Get to Celtic Park Stadium
Better known to fans as "Parkhead" or "Paradise", Celtic Park Stadium has been the home of Celtic FC
since they moved the short distance from their original location in 1892. As the largest football ground in Scotland (and the seventh largest stadium in all of the UK), Celtic Park always delivers an exciting match day experience.
Located in the Parkhead area of Glasgow, the stadium is easy to reach no matter what form of transport you prefer. Read on to find out more about your options.
How to get to Celtic Park Stadium
Glasgow's major train stations, Central and Queen Street, are both about a half-hour walk from the stadium. Alternately, you can get trains from Glasgow Central to Dalmarnock or Bridgeton stations on the Argyle Line, which are only five to ten minutes' walk from Celtic Park, or from Queen Street to Bellgrove station, which is about 20 minutes from the stadium.
A number of local buses operated by First Glasgow
pass close to the stadium. From the city centre, you can get bus numbers 61, 62, 64, 240 and 255 to the Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre, which is just a short walk from Celtic Park; or take bus 43 along London Road, which passes by the stadium.
Situated on the A74 (London Road), Celtic Park Stadium is very accessible for those arriving by car. If you're approaching from the east or west along the M8, simply exit at junction 12, 13 or 14; or if you're coming from the north or south along the M73 or M74, take the exit for the A74 toward Tollcross/Rutherlglen, continue on to the roundabout and then take the third exit onto London Road.
Parking is available at the stadium itself, as well as in the surrounding streets – be sure to keep an eye on local restrictions.
Lift share to Celtic Park Stadium
If you're planning to drive to a Celtic match at the stadium, why not consider travelling by car share? It's a growing trend amongst commuters, and can also help fans travelling to sports matches, concerts and other events save money on petrol and parking by offering up seats in their car (or hitching a ride) with other people heading the same way. Not only is this a great way to keep your trip budget-friendly, but it's a greener way to travel and you'll get the chance to meet new people on the way. You could even make a day of it and head out to see the sights of Glasgow
before or after the match!