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Rock600Dumbarton’s 2,020-capacity stadium is situated directly below the Dumbarton Rock, on a site formerly occupied by Denny’s shipyard. The Rock is a 240-foot-high plug of volcanic basalt and is the site of Dumbarton Castle, which has the longest recorded history of any stronghold in Great Britain. The stadium was built in 2000 after the club moved from Boghead Park, where they had played since 1879.

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