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.
Links Park was opened in 1887. The club was eventually able to raise £150 in 1920 to buy a stand. A roof was built over the Wellington Street end of the ground in the 1960s. Floodlights were installed in 1971 and first used in a match against Stranraer. The record attendance at the ground was 8,983, for a Scottish Cup quarter-final tie against Dundee in March 1973.
The nearest station is Western Road, Montrose which
is a 15 min walk to the stadium.
Take the A92 Coastal Road.
Take the A90 south until just past Laurencekirk, then follow the signs for the A937 to Marykirk and Montrose.
Once in Montrose the ground is well signposted. Situated in Mid-Links area.