Dundee United F.C.


Stadium Information


Dundee United F.C.


Tannadice Stadium




Club / Stadium Contact for Disabled Supporters


Moira Hughes

Telephone number

+44 (0)1382 833166

Disabled Supporters Group

Contact Name

Telephone number

Email address

Website address

Access Information for Disabled Supporters

Getting there and Parking


Dundee Airport offers commercial flights to London City Airport. Flights to Birmingham International Airport and Belfast City. The closest international airport is Edinburgh airport. Dundee has an extensive public bus transport system and two large train stations with links to most Scottish cities. There are also many intercity bus services.


There is accessible parking available 50m from the main entrance. Blue badges must be visible when parking and the car park is stewarded.

Getting a Ticket


Season tickets are available and are complimentary, on a first come first serve basis.


For more information about buying a ticket please contact the club.

Spectator Viewing areas


Wheelchair userThere are 50 spaces available for home-supporting wheelchair users located in the George Fox and Eddie Thompson Stands. Some of the spaces are sheltered and some of the spaces have obstructed views. Personal Assistants can be sat adjacent.

There are an additional 16 spaces for away-supporting wheelchair users located next to the Fair Play Stand. Sightlines are not good and there are no spaces for Personal Assistants.


Ambulant disabledThere are 105 spaces for home supporting ambulant disabled supporters located in the George Fox, Eddie Thompson and West Stands. Sightlines are not great and there are some obstructed views, Personal Assistants can be seated adjacent.



There are no accessible refreshment kiosks, however there is an ordering service available through the stewards.


There are 6 accessible toilets throughout the stadium. There is level access to all the toilets, with grab rails and sufficient space for a wheelchair user and Personal Assistant.



There is an audio descriptive commentary service available through a third party, for more information about this or any other services please contact the club.

Useful Publications and Policies


For further guidance, please refer to 'Access for All' - the UEFA and CAFE Good Practice Guide to Creating an Accessible Stadium and Matchday Experience, available in 13 different languages here.


For the detailed CAFE stadia report please click here.

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

More Stadium Photos

Sightlines from accessible seating area
Sightlines from accessible seating area

Sightlines from accessible seating area

Rail should not interfere with sightlines of pitch



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Willaim Paterson, Rangers fan

Match: Dundee United Vs Rangers

Published: 3/6/2013


Not a very good view at all. For several seasons wheelchair user away fans used the space between the West Stand and the George Fox stand, although it was on a slight slope and completely open to the elements it at least afforded an unobstructed view of virtually the whole pitch but alas it was decided it "was against Health & Safety". The space between the two stands would be an excellent space to erect and develop a proper wheelchair viewing area.

If the crowd in the West Stand is standing then the view from wheelchair section is rendered utterly useless as you can see from the pictures. No amount of pleading with either the stewards or the police results with any action on their parts. When pointing out the stadium is licensed as an all seater stadium the police and stewards merely shrug their shoulders and look at you as if you were an alien from another planet.

We are now located in quirky "bus shelter" that provides 4 spaces down at pitch level between the West Stand and the Main Stand which provides a decent view of the game. A visit to the toilet however involves going along the pitchside track, then through a tunnel out into the street, along a few yards, then entrance via door on the street, into the disabled toilet and then all the way back again!

Unfortunately Dundee Utd don't issue tickets for this area but place your name on a list. However on my last visit the steward on the door said there was no list and since I didn''t have a ticket I wouldn't be getting in ! It took several minutes of negotiation before he radioed for clarification and eventually but rather reluctantly let me in.


09/01/2011 21:26:36

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