Celtic FAQs

Where is BT Murrayfield?

BT Murrayfield Stadium is located to the West of Edinburgh’s city centre.

How do I get there using public transport?

Rail Travel – ScotRail

• The Edinburgh Festivals are currently taking place so ScotRail services may be busy with festival goers. The train operator will be providing extra carriages on many Haymarket routes before and after the football
• The Edinburgh-Glasgow via Falkirk High line will be quarter-hourly almost all day, and most trains will have the maximum six carriages
• Remember there are two alternative routes to Haymarket from Glasgow, via Shotts and Airdrie.
• With 40,000 fans expected at the football, trains and stations will be busy, so it’s worth buying your rail ticket in advance
• The visible carrying and drinking of alcohol is banned on all ScotRail services after 4pm. Fans should expect that alcohol will be banned on many trains to Haymarket before the game too, to ensure everyone can enjoy their journeys in comfort and safety
• Consider aiming to arrive at Murrayfield when doors open, to avoid the busiest travel times. Remember, many commuters will be travelling home from about 4pm to 6pm.
• To keep people moving through stations – without too many customers on platforms at once - queuing systems may be in place at times. Staff will help guide you safely to your next available train

Please follow any instructions from the additional customer service staff that ScotRail will have on the ground. They’re there to help your day run smoothly.

Bus Travel 

The following services pass close to BT Murrayfield Stadium;

Lothian Buses: 12, 26, 31, 22, 30
First Bus: 12, 16, 38
Airlink 100

Bus Services will be strengthened to increase passenger capacity to the north and south of the stadium to cater for the additional passengers at the end of the game. Detailed maps showing where to catch buses after the game will be available on www.lothianbuses.com the week prior to the game.

Coach travel from Glasgow will be available with dedicated services from Buchanan Bus Station to Corstorphine Road at the Murrayfield Hotel. More information on services and pre booking of seats can be found at www.citylink.co.uk After the game these coaches will depart from Corstorphine Road and Citylink officials will be on hand to direct you to these services

Tram Travel – BT Murrayfield Stadium has a dedicated Tram Stop located directly outside the ground, and Edinburgh Trams will be operating an enhanced service before and after the game.  Amongst other starting points BT Murrayfield Stadium can be accessed via tram from the City Centre, Ingliston Park & Ride, and Edinburgh Airport – see www.edinburghtrams.com for more information.

Park & Ride

Six park and ride sites service Edinburgh.

Ferrytoll Park and Ride – A90, Inverkeithing, KY11 1LN

Ferrytoll park and ride is just north of the Forth Road Bridge in Fife. There are 1,040 spaces (37 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 04.40am – 12:30am

Vehicles can be left overnight at no charge. If you intend to leave your vehicle overnight please park in the multi-storey car park and provide details of your vehicle registration to the duty supervisor (in facilities building).

The following bus services pass call at Ferrytoll and pass BT Murrayfield Stadium;

Stagecoach- 53, X53, X54, 55, X58, X59, X60, X61

Scottish Citylink/Park’s of Hamilton/Megabus Services – M90, M91, M92

Ingliston Park and Ride – 2 Eastfield Road, Newbridge, EH28 8LS

Situated near the airport, this is a good option for supporters driving through to Edinburgh from the west of Scotland. There are 1,085 spaces (46 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 06.00am – midnight

Overnight parking is not permitted.

This park and ride is served by the Lothian 35 bus service and the tram.

Hermiston Gate Park and Ride – Riccarton Mains Road, Currie, Midlothian, EH14 5PX

450 spaces (22 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 24 hours a day

Maximum vehicle height – 1.9m/6’3”

Lothian Buses No. 25 serves Hermiston Gate and stops at Saughton and Gorgie, a 10 min walk to the south of the stadium. An express service the X25 also runs.

A night bus, N25, also serves this park and ride with hourly service between 12:15am and 04:15am.

Lothian Buses No. 34 runs from Hermiston Gate via Fountainbridge and Tollcross to Edinburgh’s city centre.

Sherriffhall Park and Ride, Old Dalkeith Road, Dalkeith, EH22 1FF

561 spaces (15 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 24 hours a day

Lothian Buses No.33 calls at this park and ride and passes BT Murrayfield Stadium.

Wallyford Park and Ride, A199, Haddington Road, Musselburgh, EH21

300 spaces (13 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 24 hours a day

No terminal building – bus tickets bought on board the buses. No direct buses to BT Murrayfield Stadium, but regular buses to the city centre with many connecting buses.

Straiton Park and Ride, Straiton Road, Straiton, EH20 9NW

600 spaces (37 disabled) and parking is free.

Opening times: 06:00am – midnight

Maximum vehicle height – 1.9m/6’3”

There is no direct bus to BT Murrayfield Stadium but regular buses into the city centre with many connecting buses. 

Car Travel - It should be noted there is no parking provision for private vehicles within the grounds of BT Murrayfield Stadium. Many streets in the immediate environs of the stadium will be subject to parking restrictions to ensure the free flow of traffic in and around the stadium. On-street parking will as a result be very limited and we would advise that if you have to travel by car that you park a sensible walking distance from the stadium. Please also note that the A71 and A8 corridors become very congested following events at BT Murrayfield and that other routes out of the city such as Stevenson Drive out to South Gyle, Murrayfield Road & Ravelston Dykes out towards Queensferry Road, and Slateford Road are usually far less congested. It is also permissible to use the bus lanes at this time of night on these main corridors.

I’m Disabled and Require Parking

Disabled parking will be available in BT Murrayfield’s west car park. Passes must be purchased in advance from Celtic FC Ticket Office.

Where can I Park?

There is no public parking available at BT Murrayfield Stadium.

Where will Supporters Buses Park?

Coach parking is available at the ground with overflow, if it is required, in, nearby, Corstorphine Road. Coaches should approach via the A8, then Corstorphine Road, Balgreen Road, Saughtonhall Avenue West and Saughtonhall Avenue. Police officers and BT Murrayfield Stewards will be on duty and obvious as coaches get close to the ground, to give direction as to which area is in use.

Please note there are low over bridges in Russell Road and Balgreen Road as well as Roseburn Street which double decker coaches will not be able to pass under. Please follow steward’s instructions when parking at these locations as they will be filled in a specific order. Coaches should not be parked in any other streets around the stadium.

How Do I Access the Stadium?

Turnstiles are situated at each side of the ground.

North: Accessible off Corstorphine Road and along Riversdale Crescent, the turnstiles are beside Murrayfield Ice Rink.

North East: Access from Roseburn Crescent which runs along the south edge of Roseburn Park. Turnstiles 33 and 34 will be for away fans.

South and East: The main bank of turnstiles off Roseburn Street.

West: The turnstiles behind the west stand are primarily used by hospitality patrons, but can be accessed from Roseburn Street.

What Time do Turnstiles Open?

Hospitality turnstiles open at 5.00pm

General turnstiles open at 6.15pm

Is There a Cash Machine?

No, there will not be a cash machine within BT Murrayfield Stadium. The nearest cash machines are located on Roseburn Terrace (Bank of Scotland) or at Sainsbury’s at Westfield Road. Both are approximately a 10 min walk from the stadium.

Can I Buy Refreshments at the Stadium?

Yes, food units provide a range of hot foods throughout the stadium;

  • Burgers
  • Hot Dogs
  • Chinese
  • Mexican
  • Kebab
  • Chinese

A range of soft drinks, tea, coffee and water will also be available from these units.

Since purchasing my ticket my mobility has become affected. Who do I contact?

Celtic FC Ticket Office

Baby Changing Facilities

There are changing units in the disabled toilets in the lower west (south) stand area and in the lower west (north) stand area. The doors have appropriate baby changing signs on them. A parenting room is also available in the east stand of the stadium. Signage will be installed on the door.

First Aid

We have a full medical team on duty for your safety and wellbeing including First Aid, paramedics and doctors. If you feel unwell, please contact your nearest steward, who will direct you to further help. The First Aid room is located at ground level in the south west corner of the stadium.

Lost Property

If you mislay property in the stadium please contact your nearest steward. If you discover the loss after an event, contact our Facilities staff at feedback@sru.org.uk

PA Announcements/Big Screen Messages

All requests for PA announcements and ‘shout outs’ will be considered. However it is at the discretion of Celtic FC whether they are in a position, time permitting, to read them all out. Please email all requests to rkelly@celticfc.co.uk (according to Celtic website).

Ticketing Information

Tickets are now on general sale. Adults tickets are priced £22, concessions £12 and Under 13 £7

Tickets can be purchased online, by calling 0871 226 1888* or by visiting the Celtic Ticket Office.

*calls cost up to 10p per minute, telecoms provider dependent. Mobile and other provider charges may vary.