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Getting to the stadium

The stadium is located south of Glasgow city centre. With ever-changing Covid-19 regulations regarding using public transport in Glasgow, we recommend that you check the official Scottish Government website for safe travel guidance before planning your journey.

Before you set off

❗ Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket. Plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot.

Let me give you a top tip

If you’re a match ticket holder Glasgow, you’re entitled to a free Matchday Travelcard, available on the UEFA EURO 2020 App. The digital travelcard entitles you to use selected public transport services for free on the day of your game. Find out more on the UEFA EURO 2020 App.

The Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map can be used to plot the best routes from wherever you are in the city directly to the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket.

🚶🏼 By foot

Due to its location close to the centre, the distance to Hampden Park is walkable – there will be dedicated walking routes, taking approximately one hour. To avoid queues and delays to your journey, this is our recommended method of getting to the stadium.

Let me give you a top tip

The best way to see the city of Glasgow is by foot and with Volkswagen Mobility Makers, our EURO 2020 volunteers, along the walking routes it's the best way to get to the stadium!

🚄 By public transport

Your free Matchday Travelcard will grant you access to both train and dedicated shuttle bus services linking the city centre to the stadium.

Trains from Glasgow Central serve Mount Florida Station, the closest station to Hampden Park.

In addition, there will be two dedicated shuttle bus services running regularly on matchdays between the city centre and the stadium taking approximately 30 minutes. These shuttle buses will run on your matchday 4 hours before kick-off and will continue until spectators have dispersed after the final whistle.

Shuttle Bus West (Stadium Entrances C & D)

City Centre > Stadium - Albion St > Queens Drive

Stadium > City Centre - Queens Drive > Albion St

Shuttle Bus East (Stadium Entrance A)

City Centre > Stadium - Shuttle St > Aikenhead Rd

Stadium > City Centre - Aikenhead Rd > Shuttle St

These services will have a matchday queuing system in place and will carry a reduced number of passengers in accordance with social distancing regulations. If you can, we recommend walking as the best form of transport to the stadium.

❗ Please note:

Hampden Park will not provide parking for private vehicles during the event. Extensive road closures will be implemented around the stadium on matchday. Instead, plan to park your car next to the transport hubs and walk or use public transport to get to the stadium.
The same applies to taxi travel: road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey and you will most likely be dropped off quite far from the venue, so we don't recommend it

On arrival

Once you arrive at the stadium direction signs and Volkswagen Mobility Makers, our volunteers, will help guide you to the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket.

Accessible Stadium

🚄 By public transport

Scotrail offers an Assisted Travel Service which will be available for disabled spectators using any Scotrail trains.

We recommend booking assisted travel in advance, but if this is not possible, you can turn up and request assistance from the Scotrail ontrain or station team.

🚗 Getting There & Parking

Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking permit during the application process. Parking permits will be allocated closer to the tournament, and our ticketing team will send you an email as soon as this is complete. Keep in mind there are a limited number of parking permits available; even if you requested one, we cannot guarantee all applications will be successful.

Additionally, there will be accessible modes of transport for disabled spectators on matchdays. For more detailed information on accessible travel in Glasgow, please visit the CAFE Football Disabled Spectator Guide.

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