Home of Dundee FC
since 1899, Dens Park Stadium is unusual in that it is located just around the corner from Tannadice Park, the stadium of the team's chief rivals, Dundee United. With an all-seater capacity of 11,850, Dens Park is popular with supporters from both home and away, who enjoy its lively match-day atmosphere.
Located about two miles to the north of Dundee city centre, it's easy to reach this Premier League ground by a variety of transport options, whatever your preferred mode of travel and budget. Read on to explore your options…
How to get to Dens Park Stadium
The main Dundee train station boasts excellent rail connections to destinations across Scotland and the rest of the UK – visit the National Rail site
for full travel info. The station is located about a half-hour walk from the stadium, or if you prefer, local taxis and buses are available to take you the rest of the way.
National Express Dundee bus service numbers 1A and 22 run from the city centre to stops near the stadium. You can check out the Dundee Travel Info
site to plan your journey.
Dens Park is easy to access by car – simply exit the A90 onto Clepington Road (B960), then continue on through the roundabout before taking the second right into Arklay Street. From here, turn right again into Tannadice Street – you'll see the stadium ahead of you on the left. Sat nav users should enter the postcode DD3 7JY to accurate directions.
Note that there is no parking available at the stadium, and on-street parking in the surrounding area is limited. If you do park nearby, be sure to check the signs for local restrictions – or consider parking at one of the car parks in the city centre and continuing on to the stadium by bus, taxi or on foot.
Lift share to Dens Park Stadium
If you want to save money on petrol and parking when attending a Dundee match at Dens Park Stadium, why not try out a car share, one of the hottest new trends in commuting? By offering spare seats in your vehicle (or hitching a ride yourself), you can split costs with other passengers and help reduce the number of cars on the road – which is better for the environment, too. Plus, it's a brilliant way to meet likeminded people – and you could even make a day of it, exploring the sights in Dundee