Motherwell travel north to Pittodrie on Saturday hoping to continue their good run of away form against Craig Brown’s Aberdeen.
Stuart McCall’s men have already won on the road at St Mirren Park, Broadwood, East End Park, Tannadice, Easter Road and the Caledonian Stadium this season but will face a tough task against a somewhat rejuvenated Aberdeen side.
Tickets for the match are available on the gate at Pittodrie priced at:
- Concessions are listed as Under 18s, Over 60s and Full Time Students with a valid matriculation card.
- Under 12 tickets must be pre-purchased from the Pittodrie Ticket Office prior to entry and the turnstile.
- Fans who require wheelchair access should contact John McCaskie on 01555 870122 or email email@example.com.
SUPPORTERS ASSOCIATION COACHES
Just one bus will run to Aberdeen on Saturday, leaving from Wishaw at 9.30am picking up in Motherwell at 10am and stopping in Stonehaven on route, returning direct to Motherwell and Wishaw directly after the game.
There are still seats available and anyone wishing to travel should contact Jim Frame on 01698 299650 or Anne Sim on 01698 470601 as soon as possible.
The stadium is located to the North of the city near the harbour and is well signposted for travelling fans.
Head North on the A90 towards Aberdeen and then join the A956. Follow this road through the city and you will eventually come to the stadium on your right.
If travelling from the West, follow the A96 into Aberdeen and turn left on to Machar Drive (A978) at the roundabout. Proceed along the A978 and then turn right on to King Street. The stadium will be clearly visible on the left.
There is a large car park at the ground but this is for pass holders only. Street parking is available in the side streets around the stadium and on the esplanade along the sea front, which is on the other side of the golf course.
Several operators run buses to Aberdeen, departing every hour from Buchanan Station in Glasgow city centre.
Further information and timetables are available online at www.citylink.co.uk.
Aberdeen station may be a 25 to 30 minute walk from Pittodrie but travelling by train remains a popular and affordable way of getting to the Granite City.
Upon leaving the station, turn left, walk across the bridge and then turn right on to Union Street. Walk down to the road end, where you will reach Castle Gate. Proceed through the Castle Gate and on to Park Street, which eventually becomes Golf Road. The stadium will be clearly visible on the left.
Further information and timetables are available online at www.scotrail.co.uk.