Match information for cinch League 2 fixtures

Match information for cinch League 2 fixtures

We extend a warm welcome to all supporters attending our cinch League 2 fixtures this season, especially those supporters visiting New Dundas Park for the first time. While the vast majority of those attending will be familiar with NDP, we would appreciate it those who are attending would read the following information prior to match day as this guidance will be updated periodically:


Admission is via pay at the gate for non season ticket holders, as season tickets are valid for cinch League 2 fixtures. Cash and card payments are accepted on all entrance gates.

Admission prices are:
Adults (17 - 65) - £14
Concessions (over 65s, disabled, carer) - £9
Youth (12 - 16) - £5
Children under 12 accompanied by a paying adult - Free

A match programme is normally produced and these are on sale at the entrance gates as are half time draw tickets.

Please note - There is an issue with our card readers at the entrance gates and snack bar accepting prepaid cards such as Go Henry. Please ask your child if they use one of the these cards to take out cash in advance rather than attempting to use one of these cards at the ground.


Directions to the ground, parking and public transport available can be found here.

Hospitality/match sponsorship

Details of our hospitality package along with match/match ball sponsorship can be found here.

General Information

There will be three entrance to the ground in operation marked A,B & D on the site plan pictured:
- A is the Dundas St entrance
- B is opposite Bonnyrigg Rose Charitable Trust
- D is at the bottom of the car park at the Auld Orchard end for away supporters

We would ask home supporters to enter via gates A & B and away supporters through Gate D. Those requiring disabled access can enter through gate C (double gates). Away supporters will enter via gate D and have the choice of the seated stand which has 100 seats behind the goals marked as area 5 or congregate to the right of the dugouts which is marked as area 6 on the site plan above.

Entrance gates will be open from 14:00 which is sixty minutes before the scheduled kick off time of 15:00 (18:45 for 19:45 midweek matches). We would ask supporters to make best endeavours to enter the ground as early as possible, as per our published ground regulations there will be searches carried out by stewards prior to entry to New Dundas Park. ID checks will also be in place to ensure the correct classification of ticket has been purchased for the fixture (adult/concession) so please ensure to bring some form of verified identification with you to the match. Those found attempting to bring prohibited items into the ground will be refused entry. Among those prohibited items which are new to us this season are drinks in bottles, cans or glass unless by agreement Therefore the best way to avoid lengthy queues at the entrance gates is to arrive at New Dundas Park as promptly as possible.

There is a seated area marked 4 on the site plan in front of the dressing rooms and would ask supporters not to stand in front of those seated. This seating is a restricted area which is reserved for directors, media and home supporters who are unable to stand for the duration of the game as there is a seated stand behind the goals for away supporters. Stewards will be in place on either side of that area to ensure this is enforced.

Attendance at the ground with dogs is now prohibited, so we would ask supporters not to attempt to attend with them.

There will be strictly no parking available at New Dundas Park on the day of the game. We will have a number of stewards on site to ensure that parking is restricted to players and officials only and those who have booked a disabled car parking space in advance. Please ensure that you are parked legally and take into account our neighbours who live close to the ground. There are hundreds of car parking spaces available nearby at Lasswade High School which is about a 5-10 minute walk from NDP.

There are catering facilities, Male, Female & wheelchair accessible W.Cs within the confines of New Dundas Park and there are signage in the ground to direct you to these but hopefully the site plan can act as an advanced guide. However, if you need further assistance please just ask any of the gate attendees or stewards who will be visible within NDP. There are separate catering and W.C. facilities in the away section of the ground. The club shop is open on matchdays selling a range of Rose merchandise and is situated opposite the snack bar to the left of Gate C as marked on the site plan.

Once supporters have entered into the ground we expect them to remain within New Dundas Park for the duration of the game. If supporters wish to exit at any point once inside the ground they will be refused re-entry, which will be enforced by the stewards at each access point.

We would ask all supporters to review our Ground Regulations and Uncacceptable Conduct policies prior to attendance.

We hope that everyone enjoys their day at New Dundas Park. Feedback, whether good or bad is always encouraged. This can be carried out in person at the game, or by contacting us on the form here. Please note, if contacting us online we are fully GDPR compliant and we will not share your information with any other party.

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