Below you will find all the necessary information to guarantee your visit to one of Scotland’s oldest football stadiums is one to remember.
BUYING MATCH TICKETS
Tickets for home matches at Greenock Morton can be purchased on the Fanbase here. The app can be downloaded on to your phone on Apple or Android. Physical tickets will be available, but we recommend using our eTicketing service for a seamless experience on the day and to avoid the queues. Should you wish a physical ticket as a collectible item, please don’t hesitate to contact the club.
WHERE TO GO
Want the real Cappielow experience? It’s the Cowshed for you. Nothing but 100% support is accepted in here for the 90 minutes. The Cowshed is a covered terracing and has free access to Sinclair Street, an uncovered terrace bank behind the goal. Morton traditionally attack this goal in the second half, so get around early and secure a good view.
Our Main Stand is named after Allan McGraw, a club legend who served both as a player and manager. Through the 1950s and 1960s, McGraw scored 117 goals for Greenock Morton in 136 games before his transfer to Hibernian in 1966. McGraw returned as manager for 12 years between 1985 and 1996, key in the development of homegrown talents like Derek McInnes and Allan Mahood. He was inducted into the Scottish Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
Depending on the match category, away supporters are housed in the Main Stand or Wee Dublin End (uncovered). This information will be communicated by the club ahead of each matchday.
Adult – £22
Concession (Over 65 / 16-21) – £16
Child (12-15) – £5
Child U12* – £5
All supporters under the age of 12 must be accompanied into the stadium by a paying adult.
Should you require a place in our inclusion area with a wheelchair, please contact the club directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. All supporters in the inclusion area are entitled to bring a carer free of charge with a concession match ticket.
GETTING TO THE STADIUM
By Train: From Glasgow Central alight the Gourock bound train service at Cartsdyke station. Not all trains stop at Cartsdyke, it is advised that you check the boards at Glasgow Central before boarding. Cartsdyke station is approx. 7 minutes from Cappielow Park by foot.
By Bus: There are several buses from the Greenock Town Centre, with a frequency of approximately every 5 minutes. Services from Glasgow stop just outside the ground.
By Car: If you are coming from Glasgow by car, take the M8 motorway towards Greenock. This takes you beyond Glasgow Airport. Head on to the A8 into Greenock and into the 30mph zone of dual carriageway until you reach the second set of traffic lights, then turn first left onto Sinclair Street.
Our full address is Cappielow Park, Sinclair Street, PA15 2TY, Greenock. However, please note that Sinclair Street is closed on matchday beyond the car parking zone. The club encourages using all forms of public transport with car parking space limited.
Parking is available across from Sinclair Street at Cappielow Park, but this is accessible on a first-come, first-serve basis with a capacity of X. Parking charge on a matchday for supporters is X. If you park around the stadium vicinity, please respect the neighbours and local residents.
While we don’t have an on-site shop, our retail partner Smiths of Greenock are stationed on Sinclair Street every matchday with a range of club merchandise. The retail store is an eight-minute drive from Cappielow on West Blackhall Street and is open normal business hours, seven days a week.
Programme sellers are on hand at the stadium and the programme cost is 2.50.
Mascot packages are available here.
FOOD AND DRINK
Our kiosks are managed with the utmost care and attention. We have a range of pies to suit all tastes – from the staple Scotch Pie to a spicy chicken curry pie. Prices are. We sell soft drinks and water at the kiosks. Alcohol is not permitted inside the stadium. Both our pie stalls now accept payment by card.
ENJOY THE GAME
COWSHED: The best experience is with our supporters who travel up and down the country, regardless of results or the weather. The Cowshed brings fans of all generations and backgrounds together to support The Ton. It doesn’t matter where you come from, who you are, we’re all the same for 90 minutes. And hopefully, there’s three points to celebrate in the pub after the game.
COLOUR: You have your ticket, you know your way around… now you need to get into the spirit. This part of Scotland (Inverclyde) is proudly blue-and-white. Nothing else. You can pick up a scarf outside Sinclair Street from the Smiths of Greenock retail truck.
LET US KNOW: Whether you are a regular to Greenock Morton or a Groundhopper, we want to hear how your experience went. It might not be the Nou Camp or Emirates Stadium… but it is Cappielow. Contact us on social media with your photos and feedback. Community, friends and family are at the heart of what makes the club special. We look forward to welcoming you here again in the future.