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Pittodrie Stadium seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Pittodrie is quite unanimously the coldest stadium in the UK, sitting mere yards from the cold, bitter elements of the North Sea. The wind whips through the air and, even if the rain is off, it’s always a good idea to wrap up warm. The seats themselves are quite comfortable and well-spaced, so watching a game is comfortable if you have the right clothes on. Tickets go for around £22-28 for home fans, and are fixed for away fans at £25. Not too bad if you choose an exciting game.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

All the away fans are seated in the South Stand – which unusually runs the length of the pitch, which gives the fans a great view! Normally the away allocation is around 2,500 though for bigger games, such as Celtic, this can be increased to 4,000. The Richard Donald stand is the newest stand in the ground and has two tiers – standing high above the rest of the ground – tickets here will cost around £24.

The old main stand offers a great view of the pitch as it runs along the pitch – however it is a very old stand as as such has some supporting pillars – which does result in some obstructing views. Most tickets here costs £28 – which seems quite a lot for a very old stand.

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