Princess Royal Park
|Address||Airlie Gardens, Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland|
Princess Royal Park is a stadium located in Banff, Scotland. It is the permanent home of Deveronvale, the club that was founded in 1938. The total capacity of the stadium is 2,600 people. There is only one stand that has 360 seats. The seated area is covered. There is a fence separating the football field from the other area. This stadium is used exceptionally for football games, and there is no running track around the pitch. The football field is covered with natural size. Its size is 109×78 yds.
In 1952, the stadium was visited by 5,000 people during the match between Deveronvale and Rangers, which is still the highest attendance noted at the stadium. There is the club shop located at the stadium.
The club played its first match in the Scottish League Challenge Cup (the Irn Bru Cup) in the summer of 2011. That was the game against Stirling Albion, which resulted in the victory of the away club with a score of 3–1.
The stadium can be reachable by public transport. There are Keith and Huntly railway stations located in around 20 miles away from the ground, south-west and south-southwest directions respectively. MacDuff is the nearest bus station to the ground.