The venue is outdoors with an undercover grandstand. Dress appropriately for the Scottish weather.

Turnstiles open 2 hours before the event (see schedule) 

Event times: Vary see specific event

Events usually last between 3-4 hours.


You are welcome to bring your own food and drink into the stadium or make use of many of the local businesses which offer a variety of food options. NO GLASS can be brought into the stadium. We also have in house catering which offers food and hot drinks throughout the meeting so you don’t need to miss any of the action.

We have many options for hospitality at Racewall. This can be booked by contacting us to create your own bespoke package.

Packages can be tailored to suit your needs including food, drinks, bouncy castle, face painting and VIP race experiences.


Motorsport events can be noisy. Ear protection enables all visitors, especially children, to get closer to the action without feeling uncomfortable. Child ear defenders are available to buy at our Racewall Track Shop.

The Racewall is a family friendly venue and a great place for kids to enjoy the excitement of motorsport. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Kids are able to get close to the cars in the pit area and enjoy the fast speed high action racing from our grandstand or terracing. Baby changing facilities are also available in our toilets.

Dogs can be brought into the stadium as long as they are well behaved and kept on a lead at all times.

The grandstand features a ramp with wheelchair parking bays. The terracing area is also wheelchair and pram friendly giving access to all views of the track. The stadium is equipped with disabled and baby changing facilities. Carers are offered a discounted rate with ID.

Racewall does allow public to access the pits but it is important to ensure that children are accompanied by adults to maintain safety standards. Access to the pit area can be an exciting opportunity for attendees to get closer to the action and learn more about the racing environment.

Discounted advanced tickets are available here or you can pay on the day with cash or card at the turnstiles which open approximately 2 hour ahead of the first race.

Ticket prices will vary depending on the event. General admission prices are as follows:

Adults: £18

Concessions (OAP/Students/Carers): £15

Teens (13-15): £7

Children (12 and under): Free when accompanied by a paying adult 

OAPs, Students and Carers must present photo ID with proof of status at the turnstiles to qualify for the concessionary rate of £15. For example, an OAP bus pass, Student or Carer card.

Championship Events: Admission charges may vary for some of our championship events. See the meeting preview at the time for full details including information on advance ticket savers / two-day discount tickets.


Children under 12 must book a free ticket and be accompanied by an adult to gain entry to the stadium. 

Cash and Card payments are accepted at our turnstiles and vendors within the stadium.

By Road

Cowdenbeath lies just off the A92 between Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. The A92 links Dunfermline and Dundee and joins the M90 at the Dunfermline end. The M90 links Edinburgh and Perth via the Forth Road Bridge (A90).

On entering Cowdenbeath carry-on down Bridge Street to the round-about and take the second exit to the High Street. About 100m up the High Street, before the steel Railway Bridge overhead, there is a left-hand turn that is sign-posted ‘Central Park’. Follow this road under the railway arch and you have arrived!

Parking is limited in the free public car park directly in front of the stadium, but there are two other free public car parks if you follow the one-way road round to the right and up to Stenhouse Street – you can’t miss them! Street parking is also available, but be careful to adhere to parking restrictions. As a town centre venue it is essential that spectators park in a safe and legal way, considerate to local residents and businesses. Please park in one of the many FREE parking areas around the town. 

DO NOT park on verges or block access to properties – the authorities will ticket or remove your car.

Disabled parking is available on a first-come-first-served basis directly outside the stadium in the public car park. Please arrive early as these will fill quickly.

Public Transport to/from Cowdenbeath

Rail: Cowdenbeath train station is a stop on the Fife Circle line that is serviced by Scotrail. The station is situated directly across from the stadium. Timetables and connections can be found here.

Bus: Cowdenbeath bus stations are serviced by Stagecoach. Timetables and connections can be found here. The X54 is an express service that links Edinburgh, Dunfermline, Cowdenbeath, Glenrothes and Dundee.

Halbeath Park and Ride

Combine your private car and bus travel! Making use of the local park and ride facility makes sense when the journey time between it and Cowdenbeath is only 10 mins. This is especially true for our Championship meetings when local parking can be scarce and traffic an issue. The no. 19/19A Stagecoach bus passes through Cowdenbeath frequently (every 10-30 mins depending on time of day). The timetable can be found here.