|Pittodrie Park. Opened 1899. Home of the Dugout (invented by Donald Colman). First all-seated, all-covered stadium in the UK.
Travelling from the South:
Alternatively, take the second exit at the first roundabout on the A90 and then turn right at the next roundabout onto Holburn Street. Continue along Holburn Street to the very end and turn right onto Union Street. Continue to the end of Union Street and follow the road left onto King Street. Continue for about half a mile then turn right onto Pittodrie Street. The stadium is located on the right hand side.
Travelling from the North:
Travelling from the North East
|Please follow the directions for the stadium from the South of the city. The police will direct buses to coach parking areas. There is car parking available on the beach promenade.
|Local Pubs & Hotels:
|Lots of choice within the city centre
|There are 20 wheelchair spaces available in the Richard Donald Stand and 6 in the Merkland Stand which are for home support only and seating for Personal Assistants if required. There are seven wheelchair spaces in the away section for visiting supporters and seating for Personal Assistants if required. Please note that only one Personal Assistant is permitted to accompany a wheelchair user under the ticketing policy.