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How do I get to Firhill Stadium?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

As with most of the grounds in Glasgow, there is precious little parking around the ground, and you will have to make do with street parking – however there are heavy restrictions on match days, so be careful and look at the signs, or cross your fingers that a traffic warden doesn’t come calling!

Train travel is the most convenient way of getting to the stadium. Maryhill Train Station is the closest one to the ground – though it is still a 25-minute walk – so if you don’t fancy the walk, hope on the underground which will get you closer. Both ‘Kelvinbridge’ and ‘St Georges Cross’ are around a 10 minute walk to Firhill!

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Most fans will make their way across via Glasgow City Centre, which makes your best option is to take the Subway. The Glasgow Underground has stops at Kelvinbridge and St George’s Cross; both are a short walk from Firhill and it’s only about £3 for a return ticket. You can get the Subway from Queen Street in the middle of town.

It’s a small venue, so finding street parking in the area is usually pretty simple. Just follow signs toward Maryhill and you’ll be sorted.

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