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  • William Hill Scottish Cup Final potential post-match activity

    William Hill Scottish Cup Final potential post-match activity

    By: Newsroom Staff on 19 May, 2018 08:59

  • ON Tuesday, the club outlined its potential post-match plans for Saturday, providing important information to supporters, with the aim of assisting in planning.

    While we realise this will be an extremely difficult match against Motherwell (who are also putting in place similar post-match plans) and it will be a major challenge for Celtic to win this trophy once again, it has been decided that in the event of Celtic being successful in the Scottish Cup final, the club will stage an open-top bus procession on Saturday evening.

    The open top bus procession would begin at the area of Dalmarnock Train Station at approximately 6:15pm. It will travel along the Clyde Gateway, turn right on to London Road and then on to the Celtic Way.

    If the match moves to extra-time and penalties, the start time of the procession would move accordingly.

    The club are keen to make it as smooth as possible for fans to get here and as such, we are pleased to confirm further travel information in the event of a win.

    bus parking map

    Supporters' Bus Parking
    The Emirates Arena have kindly offered free parking for supporters' buses. This will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Supporters' Car Parking
    The club will offer free car parking in the Clyde Gateway car park (to the West of the stadium) and the Lisbon Lions 2 car park (to the East of the stadium), also on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Disabled Supporters' Access
    A limited number of car parking spaces for disabled supporters will be available on a first-come, first-served basis behind the Lisbon Lions Stand. A disabled viewing platform on the Celtic Way is also available on a first-come, first-served basis.

    Public Transport
    There is no disruption expected and Scotrail services through Dalmarnock Station are scheduled to run as normal. Please check regularly with Scotrail for the latest travel updates.

    The map (above) outlines the route the procession would take, and in the event of a Celtic victory, supporters are encouraged to follow this information carefully.  

    Should Celtic be successful, please allow as much time as possible to get here, with the estimated start time for the procession approximately 6:15pm.

    We hope this advance information assists supporters with regards to any potential event and the planning required.

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