Victoria Park

Key Facts

Address Jubilee Road, Dingwall, Ross-shire, Scotland
Capacity 6541 seats
Build Date 1929

Victoria Park, Dingwall, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland

Description

Victoria Park is located in Dingwall, a town in Scotland. This stadium is the permanent home of Ross County that was founded in 1929. The ground is suitable for different kinds of sports, including hockey.

The stadium is capable of hosting nearly 5,500 people. The highest attendance was 8,000 people. It was noted in 1966 during the match between Rangers and stadium’s main tenant. Thanks to the income received after this match, there was the Jail End terrace constructed.

Ross County was promoted to the SPL after their successful games during the 2011–2012 seasons. In 2012, the stadium was significantly renovated to match the high requirements of the SPL. Particularly, new seats were installed in the Jail End (it was named like this because of the County Jail that used to be located behind it), and a North Stand was constructed, which comes with undersoil heating. The number of parking places was also increased.

The stadium features the following stands: the East, Main, Academy End, and Jail End. The first two stands are located on both sites of the pitch, and the others are located behind the goals.

The Academy End is dedicated for away supporters. Home supporters can use all other sections of Victoria Park. There are also 3 football fields covered with natural grass.

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