Thank you for choosing to visit Dixon Park. On behalf of everyone at Ballyclare Comrades Football Club, I look forward to welcoming you to Ballyclare.
This guide is intended to help you make the most of your trip. It provides information on travel to and from the stadium, the away area at the ground and refreshments.
We hope that you find this guide useful and wish you a safe and memorable trip to Dixon Park.
Trevor McCann, Chairman, Ballyclare Comrades FC
Free car parking is available within the Harrier Way car-park directly in front of the ground.
From Belfast / Antrim – Exit the M2 at the A57 Ballyclare / Templepatrick turn-off. Follow the A57 towards Ballyclare until the Ballyclare turn-off (the Mill Road). At the roundabout take the first exit and take the first exit again at the next roundabout to drive up the main street. Once you get to the one-way system at the town hall, take the first turn left into the Harrier Way car-park, at the Boyle Sports bookmakers shop.
The nearest bus stop to the stadium is Ballyclare Buscentre, which is under a 10-minute walk away. Timetables for all routes that stop at Ballyclare are available on the Translink website. Please note Translink run a Saturday service with different schedules to midweek. To get to Dixon Park, turn right out of the bus stop and walk along the Mill Road towards the Town Centre. Turn left at both roundabouts you come to and walk up the main street. Turn left on to Avondale Drive before you reach all the shops and then take the first right into the Harrier Way car-park. Entrance to the ground is at the far-end of the car-park.
Turnstiles are situated in the East corner of Dixon Park and usually open roughly one hour prior to kick off. Turnstiles are cash only.
Food & Drink
Refreshments are available at the hot food van inside Dixon Park. There are no cash machines inside Dixon Park so if you wish to purchase refreshments, please bring cash as there is no option to pay by card. The nearest ATM can be found by Danske Bank at the far side of The Square.
You are also welcome to bring refreshments – snacks and soft drinks in small plastic bottles – to Dixon Park. Please note that alcohol can not be brought into the ground.
Before / After The Game
There are pubs, restaurants and cafes in the town centre that are very welcoming to visiting fans.
There is a no smoking policy at and around Dixon Park.
Flags & Banners
Away supporters play a key part in the atmosphere at Dixon Park, and you are welcome to bring flags and banners to the ground. Please note that the club reserves the right to turn flags/banners away on the grounds of offensive content.
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