Away fans guide: The Falkirk Stadium

Falkirk versus Morton

Ladbrokes Championship

Saturday 5 November 2016 | 3pm kick-off

By John Malcolm

The away support will be seated in the North Stand sections D and E and will enter via turnstiles 11 and 12.

Wheelchair users enter via a dedicated entry at the corner of the main stand and North Stand and take their place in a section at the front of the Morton support Wheelchair users/disabled spectators and carers enter free of charge at Falkirk.

Like all Scottish grounds, searches are a condition of entry and there is zero tolerance as regards abuse or anti-social behaviour. Police have said that any attempt to take pyrotechnic devices into the ground and any person found to have such devices in their possession will be the subject of arrest and may be detained for court.

Falkirk will be holding an act of remembrance before kick off. This will involve a guard of honour of service personnel, a wreath laying ceremony by both clubs’ chairmen and directors and a minute’s silence. Supporters are asked to be in their seats early so as not to disrupt.


Entry is pay at the gate and prices are: £18 for adults, £12 for concessions, £6 for under 18s, and free for under 12s.


Travel by Road: For those using sat nav, the address and postcode is FK2 9EE. Use M8/M80 and follow signs for Grangemouth/Edinburgh, take junction six, just past the Kelpies, turn right and follow signs for the stadium.

Travel by Rail: Both Falkirk High and Falkirk Grahamston serve the stadium, although the Falkirk High service is more regular – every 15 minutes – from Glasgow Queen Street. The easiest way from either station to the stadium is via taxi.


Car parking is on the stadium footprint and costs £4.50 per car, but supporters coaches are free to park. Any overspill parking is in the nearby industrial estate.

Travel Club Info

The Albert Hotel Morton Supporters’ bus for the Ladbrokes Championship match against Falkirk will leave the Torpedo Factory Club in Gourock at 1.30pm and pick ups are available en-route on request as always.

To book a seat please visit our Facebook page or call or text Jim on 07983600945. All monies must be paid in the club before boarding the bus.

Please note the club will be open from 11am and there is free parking in the car park next to the club, which can be accessed via Chalmers Street or Tarbet Street. All monies must be paid in the club before boarding the bus.


Image: David Bell