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Blairgowrie Juniors

Formed: 1946
Home colours: Royal Blue / Royal Blue / Royal Blue
Change colours: Red / Black / Red
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Home ground: Davie Park
Address: Haugh Road, Rattray, Blairgowrie, PH10 7BJ
Record attendance: 5,200 vs Irvine Meadow, 14th March 1959
SFA Licence Award: None
Location: From south (Perth, Dundee, Coupar Angus):
Follow A93 for Braemar north into and through the town centre. Cross bridge and take 1st right (Haugh Rd) and follow road round to Davie Park. There is a large car park.
From north / east (Forfar, Kirriemuir, etc):
Join A93 for Perth. Go down short, steep hill and turn left (Haugh Road) just before crossing the bridge. Follow the road round to Davie Park.
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Nearest Railway Station: Perth (17 miles)
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Capacity: 1200
Seats: 0
Cover: Yes (large enclosure, holds 500+)
Floodlights: Yes
Playing surface: Synthetic
Social club: No. However, there are many pubs in the town centre, which is an 8-10 minutes' walk from the ground. These include the Crown Bar in the Wellmeadow (the town square), which is the venue for post-match hospitality, and The Balmoral on A93 - 300 yards over the bridge, just past the turn-off to ground.
Notes: The stadium is operated in conjunction with Blairgowrie & Rattray Community FC The covered enclosure used to be seated but because of new regulations following the Bradford Fire Disaster, the seats were removed.
There are ladies, gents, and fully accessible disabled toilets. The car park has several disabled bays; the stadium is fully disabled-friendly.
There is a kiosk serving soup, juice, tea, pies, sweets, etc.