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How do I get to Pittodrie Stadium?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Personally I’d say just take the 20 minute walk from town. It’s the least congested and stressful option, with the added advantage of being free. Based where it is on the sea front, there’s plenty of street parking available, especially if you get in early.

For public transport, if you arrive into Aberdeen train station, it’s a taxi ride into the stadium. There will undoubtedly be other supporters arriving, so tap a few on the shoulder and see if you can split the fare.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

The railway station is just over a mile away from the Pittodrie, it’s an easy walk of around 20 minutes  just follow the steady stream of fans!

If you are in the city centre and you don’t fancy walking, you are in luck! The club have started a great Park and Ride service that picks fans up all over town on a game day! The bus picks up from the Bridge of Don for 50p, Souterhead Road for £1.00  and Kingswells for £1.50 – you can’t miss the bus as it has the Aberdeen logo emblazoned on it!

Car parking can be a bit tricky – if you don’t have a pass, then don’t bother trying to park at the ground. There is some street parking but be aware of the restrictions!

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