30th November, 2019 – Ayr United vs Arbroath, 3.00pm Kick-Off
3rd December, 2019 – Ayr United vs Dunfermline, 7.45pm Kick-Off
For the upcoming fixtures in the Ladbrokes Championship against Arbroath and Dunfermline, the prices are as follows:
Adult – £18
Concessions – £12 (Over 65’s / Students / 18-21 / Wheelchair Users / Certified Ambulant)
U18’s – £6
We have the capacity for 6 away wheelchairs and their carers. Can you please advise your club if you wish to attend and they will let us know.
There is a Concession charge of £12 for wheelchair users and their carers are free of charge.
With regards to Ambulant supporters, it has become increasingly difficult for us to identify the individual needs of ambulant supporters and therefore would appreciate if you have some documentation to support the Concession ticket when entering the gate.
Away supporters can now buy tickets online ahead of matches at Somerset Park.
To avoid queues on Match Day it is advised to purchase your tickets online before game day.
Supporters will receive an e-ticket on completion of order which they will show on arrival at the ground.
The Turnstile Operators will scan in the barcode via a handheld scanner to allow admittance to the ground.
We will make available some limited provision for away supporters to buy tickets on the day, but it will be cash only and to avoid queues, we strongly advise buying tickets before arriving at the stadium. Tickets can be bought from the Lottery Office at Somerset Park.
Each ticket has its own unique barcode and once scanned in it will not allow admittance again.
ARBROATH FANS – CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS
DUNFERMLINE FANS – CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS
Step by Step Guides
Step by Step Guides are available for Buying Tickets online.
Please click the appropriate link below:
Away supporters are accommodated in the West Stand and West Enclosure.
West Stand – Entry through gate 10
West Enclosure – Entry through gate 10
For matches that kick-off at 3pm, the Turnstiles will open at 2pm
For matches that kick-off at 7.05pm, the Turnstiles will open at 6.05pm
For matches that kick-off at 7.45pm, the Turnstiles will open at 6.45pm
Parking at Somerset Park is limited to access for away Blue Badge holders only.
All other Supporters’ parking is available at Craigie Park, which is only a 5 mins walk from Somerset Park.
Supporters Coaches will have parking at Dam Park. They can drop off and pick up at Craigie Park.
How to get to Somerset Park
Travelling fans can use the map below for directions.
If the Directions option doesn’t show up on the map below, then please click here
There will be a match programme available for every league match this season. It costs £2 and can be purchased from one of our Programme sellers who can be found on match days, outside the Turnstiles. Programmes can also be purchased from the Club Shop or our Food Kiosk, which is located inside the Main Stand of the Stadium.
Please send the message you would like read out to email@example.com. Requests must be sent in no later that 48 hours prior to kick-off and due to time constraints, we can’t guarantee that all requests will be read out, but we will do our best.
For Away Fans, we have 1 Food Kiosk available. It is located up the stairs at the back of the Main Stand.
The Price List for the Kiosk is as follows:
- The Award Winning* Steak and Ale Pie – £2.50
- Scotch Pie – £1.80
- Sausage Roll – £1.60
- Hot Drinks – £1.10
- Juice Carton – £1.00
- Chocolate Bars – 80p
- Crisps – 60p
(*Winner of the Diamond Award at the World Championship Scotch Pie Awards 2018)
Disability Access Officer – Roy Provan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Supporter Liaison Officer – Jamie Garrett (email@example.com) Twitter – @AyrSlo
- Flags will be permitted entry to the terracing areas at the discretion of the Match Safety Officer
- All flags will be checked prior to entry, they should conform to the ground regulations
- For the size of flags permitted entry, the decision rests with the Match Safety Officer
- No flags should overhang advertising boards or cause obstruction or danger to other members of the public
Hawkhill Bowling Club welcomes both Home fans and Away fans on match days at Somerset Park. The Bowling Club is situated on Back Hawkhill Avenue, which is directly behind Somerset Park and can be found on the map above.
All fans are respectfully requested to conduct themselves in a manner that does not bring the Club and its supporters into disrepute and adhere to the Ground Regulations. Please visit ayrunitedfc.co.uk for information on Unacceptable Conduct.Supporters are advised to remain within the stand and to refrain from entering trackside or the field of play. Searches will be carried out at the turnstiles for any controlled containers and pyrotechnics. Under the Sporting Events Act 1985, being in possession of a pyrotechnic device at a football match, or attempting to bring a pyrotechnic device into a football stadium, is a criminal offence (see below). Any person committing such an offence will face immediate ejection, arrest and a life time ban from the Club. Surfing flags are not permitted. Ayr United would like to thank all supportersfor their co-operation and continued backing of the team.
Notice from Police Scotland:
Supporter safety is a key priority for all Clubs, we at Ayr United are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that the match day experience is safe and enjoyable. One of the most dangerous things we have to deal with is pyrotechnic articles such as smoke bombs and flares in the stadium and we’d ask that you assist us to look after you by not bringing such articles with you to matches. These articles can cause severe burns, damage to hearing or breathing difficulties and their use is especially distressing for groups such as small children and those who can’t easily move away when pyrotechnics are activated. Experience shows that when a pyrotechnic is activated in a crowd there is often a movement away from the immediate area which can cause panic and disorientation and which creates a risk of slips and trips or crushing for those nearby. Please be in no doubt that these articles are unpleasant and potentially life-threatening to be around – they are also illegal at football matches – and being caught with them will result in exclusion from Ayr United] as well as a possible criminal conviction.