Match Day

Match Day at Carmuirs Park is an experience not to be missed! And if you’ve not been along to a game yet, this is what you can expect.

The club address is Fairlie Drive, Camelon FK1 4NP

As you turn down into Fairlie Drive, you’ll see Carmuirs Park ahead of you. If you’re on foot, the entrance gates are immediately ahead of you. If you’re driving, parking is around to your left or if that is full, you can park on the street. Please park responsibly and consider our neighbours needs – thank you. Once parked, please proceed to the entrance gates. Give yourself plenty of time to get in to soak up the atmosphere before kick off.

Entrance price
Entrance for most games is £7 or £4 for concessions. Accompanied under 16s get in for free! Our gate volunteers will be very happy to welcome you to the ground. You’ll then be met by someone selling raffle tickets. It’s only £1 a ticket and you could win a cash prize at half time. Listen out for announcements over our PA system when the draw is done and head to the double red doors at our hospitality area if you’re a winner.  We also have programmes at selected matches that are available for £2.


Over on the canal side of the park, you’ll find our refreshment hut where you can pick up a hot or cold drink and a selection of pies and snacks. Make sure you get over to grab something before you find your place to stand for the game. The hut is open throughout the game so don’t feel you need to wait for half-time for a top up. You’ll still be able to be involved in the action while you stock up on warming snacks and drinks. 

We also have our Club1920 Hospitality Suite where a bar is available throughout that match and we regularly have matchday hospitality deals. A regular favourite is our Pie & Pint deal for just £4.  Please note that alcoholic drinks can only be consumed in Club1920 and cannot be taken onto the terraces.

Where to stand
There’s plenty of standing room all around the park with a mixture of open or covered areas. The toilet block is situated over by the entrance – look for the red portacabin.  Disabled facilities are in our Club1920 Hospitality Suite in the main pavilion on the canal side.

Final Thoughts
And that’s about it. The rest is down to you making the most of your visit, and to the players to give you a good show – hopefully with a Mariners win of course! If you need anything during your stay, just speak to the volunteers on the gate or in the pie hut. Alternatively, look for the people in the club ties – that’s the committee – they’ll be able to help.

So check out our Fixture listing and head on down to the next home game. We hope to see you soon.