Dunfermline Athletic



The Directors, Players, Management and Staff of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club wish to make clear their abhorrence of racism and sectarianism in any form, a view that we are sure most supporters attending matches at East End Park will share. All supporters are welcome to attend matches at East End Park regardless of the colour of their skin, ethnic background, and cultural or religious beliefs.

Any supporter caught racially abusing other supporters or any of the match participants or officials faces arrest, prosecution, confiscation of their season ticket and being banned from attending future games involving Dunfermline Athletic Football Club. Should you at any time hear or witness any abuse of this nature then please report it to the nearest steward or alternatively you can in confidence telephone the clubs Safety/Security Officer.

The Club is committed to continue working with football's anti-racism campaign, Kick It Out, to ensure that we are doing all we can to make East End Park racism and sectarianism free.

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DAFC v Arbroath
Irn-Bru Cup (home) Tuesday 15th August 2017, 7.45pm kick off at East End Park
Betfred Cup: Saturday 29th July, 3.00pm kick off at Tynecastle
Livingston v Dunfermline
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 5th August 2017, 3.00pm kick off at the Tony Macaroni Stadium.
Dumbarton v Dunfermline
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 26th August 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium
Morton v DAFC
Ladbrokes Championship: Saturday 9th September 2017, 3.00pm kick off at Cappielow

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