We look forward to welcoming you to Meadowbank Stadium, our home since 1996. The stadium is located to the east of Edinburgh city centre, and is easily accessible by car or public transport.
Where can I buy tickets?
Our tickets can be purchased online via our partners FanBase, by clicking here. Our ticket prices are among the cheapest in the SPFL and pricing is as follows:
- Adult (all over 18s) £11
- Under 18s £6
- Under 12s £4
Please note under 12s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Given the cost-effective pricing structure, there are no additional concession prices. Tickets are designated as either home or away support and we would ask for your cooperation in buying accordingly.
Home supporters are designated blocks A, B and C and the standing area to the east of the main stand, while away fans are situated in sections F and G, with the standing area to the west of the main stand.
Tickets can also be purchased at the turnstiles on match days, but please note we only accept card payments.
Our hospitality partners are the Bellfield Brewery & Taproom, based on Stanley Place, literally four minutes’ walk from Meadowbank Stadium, and they host our pre-match hospitality events. Please check our fixture schedule for pricing and availability, however typcially, hospitality includes pub-style food, free drinks vouchers and former player interviews. At half-time and full-time, guests will have snacks and complimentary tea & coffee, whilst enjoying the post-match presentation of player of the match award and interviews.
If you would like to wish a friend or relative a happy birthday, or other personal event, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you would like to say. Our friendly, resident announcer, will be more than happy to give the appropriate shout-out on the day.
We just need to know the who, the what and when and we can do the rest! We would need this info at least 72 hours before your preferred fixture, to guarantee inclusion.
Our goal is always to ensure Meadowbank is a safe, fun and friendly environment to enjoy football, so please contact your nearest steward or send a text message to 07401 706 829 if you feel that this is not the case during your visit.
Match day Overview
Turnstiles: Open 1 hour before kick-off
Refreshments: Fans can purchase food and drink including pies, burgers and hot dogs, from our food truck, which is located to the west of the stand – only card payments are accepted
Programme: The official match programme will be on sale outside and inside the ground and from the turnstiles. You can pre-order your programme via FanBase, when booking your match tickets. If doing so, simply show our turnstile operator your programme ticket, and this will be scanned and you will receive your copy at the turnstile.
Entrance Points: Home supporters should enter the ground via the east gate, which is located between the main building and the secondary 4G pitch. Away supporters should enter via the west turnstiles, located closest to the junction of London Road and Wishaw Terrace. Disabled supporters should enter via the main entrance of Meadowbank Sports Centre.
Getting to MEADOWBANK
General Directions – Meadowbank Stadium is located to the East End of Edinburgh and can be accessed by from Princes Street by continuing on to Waterloo Place, then the A1 and continuing until you see the ground on your left hand side. The drive is approximately 14 minutes.
From the Edinburgh City Bypass (A720), take the first exit at the Old Craighall junction on to the A1 and follow directions for Edinburgh / Leith.
Train – Wherever you are travelling from, please disembark at Waverley Station and exit the station to Princes Street. Then, simply follow Waterloo Place and subsquent A1. On foot, the journey will take around 30 minutes.
Bus – Lothian Buses from Princes Street to Meadowbank are numbers 8 & 44, with journey times approximately 15 minutes.
Car – There are no special parking restrictions around the stadium, with on street parking free in the surrounding streets, such as Wishaw Terrace, Dalgety Avenue, Dalgety Street and Marionville Road. Whilst Meadowbank Sports Centre has a customer car park, it is in use for other centre users and is likely to have limited, if any, availability on match days.