At the moment this section lists some of the Scottish grounds Aberdeen have played at in recent years, and
lists basic travel information. We intend to extend this section in the future to showcase some of the many grounds that Aberdeen Football
Club have visited in over 100 years of competitive matches, including grounds like the Allianz Arena and the Ullevi Stadium.
The Caledonian Stadium opened in November 1996 and hosted its first SFL match, a 1-1 draw between Caley Thistle and Albion Rovers. The stadium held 5,000 supporters at opening and cost £5.2 million.
The nearest mainline station is in Inverness (about 1 mile away)
with regular trains both from the South and East coast.
From Perth head north on the A9 until you reach Inverness. At the Longman Roundabout before the Kessock Bridge, take the third
exit and carry on round until you come to away car park.
Head west on the A96 as far as Inverness. On the outskirts
of Inverness take the second exit from the roundabout (Tesco's)
Take the third exit and carry on round until you come to away car
Head south on the A9 as far as Inverness. Cross the
Kessock Bridge and take the first exit from the roundabout and
carry on round until you come to away car park.