Match Day Information
Glasgow Warriors are based at Scotstoun Stadium in the west end of Glasgow.
112 Danes Drive
There is no public parking available at Scotstoun Stadium on match-day
We recommend using public transport to get to and from the games.
PLEASE NOTE: There are ongoing roadworks around the stadium - for more information, click here.
Travelling to Scotstoun Stadium
By Bus - travel to and from the game for FREE with First Bus
Glasgow Warriors are offering supporters FREE bus travel to and from games at Scotstoun with First Bus.
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!
The unique code will be emailed to all Season Ticket Members and match ticket purchasers the day before a game. If you do not receive an email please check your junk/spam folder or contact:
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.
What is the offer?
As a ticket purchaser (season ticket member or single ticket game) you are entitled to access the special offer provide by First bus, giving you the opportunity to redeem free game day travel on a home match day for all Pro14 and European Champions Cup games.
You will receive a unique code emailed to you by Glasgow Warriors on the week of the game, which allows you to access the offer on your mobile phone via the First Bus Mticket app.
How many vouchers do I get?
Each match ticket holder with be entitled to one free bus ticket*
How do I bring children as part of the offer?
Adults will be able to access one additional free mTicket on their mobile device to allow that child on the bus. Both codes need to be shown to the driver.
How do I redeem my ticket & what type of ticket is it?
Download the mTicket app to your phone
Choose your ticket type from the options below (Maximum of two when bringing one additional child) and add to basket within mTicket app:
Glasgow City – Adult
Glasgow City – Child
Glasgow Network – Adult
Glasgow Network – Child
When you then proceed into the payment screen you can then enter the promotional code (Supplied on week of game by Glasgow Warriors) & this will apply a 100% discount to the items before completion of the transaction.
Activate your mTicket(s)
Show the driver when get on the bus & off you go
When can I use the ticket?
On the day of the game only, before 11.59pm.
Where do I get on & off the bus?
There are a number of services that serve Scotstoun stadium from the city centre and the greater Glasgow:
Dumbarton Road – Services 1/A/B/C/D, 2 & 3
Anniesland Road – Service 6
Westland Drive - Service X4
Other First services operate within a short walk of Scotstoun Stadium for example services 4 & 16 in the Broomhill area.
You can access a full travel schedule on firstgroup/Glasgow and also download the journey planner app from the app stores for Apple an Android devices.
How do I activate my ticket?
Press ‘activate my ticket’ on the mTicket mobile app.
Can I just show my match day Glasgow Warriors ticket to get on the bus?
Sorry, the only ticket that can be used to get a free ticket on the bus is the through the unique code issued and activated on the mTicket app. Don’t worry if you forget your mobile – the bus still accepts cash payments to get you to the game.
Where can I download the app?
You can download the app from iTunes App Store, Google Play and Microsoft.
How many tickets are available?
*There are a maximum of 500 free ticket redemptions available per match during each of the regular home fixtures. These will be issued on a first come first serve basis. Where the free mTicket batch is exhausted, bus tickets are required to be paid standard First Bus ticket prices.
Where do I find the routes and bus stops?
You can download the First Bus journey planner app to get real time information and also visit firstgroup.com/Glasgow to get all the relevant information you need.
Scotstounhill station lies on the Argyle and North Clydelines, with regular services to and from Glasgow Central, Glasgow Queen Street and Partick stations for all local and national connections, including SPT Bus and Subway hubs. Visit scotrail.co.uk for full service details and journey planning options.
If you are travelling by train, our North-West entrance is just a 10 minute walk from Scotstounhill Station.
By Private Bus
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. Offsite Parking for buses and coaches is available at nearby South Street, a short 5 min drive from the stadium.
Buses can return to Scotstoun Stadium at the direction of stewards guidance (usually 20mins prior to full time), 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.
Public parking is not available at Scotstoun Stadium on match day. We recommend supporters use public transport to get to and from the game.
Glasgow City Council have introduced parking controls surrounding Scotstoun Stadium on match day. 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.
Disabled & Accessible Parking
Season Ticket Holders
Disabled and Accessible parking on match days are reserved for Season Ticket Holders with wheelchair and accessible needs. Season Ticket holders wishing to request a reserved season parking pass should contact the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre on 0141 435 4374 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm) or e-mail [email protected]
Please note these spaces are prioritised for wheelchair and ambulant customers only.
Applications of interest for 2019/20 will open inline with season ticket renewals and purchases during summer 2019.
Single Match Ticket Holders
Single match ticket holders, or those with Blue Badge parking permits attending a match and wishing to enquire about parking should notify the Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre on 0141 435 4374 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm) or e-mail [email protected] to enquire about available access
Parking attendants are on hand to assist and check that only disabled badge holders gain access to the disabled parking area.
Event Day Information and FAQ’s
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS A WARRIOR RECYCLING CAMPAIGN
The majority of food packaging at Scotstoun Stadium is compostable. There are also a number of colour-coded bins available for supporters to use around the stadium, making it easier to recycle a variety of products.
Scotstoun Stadium is a strictly no-smoking venue, including all external areas. Stewards will be enforcing the policy at all times.
The ticket office centre is located behind the Main Stand and will normally open 4 hours before kick-off for collections. Please arrive early to avoid queues.
All tickets must be collected by the card holder with the card used to make the booking. If you have ordered tickets from an address out-with the UK, and do not already have your tickets, the purchaser must collect these from the Ticket Centre with photographic ID. Students please be aware that concession checks will be carried out at the turnstiles, so remember your student card. (We accept a valid matriculation card with a photo ID).
All accreditation will be available to collect from the ticket office on the day of the game.
Eating and Drinking
A wide selection of hot food, draught beer, selected wines and spirits as well as hot and cold drinks are available from outlets around the stadium
Look out for other options including stone baked pizzas, scotch beef burgers, fresh fish & chips, and hot donuts and coffee.
Get along to The Warriors Clubhouse to sample the best of the atmosphere at Scotstoun before and after the game. With a variety of drinks including draft beer and cider, The Clubhouse can be found in the sports hall at the north east corner of the stadium.
Open pre-match 90 minutes before kick-off and post-match for 1 hour, capacity in The Clubhouse is limited, and supporters are strongly advised to arrive early.
Hosted by our Official Supporters Club, the XVIth Warrior, there’ll be plenty of pre match activity included player interviews, sponsors giveaways and post match reaction.
What can I bring to Scotstoun Stadium?
Plastic bottles of soft drinks or water up to 500ml may be taken into the stadium. The lid must be sealed and intact. No alcohol can be brought into the stadium.
Pocket sized cameras are permitted, however large professional cameras are not. By small, we mean pocket size digital cameras or SLR cameras with zoom lenses no more powerful than 300mm. Tripods are not permitted.
Backpacks & Rucksacks
All bags will be searched so please avoid bringing a bag to the game if possible. Small backpacks are permitted, however suitcases or larger items will be denied access. A guide of size is something that will comfortably fit beneath your seat. We assume no responsibility for baggage within the stadium. Rucksacks or similar will be subject to a search before entry.
Scotstoun Stadium does not accept pushchairs on match days. You can leave this at the stadium reception when you arrive, if required and collect post-match.
All Main Stand/North stand kiosks are cash only. All external units should expect to see card accepted.
The Macron store also takes card payments.
Please contact Glasgow Club Scotstoun:
Tel: 0141 276 1620
Email: [email protected]
For lost season tickets please contact Scottish Rugby Ticket Centre on 0141 435 4374 (Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm) or e-mail [email protected]
Where are the turnstiles and when do they open?
All turnstiles, bars, and the Glasgow Warriors clubhouse will open approximately 90 minutes before kick-off. Supporters can access the stadium at any turnstile or gate.
North West Gate Access
This new entrance will significantly reduce the amount of time taken to walk to the ground from Scotstounhill train station.
Please note you must have a valid match ticket or season ticket on your person for entry at this gate, there is no ticket collection point or ticket sale facility at this entrance. Supporters who are walking from Scotstounhill train station and not in possession of a match ticket should access along Queen Victoria Drive/Danes Drive to the main stadium entrance.
Post-match the gate will remain open for 30 minutes after the final whistle for those exiting towards Scotstounhill train station.
All persons entering the stadium at Scotstoun are admitted only subject to these rules, the bye-laws of Scottish Rugby and Glasgow Life and the ticket conditions applicable to the match.
Entry to the ground shall be deemed to constitute unqualified acceptance of all these rules and regulations
Scotstoun Stadium ground rules
a. All persons entering the stadium are admitted subject to the condition that they may be required to submit to search to prevent unauthorised items or dangerous articles being brought into the stadium which might be used to cause injury or damage to persons or property
b. All matches are played in accordance with the laws of the game of rugby football as framed by the International Rugby Board and where applicable, such additional regulations and guidance produced by Scottish Rugby and Glasgow Life
c. Tickets are issued to club members, debenture holders and others for their personal use only, unless with the prior agreement of Scottish Rugby. Tickets shall be void if re-sold at a premium or for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Scottish Rugby. In the event of any breach of this condition, Scottish Rugby reserves the right to cancel this ticket and to retain the money paid, or, if said person has entered the ground, have them ejected forthwith;
d. In general, the right of admission is reserved by Scottish Rugby and Glasgow Life and no transfers within the stadium are allowed;
e. With the exception of authorised press representatives holding accreditation issued by Scottish Rugby and Glasgow Life, no photographs, video recordings, sound recordings or similar may be taken within Stadium without the express prior written approval of Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life. Entry to the stadium may be denied to persons with audio, visual and/or audio visual recording equipment of any sort including without limitation cameras, cassette recorders and microphones. In addition, no transmission, in whole or in part, in any form, or by any means electronic, mechanical, recording or otherwise is permitted save with a special authorisation in writing by Scottish Rugby, Glasgow Life or their appointed agents. Small amateur cameras are however permitted. By small, we mean pocket size digital cameras or SLR cameras with zoom lenses no more powerful than 300mm. Tripods are not permitted
f. Only persons specifically authorised in writing by Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life are permitted to offer newspapers, periodicals, foodstuffs, souvenirs or any other articles for sale in the Stadium and any charitable collection will only be permitted within the Stadium with prior written consent of Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life
g. Without limiting any other remedies it may have, Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life will have the right in the case of any serious or persistent breach of these ground rules to refuse admission to the stadium or eject from the stadium (as applicable) any person. No refund will be payable by Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life if Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life takes any of these actions. The following actions will constitute a serious breach of the ground rules:
i. the possession of a container which is capable of holding liquid and which, if thrown, would be capable of causing injury to another person (save for sealed bottles of water and soft drinks up to a maximum of 500ml)
ii. the possession of alcohol which has not been purchased from an authorised Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life supplier inside the stadium
iii. being drunk
iv. the possession of any of the following: knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, airhorns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon or compromise public safety
v. smoking in any part of the stadium
vi. persistent standing in seated areas whilst a match is in progress
vii. the possession of a banner or flag that bears material or slogans which are offensive, obscene, abusive or of a racist, homophobic or discriminatory nature
viii. the throwing of any object within the Stadium without lawful authority or excuse
ix. the use of foul, obscene, abusive or racist, homophobic or discriminatory language or gestures
x. any failure to comply with the instructions of an official, steward or employee of Scottish Rugby or any police officer
h. Under no circumstances is it permitted to throw any objects, whether on to the pitch or track or otherwise;
i. Flags on sticks or poles which measure more than 15mm diameter and are longer than 100cm, or any other item which, in the reasonable opinion of Scottish Rugby, its servants or agents, could be used as a weapon, are not allowed within the Stadium. All promotional, commercial, political or religious items of whatever nature, including but not limited to banners, signs, symbols and leaflets are prohibited and may not be brought into the Stadium unless authorised by Scottish Rugby or Glasgow Life
j. Unnecessary noise such as from the use of air horns, radio sets and behaviour likely to cause confusion, annoyance or nuisance of any kind, including racist, foul and abusive language is not permitted in any part of the Stadium
k. In accordance with the “Smoking, Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005, Prohibition of Smoking in Certain Premises (Scotland) Regulations 2006” smoking within the Stadium is not permitted. Anyone breaching this rule will be asked to refrain from doing so and a refusal will be deemed as a breach of these rules and therefore the offender will be asked to leave the Stadium
l. Standing up, in seated areas, to view the game whilst in progress are to be discouraged and where it interferes with other spectators, the offending party will be asked to refrain from doing so, refusal will be deemed as a breach of these rules and therefore the offender may be asked to leave the Stadium
m. Spectators are not permitted to enter the field of play at any time, before, during or after the match period. Any person doing so may be ejected from the Stadium and may be liable for prosecution
n. In the event of an emergency evacuation broadcast or instructions given over the PA system or by Police or Stewards must be adhered to
o. Dogs are not permitted within the Stadium with the exception of guide dogs used for the purpose of directing visually impaired persons
p. Scottish Rugby and Glasgow Life shall be entitled to refuse admission or readmission to, or eject from the Stadium, any person who does not comply with these rules
q. CCTV cameras may be in use and recordings could be used in any proceedings.