Travelling to the Games from around Scotland
Please refer to our transport section for details on the best way to travel around Scotland for the Games.
Accessibility services from the city
For those who require accessibility services please visit our accessibility section.
Getting to the venue from around the city
Details of local transport arrangements for Celtic Park are set out below. Also please refer to Getting to Glasgow section for details on the best way to travel to Glasgow during the Games.
Walking to the venue in 45 minutes
The walk from the City Centre will be a great way to soak up the atmosphere and will take around 45 minutes. Games Time volunteers, called clyde-siders will be on hand to help you every step of the way.
The recommended walking route is as follows:
Head south on South Frederick St toward Ingram St - Turn left onto Ingram St - Turn right onto Glassford St - Turn left onto Trongate - Slight left to stay on Trongate - Continue onto Gallowgate - Slight left to stay on Gallowgate - Go through one roundabout - At roundabout head towards Janefield St – Pedestrian Screening Area /Entrance straight ahead.
Why not cycle? It’s only about 12 minutes from the city centre
It takes less than 12 minutes to cycle to Celtic Park from the city centre. View the route.
The recommended cycling route is as follows:
From Glasgow city centre
Head south on South Frederick St toward Ingram St - Turn left onto Ingram St - Turn right onto Glassford St - Turn left onto Trongate - Turn right onto Saltmarket - Turn left onto St Andrews St - Turn left onto James Morrison St - Turn right onto London Rd - Turn right onto Clyde Gateway - Dismount south of 'loch' south of CAV - Head east on path south of Loch - Enter cycle parking.
The Stadium is less than 30 minutes cycle from the West End along local routes and National Cycle Network Route 75.
Travelling by bus – city to venue in 20 minutes
Celtic Park is well served by multiple bus routes with several bus stops in close proximity to the stadium. Remember use of the bus is included in the cost of your event ticket.
For travel from the city centre use First Bus services 2, 60, 60A, 61, 240 and 255 which take approximately 20 minutes to Parkhead Cross, which is a five minute walk to the stadium.
For travel from other areas, First Bus services 18 and 263 use stops within 20 minutes’ walk of the Stadium
Shuttle buses will be in operation to and from the city centre to Celtic Park.
Travelling by rail – city to nearby stations in seven minutes
Dalmarnock Train Station serves Celtic Park and is about 11 minutes’ walk from the venue. Bellgrove Train Station also serves Celtic Park and is about 15 minutes’ walk from the venue.
From Glasgow city centre:
Join services at Glasgow Central Low Level - for onward travel to Dalmarnock, heading for Lanark, Motherwell and Larkhall.
Join services at Queen Street Station – for onward travel to Bellgrove
From Dunbartonshire/North Clyde area:
Direct services from Milngavie/Dalmuir – via Glasgow Central Low Level - call at Dalmarnock, heading for Lanark, Motherwell and Larkhall.
From South Lanarkshire:
Services from Lanark, Motherwell and Larkhall call at Dalmarnock en route to Glasgow Central Low Level and on to Milngavie/Dalmuir.
From the east/Edinburgh:
Join services from Edinburgh, Airdrie or Springburn for Bellgrove heading towards Helensburgh, Balloch, Milngavie and Dalmuir.
ScotRail will provide up to double its normal number of carriages on key routes, but remember to allow time for the queuing systems that will be in place at the busiest stations to help journeys run safely and smoothly. Travel on a specific service is not guaranteed and should be considered when planning your journey
For full details of services, please go to scotrail.co.uk.
Leave your car behind!
You are advised not to drive to Celtic Park. Except limited pre-bookable facilities for Blue Badge Holders. Please visit our accessibility section. parking around the venue is strictly reserved for residents and local businesses only. There are no set-down/pick up points. Roads will be busy and subject to closures and restrictions.
So leave your car behind and make use of the many other transport options available.
Public transport is expected to be busy in this area between 16.00 and 23.30 on 23 July 2014. Avoid travelling at the busiest times or use walking and cycling as an alternative to public transport.
Roads are expected to be particularly busy in this area from 16.00–23.30 on 23 July 2014.
Please cycle, walk and use public transport or travel at less busy times.