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Caledonian Stadium, Inverness

Home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC.

This sits just off the A 9 immediately south of the Kessock Bridge. It has three stands. The western side is open, without seating or standing area. I visited it for the first time in April last year when the Sons were up there for a league match.

Stadium from Kessock Bridge:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness

North Stand from access road. (Emblazoned with the legend “Tulloch Caledonian Stadium”, as was the South Stand. This may be a sponsorship which has now lapsed):-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, North Stand

Main Stand. (The Jock MacDonald Stand):-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, Main Stand

Main Stand from south:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, Main Stand From South

South Stand:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, South Standd

Main Stand seating:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, Main Stand Seating

North Stand from Main Stand:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, North Stand from Main Stand

South Stand from Main Stand:-

Caledonian Stadium, Inverness, South Stand from Main Stand

St Mirren 5-0 Dumbarton

SPFL Tier 2, St Mirren Park*, 27/3/18.

Well. The inevitable happened here.

After Saturday’s exertions and disappointment it was always likely we would be flat for this game.

We could have done without losing five goals though and the result at Caledonian Stadium means we’re more than two wins adrift of eighth and only eight games left.

Wee’re not going to claw that back.

*aka Paisley 2021 Stadium.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle 1-0 Dumbarton

SPFL Tier 2, Caledonian Stadium, 16/12/17

Ah well. Good run over.

I wasn’t expecting much from this game. We’ve never so much as drawn up there, and only scored once. Mind you we’ve only ever been to the Caledonian Stadium twice before, both times on League Cup duty.

Still we could have done without losing to a team that leapfrogged us as a result.

Big game now next Saturday against Falkirk, who now have two games in hand over us.

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