Standard Tickets Story
TICKETING:SRJ Windows South Stand: Adults £20, Concessions £14
All other stands: Adults £18, Concessions £12
Away Stands: Adults £18, Concessions £12, U12s £5
You can buy tickets for all matches online via www.dafctickets.co.uk
Alternatively match tickets will go on sale 6 week prior to the match over the phone - 01383 745909, or in the Shop and Ticket Office
DAFC will no longer offer a match day ticket prices for under 12`s*. All under 12s are entitled to a free season ticket. These can be arranged through the DAFC Shop, please contact 01383 745909 for more information
Concessions are: Over 60s, Under 18s, Full Time Students, Disabled and Unemployed.
Please note that ID may be required for all concession tickets. (valid matriculation cards, birth certificates, passport or official documentation)
*11 year old and under on 1st August 2017.
On the day of the Match, tickets can be purchased from our Ticket Kiosks - our Home Ticket Kiosk is located between the SRJ Windows South Stand and the McCathie stand - please remember the Ticket Kiosks are cash only - for card payments please come in to out Ticket Office at the front of the Main Stand - All fans are reminded to please arrive early
Ticket Entry Guide
Away SupportAdults £18, Concessions £12, Under 12`s £5
Away support can purchase tickets on matchday from the away end ticket kiosk.
Please note that the kiosk will be busy and you should arrive in plenty of time to purchase tickets. Please note the kiosk is cash only.
Car ParkingThere is an official Car/Coach Park at the north end of the ground which can be accessed via Leys Park Road on a Matchday. There is a £2 charge for all cars and a £7 charge for buses
Away support may find parking on the north side of the cemetery and then walking through the cemetery the simplest solution with the fastest get away.
Alternatively, you may wish to park in the town centre, which has plenty of car parks and within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the ground.
Hospitality at East End Park
• Hosted by club legend Jim Leishman
• Special Guests Ex-players in attendance
• Copies of Match Programme available on your table
• Complimentary teamsheet
• Two course pre-match hot meal
• Hot pie, tea and coffee at half-time
• Cash bar
• Pre-match interaction with manager
(per game, season 2017/2018):
• Season Ticket Holders £37.00
• Non-Season Ticket Holders £52.00
• Price per box from £150.00*
Hospitality takes place in the Purvis Suite which is accessible to wheelchair users via two separate lift systems.
Lift at reception is 2ft 8 x 4ft (Width x Length) and weight allowance 48 stone (includes chair & person)
Purvis Suite lift is 2ft 3 x 3ft 2 (Width x Length) and weight allowance 36 stone (includes chair & person)
Wheelchair users can view the match from one of our pitchside boxes on the Purvis Suite level by requesting this at the time of booking. Boxes are subject to an additional charge and are subject to availability.
If no boxes are available, wheelchair users can see the match from our external viewing platform in front of the East end of the Main Stand. Please advise of any accessibility requirements at time of booking.
To book online please use the Booking Bug App below.
Contact DAFC on (01383) 724295 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that bookings can only be taken until 4pm on the Friday before the game, to ensure the relevant numbers can be catered for.
Please note that the above prices and package are subject to change.
Preview LivingstonSaturday, 21st Oct 2017
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 21st October 2017, 3.00pm kick off East End Park
Dunfermline face Livingston at East End Park on Saturday for only the third time since December 2008. With both teams within touching distance of St Mirren at the top at the end of the first quarter of the season, this is a compelling fixture and sure to be a good contest. There have been 35 league matches between these clubs and Dunfermline are ahead 12-11 on wins. The other twelve have been drawn.
|At East End Park||16||8||3||5||25||17|
|First Division (since 1975)||17||7||4||6||27||22|
|Premier League (since 1975)||18||5||8||5||16||19|
Usually there is not much between the sides and the teams could not be separated in the first fixture between the teams this season on the opening day of the Championship season.
Milestones Livingston (Home)
Last League Victory # 22/09/12 4 - 0 Sc Div 1
Last League Defeat # 26/01/13 0 - 1 Sc Div 1
Best League Victory * 22/04/78 7 - 1 Sc Div 2
Worst League Defeat# 03/11/07 0 - 4 Sc Div 1
# As Livingston * As Meadowbank Thistle
Dunfermline have managed six wins in the last fifteen meetings between the teams. Livi have won five times, with the other four games being drawn. It is five games back since Dunfermline last defeated Livingston.
|LAST FIFTEEN LEAGUE MATCHES V LIVINGSTON|
|05/08/17||A||1-1||[0-1] Pittman, [1-1] Higginbotham (pen)|
|30/03/13||A||2-2||[1-0] Thomson, [1-1] Andreu, [1-2] McNulty, [2-2] Husband (pen)|
|08/12/12||A||1-2||[0-1] Garcia, [0-2] Mullen, [1-2] Barrowman|
|22/09/12||H||4-0||[1-0] Barrowman, [2-0] McMillan. [3-0] Thomson, 4-0 Barrowman|
|10/03/09||A||2-4||[0-1[ McParland, [1-1] Bell, [1-2] Davidson, [2-2] Graham, [2-3] Davidson, [2-4] Griffiths|
|15/11/08||A||3-2||[0-1] McPake, [1-1] Kirk, [2-1] Bayne, [2-2] Elliott, [3-2] Kirk|
|30/08/08||H||1-2||[0-1] Griffiths, [1-1] Kirk, [1-2] Griffiths|
|01/03/08||H||1-1||[1-0] Burke, [1-1] Dorrans|
|02/01/08||A||2-0||[1-0] Hamilton, [2-0] Burchill|
|03/11/07||H||0-4||[0-1] Craig, [0-2] Craig, [0-3] Tinkler, [0-4] Kennedy|
|19/08/07||A||1-1||[0-1] Mackay pen. [1-1] O Morrison|
|22/04/06||H||3-2||[0-1] Brittain, [1-1] Burchill, [1-2] Healy, [2-2] Burchill, [3-2] Burchill|
Last Meeting at East End Park
Saturday 26th January 2013, First Division
Dunfermline 0 Livingston 1
This was a point in time when the club was in crisis and this was the second match in what was to be a disastrous fourteen match run with only one win. A work party of around 30 fans had responded to the Club`s early morning plea to turn out to help clear snow from the areas surrounding the stadium, and the pitch was looking great despite the depths of winter.
All the hard work was unfortunately not rewarded as the Pars slumped to a home defeat. What turned out to be the winner was scored in 21st minute. Mark McNulty took the ball to the right byeline before cutting back for Tony ANDREU to slot past Gallacher at his near post. 0-1
DUNFERMLINE:- Paul Gallacher. Jordan McMillan (c), Andy Dowie, John Potter, Stephen Jordan. Josh Falkingham, Shaun Byrne, Andy Geggan (Ryan Thomson 22), Joe Cardle. Andy Kirk, Ryan Wallace (Craig Dargo 60).
SUBS NOT USED: Chris Kane, Alex Whittle, Michal Hrivnak (GK).
LIVINGSTON: Andy McNeil. Kevin McCann (Callum Booth 90), Jesus Garcia Tena, Craig Barr, Anthony Andreu (Jordan Morton 67), Burton O`Brien, Stefan Scougall, Marc McNulty, Kyle Jacobs, Liam Fox, Iain Russell (Danny Mullen 74).
SUBS NOT USED: Callum Fordyce, Darren Jamieson (GK).
Current League Position 3rd
Last six League form: WLWWLD
League Points: 17
Goal Difference +13
P9, W5, D2, L2
Current League Position: 2nd
League form: WDWWWW
League Points: 18
Goal Difference: +6
League Record: P9, W5, D3, L1
Livingston`s sole league defeat this season was at home to St Mirren. . They have not lost a league match away from home since 2016.
|. . .Dunfermline . .||.||. .Livingston .|
|. Queen of the South (A)||D||.0-0||. .Dundee United (H)||W||2-0|
|. Falkirk (A)||L||. Dumbarton (H)||W||2-1|
|. Dundee United (H)||.L||.1-3||. Falkirk (A)||D||2-2|
|. Brechin City (A)||W||. .Hibernian (A)||L||2-3|
|. St Mirren (H)||.W||. Inverness CT (A)||W|
|. Morton (A)||L||2-3||. Queen of the South (H)||D||2-2|
Last Time Out
DUNFERMLINE: Sean Murdoch: Ryan Williamson, Callum Morris (c), Lee Ashcroft, Jason Talbot: Kallum Higginbotham, Aaron Splaine, Nat Wedderburn, Declan McManus (Andy Ryan 76), Callum Smith, Nicky Clark.
SUBS NOT USED: Lewis Martin, Fraser Aird, Jean-Yves M`Voto, Conner Duthie, Scott Lochhead, Cammy Gill (GK).
LIVINGSTON (v Dundee United): Neil Alexander: Nikolay Todorov, Alan Lithgow, Craig Halkett, Jackson Longridge (Raffaele De Vita 79). Josh Mullin, Shaun Byrne, Scott Pittman, Daniel Mullen, Nicky Cadden (Dale Carrick 12 (Jack McMillan 69), James Penrice
SUBS NOT USED: Keaghan Jacobs, Craig Henderson, Matthew Knox, Gary Maley (GK)
Referee will be Andrew Dallas.
- Queen of the South 0 Dunfermline 0
- Falkirk 2 Dunfermline 0
- William Hill Scottish Cup draw
- Managers` post match comments
Match Report To Follow.
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