The club aim to make sure that Members, Season Ticket Holders and all supporters enjoy the game and have put together some ‘Match Day information to help achieve this. We would ask everyone attending to read the information as following feedback from supporters after recent games there has been changes.
Match Tickets – are available on-line for both home and away sections HERE
(Please note, there is no pay at the gate option).
To allow for any late comers tickets can be purchased on-line up to 3:45pm on Saturday afternoon.
Hospitality – A small number of our Hospitality Packages for the JB McAlpine Pavilion in The city Stadium remain available and can be booked HERE
Travelling to the National Stadium, Hampden – The club would encourage spectators, where possible, to use public transport for their journey to The National Stadium which is a five-minute walk from Mount Florida and King’s Park train stations.
Trains run from Glasgow Central. For further information call National Rail Enquiries on 03457 484 950. Please visit the ScotRail website at www.scotrail.co.uk to check service provision and to plan your journey ahead of time.
First Glasgow operate bus services to Hampden Park from the City Centre on a regular basis. Services include 5, 6, 7, 7A, 34, 90 and 31.
For further information visit www.firstbus.co.uk/greater-glasgow or call Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
If you have to use the car, the stadium is located 5 minutes from Junction 1a of the M74. Exit onto Polmadie Road/A728 and follow as it merges onto Aikenhead Road.
For other routes please use post code G44 4QG in your Sat Nav or map app.
Car and Coach Parking – home supporters arriving by car are asked to enter the main stadium car park via Mount Annan Drive/Kinghorn Drive, where stewards will direct you to the Red car park. Visiting supporters are advised to approach the stadium via the Aikenhead Road entrance (Sat Nav G44 4QG) where you will be directed to the Yellow car park.
Coaches should enter the stadium campus via Cathcart Road/Letherby Drive and will be directed to park in the Blue car park adjacent to The city Stadium.
Please see Map below
Supporters Bar 1867 – Bar 1867 in the JB McAlpine Pavilion at The city Stadium will be open from 12.30pm to all supporters until kick-off and then re-open immediately after the final whistle.
Stadium Entry – (Home) – all Queen’s Park Members, Season Ticket holders and supporters should enter the South Stand from turnstile numbers 102 – 105 on the South West/Mount Florida side. This is the same entry point as home supporters used for the games against Ayr United.
Turnstiles open at 2:00pm.
Ticket Scanning – Member and Season Ticket cards, as well as match tickets, will be scanned in a similar manner as they have been at both The city Stadium and Hampden this season.
The club aim to make sure that Members, Season Ticket Holders and all supporters enjoy the game and we have put together some Match Day information that will help achieve this. Please note, this includes an important change for Members and Season Ticket holders seated in Section P1.
Supporter Seating – (Home) – Queen’s Park supporters will occupy Sections P1 and P2 in the South West stand. Seating is classed as unallocated however Members and Season Ticket Holders can sit together in section P1.
Following our ops team post match debrief regarding passageway 51 the following will be matchday protocol going forward. While there is no change to turnstile location, and entry to Section P1 will be via passage way 51 and 52, During the match , spectators will have access to both passageways to access the concourse and then return to their seat. In effect, use the passageway either left or right of your seat, whichever is closest. It is hoped this change will make it easier for spectators to use stadium facilities and the club will monitor the next couple of home games to see if the desired outcome is being achieved.
Match ticket holders should use section P2 onwards. Queen’s Park supporters who wish to congregate together and back their side in a vociferous fashion have the back three rows of section P2 allocated to them.
Stewards will be on hand to assist you find these sections if required.
Stadium Entry and Seating (Visiting Supporters) – Visiting supporters should enter via Turnstile numbers 106 – 109 and occupy Section P4 in the South West Stand on an unallocated basis (This is the same location to where Ayr United fans were situated in the last Queen’s Park game at Hampden)
Stewards will also be on hand to assist visiting fans.
Turnstiles open at 2:00pm.
Please note, all spectators (home and away) entering The National Stadium may be subject to a search prior to entry via the turnstiles.
Stadium Catering – Hampden operates as a cashless stadium so please bring a debit or credit card if you plan to purchase drinks or snacks as.
Supporters with Accessible Needs – Any supporter who requires an accessible parking space, a wheelchair space or a seat which involves minimal steps should contact email@example.com or phone 0141 632 1275 during office hours and a member of club staff will be pleased to help.
Media and Scouts wishing to attend – All media and club scouts must request accreditation from the club no later than 24 hours prior to kick off. On match day, media and scouts should report to the Media Check in Desk in the South Stand to collect their passes/tickets. The Media Check in Desk can be found by walking up the steps towards the South Stand main reception, then turning left before entering the glass doors and enter via the Museum entrance, not the traditional Media Entrance.