What’s On | Ulster

What’s On | Ulster

Round 6 of the BKT United Rugby Championship will see Ulster visiting Scotstoun Stadium this Saturday (25 November).

Gates open at 6pm for a 7.35pm kick-off.


Supporters attending for the first time this season must download the Scottish Rugby Ticketing App. The app provides access to tickets and match day information. A guide for getting set up with the app can be found here.

Group Bookings

Group Match Ticket Offer– Bookings of 15 people or more can receive a 15% discount on match tickets in Categories 4-6 across Scotstoun Stadium.

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, robyn.struthers@glasgowwarriors.org

The Clubhouse

The new Clubhouse is once again situated in the main Leisure Centre. It will be open from 6pm until kick-off and then again from full-time to 10pm.

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. SP Energy Networks Scotstoun Squad volunteers will be available to direct you if required.

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 can not be taken from the Clubhouse to the stadium, or vice versa.

Back Green Band

Returning to The Warriors Pavilion are our house band, The Back Green Band. They’ll be playing their repertoire of pop sing-a-longs and classic rock hits. The Pavilion is next to the South East Entrance for this game.


Glasgow Warriors will continue their Fighting for the Families campaign for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity this Saturday, with a special collection for Siobhan Cattigan’s memorial fund, Siobhan’s Legacy of Love.

Siobhan’s Legacy of Love was established in 2022 by the friends and family of the 19-times capped Scotland rugby international Siobhan Cattigan, after her passing in November 2021.

You can donate to the fund on the day using cash or by contactless payment. Look out for the Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity volunteers in and around the stadium.

To find out more about the fund, click here.

We are also taking donations for the Heart of Scotstoun food bank. The local community centre has specifically asked for donations of selection boxes that can be gifted to 50 of their families that use the service throughout the festive period.

As well as selection boxes they are specifically looking for toilet roll, shower gel, noodles, tuna, and tins of soup.

There will be dedicated collections for the Heart of Scotstoun at the Edinburgh 1872 Cup derby on Saturday 22 December and for the Club of Origin event for the Dragons match on Saturday 17 February.

Autograph Book

Our 28-page autograph book will be on sale around the stadium once again. It is £4 per book, with all profits going to our Fighting for Our Families campaign for Glasgow Children’s Hospital. Look out for SP Energy Networks Scotstoun Squad who will be selling them on the night. Please note the book can be purchased with contactless payment only.

There will also be a chance to collects autographs on with non-playing members of the squad out-and-about around the stadium.

SP Energy Networks Community Pitch

We have eight clubs from across Caledonia playing on the SP Energy Networks Pitch behind the West Stand on Saturday. They are Aberfeldy, Carnoustie, Dundee, Kinross, Montrose, Panmure, Perthshire, and Strathmore.

Food and Beverage options

Our independent Scottish food and drink suppliers, all with vegan and gluten options or alternatives, for this match are:

Streat Scullery | Menu

Check out Streat Scullery’s delicious shawarma, tasty middle eastern wraps, served warm and generously stuffed with your choice of tasty filling.

Healthy yet substantial, options from this chef led enterprise include slow cooked cumin rubbed lamb, or sweet potato falafel with halloumi fritters, or breaded coley with tahini and mint sauce for the pescatarians.

Kids shawarmas are available for the under 12s at a reduced price.

Baffo Pizza | Menu

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 | Menu

Loaded Hot Dogs offer bockwurst, bratwurst, and vegan hot dogs. All with a wide selection of tasty toppings.

Hector & Harriet | Menu

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!

Screaming Peacock | Menu

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.

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