Victoria Park – Home to Ross County

Victoria Park is the home of Ross County. Victoria Park has one of the smaller playing surfaces at only 110 x 72 yards.

The Stadium currently accommodates 5,800 spectators, where seating capacity is approximately 2,800 all covered. There are 16 private boxes accommodating a further 253 people. There is also a new car park, providing some much needed parking space, there is a charge for parking but home supporters can also buy a season ticket for the carpark. No supporters busses are allowed into the car park but bus parking is available behind the Jubilee Terrace or at the Railway station nearby.

Victoria Park has seen a lot of development from the club’s Highland League days. From just a small stand and one covered end the ground is now smart and well appointed place to watch football. Accommodation is available for 5,800 fans, 2,800 of which is covered seating. The road leading to the ground is Jubilee Park Road and this runs along the back of the old west stand, which is being extended to run the full length of the pitch.

The bulk of visiting fans will be on the Jubilee terrace (North End) which does not have a roof so find out what to wear by checking out the Latest Weather forecast for Dingwall. Access to the Jubilee Terrace is from turnstiles on Jubilee Park Road. There is also access for around 6 disabled persons in the away section, access for disabled people is also from Jubilee Road. Seating is also provided for away fans in the West stand.. Again access to this area is from Jubilee Road. Visiting Coaches will be parked in the new carpark behind the West Stand.

The home support is located in the South Terrace ” The Jail End” which is covered and the East Stand. Access to the Jail End will be from Jubilee Road while access to the East Stand will be from the turnstiles to the east of the Jail End. For the first time this season a family section will be available in the new West Stand. Access for the West Stand is from turnstiles on Jubilee Road. There is also access for around 6 disabled persons within the Jail End again access is from Jubilee Road. There are two club shops inside, and burger bars situated around the ground. There are sixteen private boxes in the east stand and disabled access for both home and away fans to the two terraces behind the goals.

Victoria Park’s South Terrace “The Jail End” is the home for the majority of the County support. It was nick-named the Jail End, many years ago, since the old county jail and courthouse building is situated a little behind it. The jail is no longer in use, although the court is, and the jail has now been converted into a block of flats.

The ground is five minutes walk away from the town centre, where there are plenty of bars to choose from. Scott Armstrong recommends; ‘The Mallard is a good friendly pub with excellent bar food. It is located by the railway station and only 300 yards from Victoria Park’.

Have a look at a map of Dingwall to help you find you way to the ground or follow these directions.

Admission and Programme Prices:

Seating: Adults £12, Concessions £6, Under 16’s £3
Terrace: Adults £10, Concessions £5, Under 16’s £2
Concessions apply to OAP’s and full time students.
Official Programme £1.50.
Check also Beautiful Victoria Park Tour

Contact:

Ross County Football Club – Victoria Park Stadium
Enquiries: 01349 862253
Fax: 01349 866277
Official website of Ross County Football Club, Scottish League Club: http://www.rosscountyfootballclub.co.uk/
Unofficial Web Site Of Ross County FC Fansite: http://thejailender.blogspot.com/

Location:

Ross County Football Club – Victoria Park Stadium
Victoria Park Stadium Jubilee Road, Dingwall,
Ross-shire IV15 9QW
Scotland, UK

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