not a bad stadium in a decent location with a very nice setting in the background, the facilities are decent too.
Halftime the food cabins were absolutely mobbed and barely moving.
Downside was the stewarding was awful, no control whatsoever.
Absolutely class for an away game, the atmosphere generated by the Celtic fans was nothing short of marvellous.
Short walk to the ground, few watering holes along the way.
Allow yourself some extra time to get into the ground, as the police seemed to be creating more work and slowing everyone down by wanting to see your tickets just before the security then done the exact same.
Will return 🍀
Arrived without tickets but friendly ticket cabin fixed that. Comfortable seats near the action where, after excellent steak pies at a very reasonable price, we saw Ross County take three well deserved points. Well worth the drive from Fort Augustus where we were on holiday.
Ross County gained promotion to the Scottish Premier League (SPL) by winning the 2011–12 Scottish First Division. The stadium was renovated in the spring and summer of 2012 to meet SPL criteria. This involved installing seats in the Jail End, constructing a new North Stand, installing undersoil heating and providing more car parking. Victoria Park was renamed the Global Energy Stadium, after the company founded by Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor, when the renovation was completed in July 2012. Structure and facilities There are four all-seated stands: the West (Main Stand) and the East are on either side of the pitch, while the North Stand (Academy End) and the South Stand (Jail End) are behind each goal. The Jail End is so called because the old County Jail and Sheriff Court were behind it. The jails have since been converted to housing, but the Sheriff Court is still used. Away fans are housed in the Academy End. Home fans occupy all other sections of the stadium. There are corporate hospitality facilities and executive boxes in both the East and West Stands.The Sheriff Court is now closed.
The Dingwall campus of the Highland Football Academy is situated behind the Academy End. It has a three-quarter size 3G astroturf pitch under cover and a full size Astroturf pitch adjacent to the East Stand, which has markings for football, 5-a-side football and field hockey. The Academy also has three full size grass pitches, plus additional grassed training and warm-up areas.