DAFC v Falkirk - Ticket InformationWednesday, 9th Aug 2017
TICKETING:SRJ Windows South Stand: Adults £20, Concessions £14
All other stands: Adults £18, Concessions £12
You can buy tickets for all matches online via www.dafctickets.co.uk
Alternatively match tickets will go on sale 6 week prior to the match over the phone - 01383 745909, or in the Shop and Ticket Office
DAFC will no longer offer a match day ticket prices for under 12`s*. All under 12s are entitled to a free season ticket. These can be arranged through the DAFC Shop, please contact 01383 745909 for more information
Concessions are: Over 60s, Under 18s, Full Time Students, Disabled and Unemployed.
Please note that ID may be required for all concession tickets. (valid matriculation cards, birth certificates, passport or official documentation)
*11 year old and under on 1st August 2017.
On the day of the Match, tickets can be purchased from our Ticket Kiosks - our Home Ticket Kiosk is located between the SRJ Windows South Stand and the McCathie stand - please remember the Ticket Kiosks are cash only - for card payments please come in to out Ticket Office at the front of the Main Stand - All fans are reminded to please arrive early
Away SupportAdults £18, Concessions £12, Under 12`s £5
Away support will be housed in the East Stand.
Tickets are available from Falkirk FC direct.
Car ParkingThere is an official Car/Coach Park at the north end of the ground which can be accessed via Leys Park Road on a Matchday. There is a £2 charge for all cars and a £7 charge for buses
Away support may find parking on the north side of the cemetery and then walking through the cemetery the simplest solution with the fastest get away.
Alternatively, you may wish to park in the town centre, which has plenty of car parks and within 10-15 minutes walking distance of the ground.
Hospitality at East End Park
• Hosted by club legend Jim Leishman
• Special Guests Ex-players in attendance
• Copies of Match Programme available on your table
• Complimentary teamsheet
• Two course pre-match hot meal
• Hot pie, tea and coffee at half-time
• Cash bar
• Pre-match interaction with manager
(per game, season 2017/2018):
• Season Ticket Holders £37.00
• Non-Season Ticket Holders £52.00
• Price per box from £150.00*
To book online please use the Booking Bug App below.
Contact DAFC on (01383) 724295 or by email email@example.com
Please note that bookings can only be taken until 4pm on the Friday before the game, to ensure the relevant numbers can be catered for.
Please note that the above prices and package are subject to change.
Preview FalkirkSaturday, 19th Aug 2017
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 19th August 2017, kick off 3.00pm at East End Park
Second placed Dunfermline are hoping to put in a good performance in front of what is bound to be a big and passionate crowd at East End Park on Saturday. You could say that in taking just one point out of the twelve available in the derby matches against Falkirk last season cost Dunfermline their place in the play offs and assured Falkirk`s. It may be just the third match of the league season but come May it is likely to have been a significant one to win.
Dunfermline v Falkirk: The Full League Record
|At East End Park||47||17||12||18||63||61|
|At Falkirk Stadium||11||3||2||6||8||12|
Dunfermline`s last home win over Falkirk in the final match of the 2010-11 season. It was a celebration for the Pars winning the First Division title with the presentation of the championship trophy and all. What a day and what a night it was and lost in all the excitement was the first home victory over the Bairns since Derek Laing`s winner on 9th October 1993.
Last League Victory
. First Div
Last League Defeat
Best League Victory
. Division 1
Worst League Defeat
In League and cup Dunfermline have now gone ten games against Falkirk without a win. The last win was in the championship winning season 2010-2011 - a season when the Pars took ten points off Falkirk - but if you were to ignore that season then it would be 19 matches without a Pars victory.
Last Twelve League Matches v Falkirk
Last Meeting: Ladbrokes Championship
Saturday 22nd April 2017: Dunfermline 1 Falkirk 2
Dunfermline were comfortably ahead before a hotly disputed decision to award Falkirk a penalty changed the whole momentum and ultimate outcome of this game.
It was the third last league fixture of the season when Dunfermline`s long time rivals, Falkirk were the visitors to East End Park. The visitors` objective was to maintain second spot but the Pars slimmest chance of making the play offs themselves meant that they had to win this Derby match.Ten minutes before half time Dunfermline took the lead when Nicky CLARK from inside the box on the right, swept the ball across and in at the far post.
The second half commenced fairly quietly but within eight minutes East End Park was a cauldron of controversy. Murdoch dived forward to palm behind a fairly tame low and bouncing shot from outside the box on the right side. As the keeper successfully pushed away the ball sub Myles Hippolyte went over the keeper and was awarded a penalty. That brought an extremely strong reaction from the Pars players who clearly felt the decision an injustice.
Murdoch and Higginbotham were yellow carded for their protests before Aaron MUIRHEAD stepped up to send his 55th minute penalty low to the keeper`s left. 1-1
Lewis Martin was shown a red card within three minutes of coming in as a sub. The 21 year old`s challenge on Baird on the edge of the box was deemed enough for the increasingly unpopular referee, Gavin Duncan to produce red.
Falkirk scored what turned out to be the winner in 70th minute when a Leahy cross from the left picked out AUSTIN who rose to head the ball into the Fifers net. 1-2
DUNFERMLINE: Sean Murdoch (David Hutton 55): Andy Geggan (c), Callum Morris (Lewis Martin 55), Lee Ashcroft, Jason Talbot: Kallum Higginbotham, Nat Wedderburn, Rhys McCabe, Paul McMullan: Nicky Clark, David Hopkirk SUBS NOT USED: Michael Paton, Michael Moffat, Gavin Reilly, Ryan Williamson, Joe Cardle.
FALKIRK: Robbie Thomson: Aaron Muirhead, Luca Gasparetto, Peter Grant, Luke Leahy: Tom Taiwo (Joseph McKee 83), James Craigen, Craig Sibbald, Mark Kerr (c) (Myles Hippolyte 51): John Baird, Lee Miller (Nathan Austin 67) SUBS NOT USED: Fraser Aird, Bob McHugh, Lewis Kidd, Daniel Rogers (GK)
Having won their first three competitive fixtures, scoring thirteen goals and conceding just one, the Bairns have now gone three matches without a win. Dunfermline have been free scoring at home as well and are unbeaten at East End Park since Falkirk`s last visit in April. Only Falkirk and Ayr United have won in Dunfermline in 2017.
|.Form last six matches|
|. . DUNFERMLINE||.||. FALKIRK|
|. Arbroath (H)||W||2-0||. Dumbarton (H)||D||1-1|
|. Inverness CT . (H)||.W||
|. Livingston . (H)||.L||
|. Rangers (A)||L||0-6||. St Mirren (A)||L||1-3|
|. Livingston (A)||D||
|. Brechin City (A)||W||
|. Hearts (A)||D||2-2||. Forfar Athletic (H)||W||4-0|
|. Peterhead (H)||.W||
|. Inverness CT (A)||.W||
Last Time Out
DUNFERMLINE (v Arbroath): Sean Murdoch: Ryan Williamson, Callum Morris (c) Jason Talbot (Nat Wedderburn 75), Conner Duthie: Fraser Aird, Aaron Splaine, Michael Paton, Scott Lochhead: David Hopkirk (Declan McManus 53), Andy Ryan (Callum Smith 64).
SUBS NOT USED: Kallum Higginbotham, Dean Shiels, Joe Cardle, Cammy Gill (GK)
FALKIRK (v St Mirren): Robbie Thomson: Peter Grant, Tony Gallagher, Luca Gasparetto, Paul Watson: Joe McKee, Tom Taiwo, Mark Kerr (Alex Harris 70), Nathan Austin (Lee Miller 82), Rory Loy (Kevin O`Hara 87), Myles Hippolyte,
SUBS NOT USED: Jonathan Mitchell, Scott Shepherd, Cameron Blues, David Mitchell(GK).
Referee for this match will be
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