What’s On | Toulon
Round four of the Investec Champions Cup sees Toulon visiting Scotstoun Stadium on Friday (19 January).
Gates open at 6.30pm for a 8pm kick-off.
Currently, temperatures are forecast to be low on Friday night and wrapping up warm for this match is advised.
SP Energy Networks Sensory Packs
Visitors with additional support needs, can request our SP Energy Sensory Packs. There are six packs, which include ear defenders and a selection of colourful toys to play with. These can be requested by emailing our Event Manager, email@example.com
wheelchair and pram storage
Supporters who wish to store a wheelchair, pram or mobility scooter can bring it to the Stadium main reception where a member of the SP Energy Networks Scotstoun Squad will store it for them. Due to space there is a limit to the number of items that can be stored, therefore this will be operated on a first-come-first served basis.
You can find out more about all our accessibility services across Scotstoun Stadium here.
Meet the Players
Supporters can meet members of the Glasgow Warriors team competing in the Celtic Challenge, for the first time. Selected players from the club’s latest team will be out and about pre-match.
SP Energy Networks Community Pitch
This week on the SP Energy Networks Community Pitch, at the west side of the stadium there are P7s playing from East Kilbride, Glasgow Accies, GHA, and GHK.
Tennent’s Best Seat in the House
Supporters can sign up for the chance to win the Tennent’s Best Seat in the House (formerly Chair of Champions). This is an extra special hospitality package with the most comfortable seats the stadium has to offer, and food and drink brought to you.
More information about how to sign up will be shared very soon!
The Clubhouse is situated in the main Leisure Centre. It will be open from 6.30pm until kick-off and then again from full-time to 10.30pm.
To get to The Clubhouse, pass the entrance to Club KubeNet and take a right at the back of the Leisure Centre and follow the signage from there.
Supporters who first enter the stadium can access the Clubhouse by scanning out, and back in, at the North East Gate. Please note alcoholic drinks cannot be taken between the Clubhouse and the Stadium.
The Glasgow Warriors Passing Challenge is in the Warriors Pavilion this week, with supporters able to test their passing skills against Glasgow Warriors players.
Look out for SP Energy Networks Scotstoun Squad who will be selling them. The book can be purchased with contactless payment only.
There will also be a chance to collects autographs with non-playing members of the squad out-and-about around the stadium.
Food and Drinks
We have various independent Scottish food and drink suppliers, all with vegan and gluten free options or alternatives. Each vendor makes their food to order with the finest locally sourced produce, this may mean at times you have to wait a little longer for your food to be prepared.
From this match and over the winter we’re serving soup in the North Stand kiosks. Bovril is also back, and can be purchased across the stadium.
We are working with all our food and drinks vendors to better manage queueing times. The closure of the in-venue Clubhouse has created pressure in the stadium bowl. The vendors are helping us with this adding additional personnel to their trucks where possible, and we are spending time on match days understanding where the main pinch points are to improve those.
With gates opening an hour and a half before kick-off and so that you can have the most enjoyable match day experience possible, we are encouraging supporters to leave plenty of time to arrive, collect food and drink, enjoy the entertainment on offer and find your seats.
Please note: At Glasgow Warriors events we are obliged to follow Glasgow City Council licensing regulations delivered at all Glasgow sports events. This means all drinks served at our kiosks and food vans are decanted into cups.
Baffo Pizza, the pop-up pizza offering from the much loved west end restaurant of the same name, are back. They serve authentic Neapolitan style Italian wood fired pizza, and even make their own dough, cooked to a family recipe from their sleek black trailer.
They only use quality ingredients with cheese and flour imported from Italy, complemented with locally grown veg, and this local Italian family-owned business is operated by a brother and sister team.
Choose from their delicious selection of pizzas including Stornoway Black Pudding, their Vegano vegan pizza, and kid’s pizza for the under 12’s at a reduced price. Also on offer is gluten free penne pasta Napoli, plus delicious arancini; Italian street food made from risotto ball, stuffed, breaded, and fried till irresistibly crispy. For those with a sweet tooth they also offer freshly made cannoli.
Loaded Hot Dogs offer bockwurst, bratwurst, and vegan hot dogs. All with a wide selection of tasty toppings.
Hector and Harriet have your hot drinks covered with their extensive range of speciality beverages. Each one made with love by this family run independent business.
On match days Hector and Harriet will have units behind both the east and the west stands.
All their coffee is Fairtrade, with your choice of alternative milks.
Signature specialities include deluxe hot chocolate laden with marshmallows, cream, crushed Biscoff and a flake, and specialty lattes including pumpkin spice and gingerbread. Plus, delicious freshly made and vegan friendly warm churros, drizzled in the sauce of your choice, gluten free traybakes, and vegan empire biscuits!
Feeling peckish? You will be when you spot Screaming Peacock serving up delicious 100% wild game burgers, with all game sourced fresh through our family business in Fife. Choose The Screamer, wild venison burger with melted cheese, sticky fried onions and peacock sauce, or The Scratcher, Scottish pheasant with cheese and fresh coriander. Veggies and vegans are covered also with their chickpea and lentil burgers, fondly known as The Pecker, and their signature twice fried rosemary fries are vegan, gluten free, and seasoned to perfection.