CelticFC

New Balance Logo
Dafabet Logo Magners Logo
  • View
Celtic FC FestivalCeltic The MusicalRangers Tickets Betfred Cup FinalCeltic TVChristmas Appeal
  • header image

    GETTING TO CELTIC PARK

    You can download the Accessible Home PDF

    map image

    Motorway exit from North/South

    Visitors coming from the north or south by motorway can follow the M74 or M73 and the M74 (East) then take the A74 exit toward Tollcross/ Rutherglen. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Fullarton Rd/London Rd/A74, and proceed for another mile or so along London Road to the ground on your right.

    Motorway exit from East/West

    Visitors from the East or West can exit at M8 junctions 12, 13, and 14.

    Trains from Queen Street Station

    Trains from Queen Street to Bellgrove put you approximately 1 mile from the stadium.

    Trains from Glasgow City Centre

    Trains from Glasgow Central or Argyle Street to Dalmarnock and Bridgeton take you to within half a mile of the Stadium.

    Buses from Glasgow City Centre

    From Glasgow City Centre, the Nos. 2, 61, 64, 255 and 240 buses stop at the Forge Shopping Centre located on the Gallowgate. Please alight here where you will be approximately 1 mile from the Stadium.

    Further information on First Bus who run these services can be found at https://www.firstgroup.com/bus-accessibility

    From Glasgow Airport

    Glasgow Airport is approximately 12 miles from Celtic Park. You can catch the 500 Airport Express bus from stance 1 and this will take you to the City Centre. From there you can connect to a bus or train to Celtic Park.

    Further details : https://www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow/ routes-and-maps/glasgow-airport-express

    Station Accessibility Information

    Bellgrove
    Helpline contact details

    Note: Tel: 0800 912 2901; 18001 0800 912 2901 (for the hard of hearing)
    URL: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

    Customer help points availabl: Yes
    Staff help opening times: No
    Induction loop available: Yes
    Accessible ticket machines available: Yes
    Accessible booking office counter available: No
    Ramp for train access available: No
    Step free access coverage: No
    Step free access information
    Stairs down to Island platform.
    No wheelchair access
    Ticket gates exist: No
    Impaired mobility set down available: No
    Wheelchairs: No

    Dalmarnock
    Helpline contact details

    Note: Tel: 0800 912 2901; 18001 0800 912 2901 (for the hard of hearing)
    URL: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ 

    Customer help points availabl: Yes
    Staff help opening times: Monday - Saturday: 06:37 to 23:15 Sunday: 09:55 to 18:11
    Induction loop available: Yes 
    Accessible ticket machines available: Yes 
    Accessible booking office counter available: Yes 
    Ramp for train access available: Yes 
    Step free access coverage: Yes 
    Step free access information: Fully Accessible
    Ticket gates exist: No 
    Impaired mobility set down available: No
    Wheelchairs: No

     

    information and frequently asked questions

    Parking

    The Celtic Disabled Supporters Association (CDSA) allocate all parking spaces for blue badge holders at Celtic Park. The car
    parks are located between the East Stand and the Lisbon Lions 2 car park (enter via “ES 27” area on map above), and an area of the Jock Stein Upper coach park. The CDSA carry out a ballot on a match by match basis, and this is mainly carried out by email. Please email [email protected] celticdsa.co.uk for more information or call 07514 059870. Please note the car parks close 1 hour prior to kick-off. Away supporters should

    email [email protected] or call the above number at least 72 hours prior to kick-off. Further details can be found at http://www.celticdsa.co.uk/parking/

    How do I qualify for accessible seating?

    The supporter must be in receipt of a higher rate of DLA or enhanced rate of PIP.

    Is there a waiting list and if so how do I join?

    There is a waiting list for the accessible seating areas. If
    you are interested in joining this please email [email protected] co.uk providing your name, address, date of birth and contact telephone number. You will also be asked to show proof of receipt of higher rate of DLA/enhanced rate of PIP.

    When are tickets available and how do I purchase them?

    If you are looking to attend a home match you should check the website at www.celticfc.net/tickets/homeaccessible for updates on dates of sale and availability for accessible seating areas. Any enquiries about purchasing tickets should be emailed to [email protected] Please note, there is a very limited number of tickets available for home matches and priority for these will be given to those on the accessible season book waiting list (see above on how to join the waiting list for a season book). There are PA seats available within the accessible seating areas for supporters who require assistance. If you are an ambulant disabled supporter attending the game, you can enter the stadium through specified gates (as shown on the map) instead of the turnstile entry points. Accessibility Stewards will be on hand to assist.

    Do you provide storage for wheelchairs?

    We have wheelchairs available to borrow for supporters who require assistance on a match day. If you are looking to store your own wheelchair please email [email protected] for assistance.

    Do you have accessible kiosk units?

    There are low level counter kiosks located on the NW Viewing Platform (TBV), South Stand next to Gate 2 and also the North Stand Lower. There are alternative menu formats available at the kiosks in both braille and large print.

    Where are the accessible toilets located?

    The green circles on the enclosed map show where the accessible toilets are located within the Stadium. There is now a Changing Places facility located in the North Stand, marked on the map with the purple triangle.

    Is there a club shop on site?

    Yes there is a club superstore located at the Celtic Way which is open 7 days a week, including post-match on a home match day. The superstore has automatic doors, a low level serving counter and staff on hand to assist. On a non-matchday there are accessible parking bays available in the superstore car park.

    Accessible Entrances

    There are five accessible entrances into the stadium which allow ground level access to accessible seating areas and also elevator access. The entrances are open one and a half hours prior to kick-off. Stewards will assist with entry and all tickets will be checked here with readers.

    Entry Gate 2

    This provides access to the South Stand accessible seating area.

    Entry Gate NS1

    This provides access to the North Stand (West) accessible seating areas

    Entry Gate ES27

    This provides access to the North Stand (East) accessible seating areas

    Entry Gate 35

    This provides lift access to the elevated positions located in area 419 of the Lisbon Lion Upper Stand. Please take the lift to level 5.

    Entry Gate 1

    This provides access to the accessible seating areas in the Lisbon Lion Lower Stand.

    Supporters looking to access the elevated positions at the North West Platform (TBV) should enter via Janefield Street West and take the lift to level 3.

    Supporters looking to access the elevated positions located in area 437 of the Jock Stein Upper should enter via the Kerrydale Suite entrance and take the lift to level 5.

    Accessibility Stewards

    We have dedicated Accessibility Stewards and these can be identified by high visibility jackets marked “Disabled Assist” on the back. The Accessibility Stewards will be on hand before, during and after the game to ensure you make the most of your matchday experience

    Do you have audio descriptive commentary (ADC) available

    Yes, ADC is available to our supporters in the Visually Impaired Section and to any other supporter who requires this within the Stadium. Please email [email protected] for further information and to arrange an audio box.

    Blankets

    Blankets (subject to availability) are available to supporters who require them. If you require the use of a blanket please email [email protected] at least one day before the game to arrange

    Reduced Mobilty

    Temporarily disabled supporters (eg leg injury) who cannot enter by turnstile and require access through the Accessible Entrances should email [email protected] at least two days before the game to arrange an access pass

    Unacceptable Conduct

    Celtic Football Club will not tolerate unacceptable conduct at Celtic Park. Unacceptable conduct is conduct which is violent or disorderly. Violent conduct includes any actual, attempted or threatened physical violence against any person, or intentional damage to property.

    Disorderly conduct includes:

    Conduct which stirs up or sustains, or is likely, or is designed to stir up and sustain hatred or ill will against or towards individuals or groups of people because of:-

    • Gender, colour, race, nationality (including citizenship) or ethnic or national origin

    • Membership or presumed membership, of a religious group or of a social or cultural group with perceived membership or presumed membership, of a religious group or of a religious affiliation

    • Sexual orientation
    • Transgender identity
    • Disability

    Full details can be found at:

    http://www.celticfc.net/pages/corporate_unacceptableconduct

    Should you need any further information in relation to disabled supporter access at Celtic Park, please contact [email protected] or 0141 551 4373
    Office Hours: 09:00-17.30 Mon-Fri | Matchday Hours: Available 2 hours prior to kick-off