Supporters Clubs


If you would like to travel to away games in comfort and in the company of fellow supporters, then the Dunfermline Athletic Supporters Club (DASC) is for you. You can be assured of a warm welcome.

We aim to run buses to all away matches. The main pick-up and set-down point is East End Park, however, intermediate stops can be arranged on request for those who live further along the route.

We carry a small range of refreshments and for longer journeys, we have arrangements with various hotels, restaurants and social clubs to provide meals.

The bus convenor is Ruth McDonald (01383 738957 or 07816 771219), who takes bookings by phone & email ([email protected]) or on the bus for the next away fixture. In case of extreme difficulty in contacting Ruth please contact Ailsa Horne (07894 737763).

To enjoy the discounted members fare you should complete a membership application form available to download from our website.

The law strictly prohibits alcohol on transport to sporting events, please see the statement attached to the membership form for full details. All those travelling with us are bound by this requirement.

Up-to-date details of DASC are displayed on our website
We look forward to seeing you soon.



The Elizabethan Pars Supporters Club based at the Elizabethan Pub on Halbeath Road came together towards the end of the 2012/13 seasons, Forfar Athletic away in the playoffs being their first game on the road.

Since the supporters club has a member list of over 190 and runs a bus to most away games.

They held their first annual Player of the Year in May 2014 at East End Park over 150 people in attendance, Andy Geggan was named the first ever Player of the Year with Ryan Williamson being named the Young Player of the Year.

A fantastic Supporter’s club, which goes from strength to strength, also backed by Pars legends Scott Thomson and Roy Barry, who have been known to attend matches on the bus.

“This is a new era Pitblauchie / Brucefield bus, a real feel good bus with loads of great people, always a fantastic day out no matter what the score is on the park!” – Pars fan Ray Smillie

Interested in being part of the supporters club?*

Email: [email protected] for membership details.

*You must be 18 years of age or over to join.


Dunfermline Athletic Disabled Supporters Club was set up in 2007 to organise travel to away games and to give disabled supporters a voice in discussions with DAFC management. After a few years where activity was limited, the Club was revived in 2016.

DADSC’s Mission is to work with DAFC to deliver continuous improvement in the facilities and arrangements at East End Park for anyone who has a disability.

DADSC’s Objectives are:

  • To give disabled supporters of DAFC a voice in management and supporter dialogues.
  • To make all public areas of East End Park fully accessible to anyone who has a disability.
  • To make East End Park fully compliant with all current legislation and UEFA/SFA guidance on the facilities and arrangements for anyone who has a disability.
  • To help DAFC raise the funds to provide wheelchair access to the 1st Floor function suites, and to provide an accessible toilet at the Purvis Suite level.
  • To raise awareness of accessibility issues among all management and supporter groups associated with DAFC.
  • To participate in the work of the Scottish Disabled Supporters Association.
  • To work with local organisations supporting disabled people.


DADSC has its own website at and its own Facebook Page at

DADSC is for anyone who has a disability, or who simply wants to improve the facilities and arrangements at East End Park for disabled fans of all clubs. Please consider joining DADSC, using the form on the website, or for more information, contact [email protected]

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