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Opened 1870s

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Tannadice Park
56.474703,-2.968961

Rating: 4.1

(519) Google Reviews

Very nice old fashioned stadium. Much better than the neighbouring stadium
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3 months ago
A fantastic place, with a great atmosphere and constantly improving it's internal services while keeping the integrity of it's heritage!
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3 months ago
Good ground, friendly staff. 4 stars due to limited refreshment stands for number of fans in West Stand, other than that was a great experience
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a month ago
This is a place I have loved going to over many many years. However the lack of repair or upkeep has shut the JK stand. This disrepair is a slite on the man's name, the fans and the City of Dundee. Yes. May be unlucky with bad weather however zero upgrades all round are not helping.Most of my pals missed the game, which was outstanding. You need to be more ambitious with your stadium. When is the last time the owners went into the away end to see for themselves.
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a month ago
Packed stadium. Good match Too many people standing when they should've been sitting 😐
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4 months ago

History (from Wikipedia)

Tannadice is an all-seater stadium and has been so since 1994. The various stands are as follows:

The Jerry Kerr Stand: Originally built in 1962, it was the first cantilevered stand at a football ground in Scotland and only the third in the UK (after Sheffield Wednesday and Scunthorpe).[6]

Particularly notable for its unusual L-shaped construction, the stand runs from the halfway line on the south (Tannadice Street) side of the pitch, bending around the ground's south east corner, to end slightly along the east goal-line. The only seated accommodation at the ground prior to the post-
Taylor Report redevelopment, it was known simply as the Main Stand until 2003, when it was renamed in honour of Jerry Kerr, the manager who had overseen its construction. The development of other parts of Tannadice has meant that this stand is now normally reserved for away supporters.[citation needed]

The Jim McLean Fair Play Stand: The most recent addition to the stadium, opened in 1997. Although separately named, it is effectively an extension of the old Main Stand to cover the entirety of the ground's south side. The name derives from the Fair Play Enclosure, a small enclosed terrace which previously occupied this corner of Tannadice, and itself named for the award given to United and their fans by FIFA following the club's run to the 1987 UEFA Cup Final. This stand is also reserved for visiting supporters. It was renamed after the club's most successful manager Jim McLean in 2011.[11]

The West Stand: Invariably referred to by its historic nickname, The Shed, it retains its original roof construction dating from 1957; between then and 1980, it was the only covered standing area at Tannadice, therefore becoming the most popular and atmospheric part of the ground. Since 1994, seats have been installed on the original terracing, parts of which are still visible at the corners. With season ticket holders now accommodated in the more modern parts of the stadium, the Shed can be allocated to either home or away supporters as demand dictates.[citation needed]

The George Fox Stand: Named after a long serving club director, this two-tier stand was built in 1991–92 along the north side of the ground and was the first phase in the conversion of Tannadice to meet all-seater requirements. It is allocated to home supporters.[citation needed]

The Eddie Thompson Stand: Opened in 1994 as the East Stand, and with a similar design to the adjacent George Fox Stand, it also has two tiers of seating. The East Stand now houses the loudest and most passionate elements of the United support, whereas George Fox patrons have the reputation of being somewhat more restrained in their behaviour. As such, this end of Tannadice is the spiritual heir of the old "Shed". In March 2008, the stand was renamed after the then terminally ill club chairman, Eddie Thompson.[12]