Our Stadium

Getting to the Ground

The ground is well signposted once you reach Dingwall and our full address including the postcode for Sat-Nav is The Global Energy Stadium, Victoria Park, Dingwall IV15 9QZ.

We are located only 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of town and less than 500 metres from the Train Station. If using service buses to get to the match then the stop located on Hill Street (beside the Royal Hotel) is the closest to the ground and included on most of the main routes to and from the town and is just a couple of minutes’ walk from the ground.

There is ample free and well signposted car parking in Dingwall Town Centre, whilst there is also car parking available for both home and away fans at the ground on matchdays at a cost of £3. Please note spaces are extremely limited for larger games and if in doubt please call to check the situation before leaving. Also note that the standard matchday traffic arrangements implemented by the Council Traffic Wardens and Police Scotland mean that access to the Stadium by car is not possible in the final 30 minutes before kick-off at any game.

Please bear in mind that weather and road conditions can vary greatly both from area to area and indeed compared with previous forecasts. Therefore we would ask all fans, and particularly those travelling longer distances, to check the up to date weather situation and forecast as well as road conditions and incidents before making the decision to travel for any match. Up to date information can always be found at www.trafficscotland.info

For information on all public transport including timetables and a journey planner tool, check www.travelinescotland.com

The Jailend South Stand

Located behind the goals, the South Stand does not offer such a good view of the game but is traditionally the noisy section of the home support. Popular with fans who've been coming to the ground for longer than they'd care to remember and the younger generation of Staggies alike.

The East Stand

Running down the touchline, the East Stand offers a great view of the game although as it is accessed by walking along the rear of the Jailend South Stand, it is less suited for fans with mobility issues. The "Original" East Stand is located more centrally and offers great views of the game, whilst the "Extension" (added in 2012) is closer to the noisy Jailend Support.

The West Stand

Running down the touchline, the West Stand offers good views of the game as well as being the stand most sheltered from the elements and is also the most easily accessible stand for fans with limited mobility as it is closest to the town. Effectively split down the middle by the tunnel and camera positions, we recommend the "Original" section for fans who want to be closer to the noisy support of the Jailend, while the "New" section offers better toilet and tea bar facilities and tends to be popular with families as well as fans with limited mobility.

The North (Away) Stand

Although it is located behind the goals, having only been built in 2012 the Away Stand offers excellent views of the game as well as being well catered for in terms of toilets and catering facilities. For those unfamiliar with the ground, when arriving at the ground over the Railway Bridge from the town centre the North Stand is at the far end of the ground.