last stop before Waverly Station).
Proceed along Dalry Road and Gorgie Road.
Buses are available from town to Tynecastle.
By Car/Coach: Join the A8 and continue along it until you reach the Haymarket junction. Take the right hand lane in the one way system before taking the left hand route along the Dalry Road until you join the Gorgie Road. Once passed under the railway bridge turn right onto McLeod Street. Continue along this street to join the Russell Road where coaches can be parked.
Parking: There are no special parking arrangements and traffic wardens strictly control street parking. However there is street parking available north of Murrayfield Stadium and Corstorphine Road. South of the stadium parking is available at the south end of Gorgie Road and Shandon.
Coaches can park in Russell Road.
Local Pubs & Hotels: See Edinburgh City Centre