Dens Park Stadium is located on Dens Road in Dundee, Scotland. The stadium is the home of Dundee F.C. and has a capacity of 11,850.
Uniquely, the stadium shares part of the same road (Sandeman Street) as Tannadice Park, which is the home of city rivals Dundee United F.C.
Dundee moved to Dens from their first stadium at Carolina Port in 1899.
The most recent major development was in 1999, when the 2 new stands were built behind each goal. Fans later voted for these to be named The Bobby Cox Stand & The Bob Shankly Stand after our Legendary Club Captain & Manager from our League Championship Winning team of 1962. The stands were built in a record time of 18 weeks from start to finish for the start of the 1999/2000 season.
Dens Park was the first stadium in Dundee to have its floodlights upgraded in the twenty-first century. Undersoil heating was installed in 2005.
The record attendance at Dens Park is 43,024, which was set in 1953 when Dundee played host to Rangers F.C. in the Scottish Cup.
Home supporters usually watch the game from The South Enclosure, The Bobby Cox Stand, and The Main Stand, with visitors being housed in The Bob Shankly Stand.
For a Map to the ground, click here.
The city centre of Dundee can be reached easily by both road & rail. From Dundee City Centre you can use the 1A National Express Dundee bus service. For a taxis to the ground, call Tay Taxis on 01382450450.
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Dens Park Stadium