Away Day Guide - Partick Thistle (22nd February)
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Admission prices are as follows - Adults £20, Concessions (Over 65s, students, disabled and carer) £15, Under 16s £5. Supporters can purchase tickets here.
Disabled Supporters Info –
The disabled section at Firhill, for both home and away fans, can be accessed via the large red disabled access gate at the North West corner of the stadium, where the John Lambie Stand and the Colin Weir Stand meet. Disabled toilets are situated as follows;
Colin Weir Stand – adjacent to the wheelchair section
John Lambie Stand – in the concourse at the rear of the stand
Tickets for the wheelchair section, situated in the Colin Weir Stand, will be available to purchase (cash only) on the day from the red disabled access gate.
Supporters Buses –
The Gourock Morton Supporters bus will depart from Gourock Train Station at 6pm. The price will be decided on the night. Message their page on Facebook or contact Mark on 07847847357 to book a space.
Port Glasgow Morton Travel Club will leave from The Sutherland Bar at 6.45pm. The price will be decided on the day depending on the number of seats sold, message their page on Facebook or contact Bryan on 07969760291 to book.
The Morton Supporters Club bus is departing at 6.15pm from the club. The cost is £10 for adults and £7 for U16s/OAPs. Contact David on 07719548046 to book.
By Train –
There are two services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock :08 and :38 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. Trains back to Inverclyde after the match are less frequent, shown in the image below. Please double check the final destination of all these services before boarding.
From Glasgow Central, a taxi is the quickest and easiest way through to Maryhill, or alternatively, take the Subway over to St George’s Cross station, which is around a twenty-minute walk to Firhill.
All information taken from the ScotRail website.
By Car –
Use the postcode G20 7AL for the stadium. Without traffic, the estimated journey time from Cappielow to Firhill is 29 minutes via the M8. There is free on-street parking on Garscube Road and adjacent streets on route to the stadium. Firhill Road usually closes between 2.30pm and 5pm.
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If you’re looking to break up the journey from Greenock to Maryhill, the Toby Jug is a thirty second walk from Glasgow Central on Hope Street (97 Hope St, Glasgow G2 6LL).
Upon arrival in Maryhill, Munns (610 Maryhill Rd, Glasgow G20 7ED) is the closest pub to the stadium and is around a five-minute walk from the away turnstiles. Munns opens at 11am and is a traditional football pub which welcomes home fans and away fans. They sell 35ml spirits, have a pool table and dart board and a separate lounge area.
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