Away fans guide: Hampden Park

Queen’s Park versus Morton

Irn-Bru Cup, third round

Saturday 3 September 2016 | 3pm kick-off

By John Malcolm

The Morton support have been allocated section P within Hampden and enter via South Stand turnstiles 106 to 109 near to the main entrance of the national stadium, while the concourse is shared by both sets of fans.

Wheelchair users and attendants access the stadium via the ramp at the main reception and will be directed to lifts that take them to the viewing area in the South Stand.

Queen’s Park have informed us that Morton supporters are most welcome at the JB McAlpine Pavilion Social Club. This is on Letherby Drive on the left as you approach Hampden car park.

Food and drinks are available at competitive prices pre-match. It may be worth arriving early to take advantage of this facility, which is located only two minutes from the turnstiles and is open until around 2.40pm.


Admission is £12 for adults and £2 for concessions (there is no parent and child gate as this is a cup tie) and entry is pay at the gate.


Travel by Road: There are no planned works that could cause major delays. The advised route to Hampden is the M8 to Govan Dumbreck Road, Titwood Road, Minard Road, Langside Avenue, Battlefield Road and enter Hampden car park via Letherby Drive.

It is possible to enter via Aikenhead Road but this is a more complicated process and traffic on Aikenhead Road tends to be stop-start, with almost continuous traffic lights.

Travel by train: There are no planned works on the rail network between Inverclyde and Glasgow Central and Glasgow Central and Mount Florida. Mount Florida station is just a five-minute walk from Hampden.


Supporters buses are to park in Letherby Drive in the main Hampden car park, with drivers to find a suitable location for their vehicles.

Car parking is in the main car park and parking for this game is free.