Published: 10th August 2018

United travel to Palmerston Park on Saturday to take on Queen of the South in our first away fixture of the 2018/19 league campaign and below you can find out all you need to know about admission to the stadium.


£18 Adults
£10 Concessions (Over 65s, 16 - 21 Yr Olds, Full Time Students) - Proof required
£5 Under 16s (Proof required depending on age - a 15-year-old should be carrying something to confirm their age).

Accessibility tickets are also available at £8 Adults, £5 Concessions and £2 Under 16's with a free care attendant if required and subject to proof of this. There is no need to book these in advance as they would need to be bought and paid for at the ticket office anyway and the disabled entrance is about 20 yards from that office anyway.


Tickets for Dundee United supporters will be on sale from the Away Ticket Office at Palmerston on matchday from 1.30pm.


United fans are housed in the BDS Group Stand (same stand as previous fixtures).


QOS has adopted a robust search policy for spectators entering the ground to ensure that ground rules and regulations are strictly adhered to. This includes carrying of controlled containers and pyrotechnics. Palmerston Park is a non-smoking venue. This includes e-cigarettes and other such devices. Stewards are empowered to eject spectators who disobey these rules. All spectators are requested to abide by our unacceptable behaviour policy.

Queen of the South FC look forward to hosting you at Palmerston and wish you a safe and enjoyable journey to and from our stadium. Further information can be accessed via our website and social media.

All fans are respectfully requested to conduct themselves in a manner that does not bring the Club and its supporters into disrepute and adhere to the Ground Regulations and refrain from Unacceptable Conduct.

Supporters are advised to remain within the stand and not trespass onto trackside or the field of play.

Searches will be carried out at the turnstiles for any controlled containers and pyrotechnics. Under the Sporting Events Act 1985, being in possession of a pyrotechnic device at a football match, or attempting to bring a pyrotechnic device into a football stadium, is a criminal offence. Any person committing such an offence faces immediate arrest and a lifetime ban from the Club. Surfing flags are not permitted.

Dundee United would like to thank all supporters for their co-operation and the continued backing of the team.