Tannadice Park Stadium has been home to Dundee United FC
for over a hundred years, playing host to generations of fans from home and away. Located just a short distance down the road from Dens Park Stadium – the home of the team's rivals, Dundee FC – Tannadice is the slightly larger of the two football grounds, with a seating capacity of just over 14,000.
The stadium is situated just two miles north of Dundee city centre, making it convenient to access, whatever mode of transport you prefer. Find out more below…
How to get to Tannadice Park Stadium
Dundee's main railway station is well-connected to destinations throughout Scotland and the rest of the UK. Full details of routes and timetables are available through National Rail
. Tannadice Park is about a half hour's walk from the station, or you can get a local bus or taxi to shorten the journey.
Bus numbers 1A and 22 will take you from the city centre to within a short walk of the stadium – both services are operated by National Express Dundee. For more info on local bus routes, visit the Dundee Travel Info site
, which also has a useful journey planner.
If you're driving to Tannadice Park Stadium, follow the A90 until the junction with the B960 (Clepington Road), and exit here. Continue on straight through the roundabout, then turn right onto Arklay Street, then right again onto Tannadice Street, where the stadium will be visible on your right. If you have a sat nav, the postcode to use is DD3 7JW.
Although there is no parking at the football ground itself, there is limited parking available in the surrounding streets – but be aware that there are local restrictions in effect. Another option is to leave your car in one of the city centre car parks, and travel the rest of the way by bus, taxi or on foot.
Lift share to Tannadice Park Stadium
To make your drive to Tannadice a little cheaper (not to mention more fun), consider getting on board with the latest commuter trend of car sharing. A car share is a great way to save money on parking and petrol by splitting costs with fellow passengers, and you'll be doing your bit to reduce congestion and help the environment, too. You could even turn it into a full day out by checking out Dundee's many attractions