Match Preview v Montrose (H) - 19th November

On the back of two away matches and ahead of another three on the road we have a game at home tomorrow as we host Montrose in League One.

Our previous meeting was back in August at Links Park, our first away game in the league which ended goal-less.

The visitors currently sit third in the table on 27 points, the same number as second placed Falkirk who have a better goal-difference. Eight points better off than ourselves.


Looking ahead to the game tomorrow, Manager Wullie Gibson said “We go into the Montrose game on the back of a very poor result away at Alloa.

We controlled the first half and were by far the better team and should’ve been more in front before they pulled level just before the break but the second half and the way we collapsed after they scored the second goal was embarrassing.

We’ve shown we’re capable of good performances in some games but we need to do that more regularly if we want to be a good team. We need to be stronger both physically and mentally than we were in the second half if we want to improve.

This weekend’s opponents are a good side who have been in the play-offs for the past few season. They are a well drilled part time team who are in good form and will have confidence and we need to be far better than we were in the last half hour at Alloa.

I felt the players not only let themselves down last week but also the travelling support so we definitely owe them a victory, no matter how that comes”.


Supporters Information

HOME supports will be located within The Alpha Solway stand, along with the West section of the BDS and the Oakbank Terracing. While for this match, section 7 in the East side of the BDS have been allocated to AWAY fans.

To gain entry to the BDS stand – HOME supporters should use turnstiles 1 & 2. Entry to the Oakbank Terrace will be via turnstiles 16 & 17 only. Please note that there will be no general entry to the BDS Stand via the terracing so please make sure you enter the ground via the correct turnstiles.

AWAY fans should use turnstile 3 to gain entry to their section of the stand.

Turnstiles will be open for spectator entry at 1345.

Entry is by ticket only. Tickets are now on sale for both home and away fans online via our ticket partner TicketCo, using the link below:

Season Tickets:

Season tickets are of course valid for the game. The email you received with your season ticket, and QR code(s), is all you will need for the season. The same QR code(s) should be scanned in at each game.

TicketCo also has its own app, where you can store tickets for easy use or tickets can be added to other wallet apps. There’s more information here

On the day prices for the game are:

Adults: £18
All Concessions (OAP/Students, 16–21-year-olds): £10
U16s: £5
All Accessible tickets: £8 (including carer)

Accessible Tickets for home and away fans include a carer ticket free of charge. When buying a ticket, please select one seat for the Accessible Ticket - the carers ticket will be allocated by the office after purchase. If you require a wheelchair space, these are marked on the seat map. The seat immediately behind the wheelchair spaces have already been reserved for carers.

Please note - all concessions and accessible ticket holders should bring proof of entitlement as this will be checked at the ground prior to entry.

Tickets will be available online until kick off or at the ground on the day of the game from the ticket office located within the QOS Arena which will open at 1230. There will be no ticket office at the BDS stand for this match.

The only way to buy tickets in advance will be online.

Please note that tickets are not transferable or refundable.


Car parking will be available to all spectators within the Queen of the South Arena car park. It is suggested that buses/minibuses drop off their passengers in Terregles St/King Street and thereafter park on College Mains road just off the roundabout with the A76 on the town bypass (adjacent to Curry’s/PC World, as the other side at Aldi is the access road to the ambulance depot and is extremely busy). Pick up should be the same location as drop off. Supporters’ buses including minibuses will not be allowed to park in the Arena car park.

There are a number of roadworks around town and the surrounding areas so supporters should allow extra time and check the Traffic Scotland website at for confirmation of any delays.


The catering outlets within the supporter’s areas of the ground will also be open for use. And the bar under the Alpha Solway stand will be open to both sets of supporters’ pre-match.


For supporters safety QOS have adopted a robust and thorough search policy for spectators entering the ground to ensure that ground rules and regulations are strictly adhered to, especially in relation to pyrotechnic devices and controlled containers. We would like to remind supporters that letting off smoke devices is a criminal offence, and anyone found doing so will be referred to Police Scotland which may result in a custodial sentence. Not only is it against the law, but it is also extremely dangerous and a health hazard to other spectators. All bags will be searched and spectators presenting themselves for entry may also be subject to search. Spectators who refuse to be searched by stewards will be denied entry to the ground.

Palmerston Park is a non-smoking venue, this includes e cigarettes and other such devices. Stewards are empowered to eject spectators who disobey these rules. No persons will be admitted to the ground who are deemed to be under the influence of alcohol.


The club shop located in the Arena will be open until kick off where you can purchase our club merchandise. Including half-time draw tickets and match day programmes.


The Community Fridge team continue to look for donations of food, toiletries, cleaning products and books. Any donations can be handed in at the Arena or the Press Office tomorrow or into the office during the week. Collection buckets will also be available around the stadium tomorrow for anyone wishing to make cash donations for the volunteers to purchase goods for the Hub to help people within the Community.


Tomorrow’s match kicks off at 3 pm.