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Scotstoun Stadium is situated to the west of Glasgow.

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Public parking is not available at Scotstoun Stadium on match day. We recommend supporters use public transport to get to and from the games.

Glasgow City Council have introduced parking controls surrounding Scotstoun Stadium on match days. Enforcement officers will monitor the area, with a system of fines for vehicles parked inappropriately. For full details, visit glasgow.gov.uk

The parking facilities on the right of the stadium complex are for the exclusive use of Glasgow Club Scotstoun users. There is no facility for supporters attending Glasgow Warriors games to park there.

Please respect our neighbours on your way to and from the stadium.

Trains

If you are travelling by train, our North-West entrance is just a 10 minute walk from Scotstounhill Station. 

Scotstounhill lies on the Argyle and North Clydelines, with trains to and from Glasgow Central or Queen Street stations and on into the east end. Visit scotrail.co.uk for full details.

Buses

Travel to the game on The ONE, 2, 3, X4 and 6 services. Download the First Glasgow mTickets app before heading to Scotstoun and enter the code from the match day ezine to book your free bus ticket!

  • Dumbarton Road: Services ONE/A/B/C/D, 2 & 3
  • Westland Drive: Service X4
  • Anniesland Road: Service 6

Buses at these stops arrive every 10 minutes.

Click here for FAQ's.

Private Buses

Supporters are encouraged to travel by private bus when booking as a group. Buses will be permitted access to the Drop off area inside Scotstoun Stadium pre match. Buses should be onsite no later than 40 mins prior to Kick Off, and will be asked to park offsite during the match. Parking for buses and coaches is available at nearby South Street, a 10-minute walk to the stadium.

Buses can return to Scotstoun Stadium at the direction of stewards guidance, and collect supporters from the drop off zone. Stewards will be able to assist drivers on the day. Groups are advised to alert the ticket office when purchasing tickets, that they will be travelling by bus, to ensure this is managed operationally.