Away Day Guide – Montrose (9th October)
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Tickets can be bought at the stadium on the day and prices are as follows: Adults - £15; Concessions (OAPs, Students, U18s) - £8; U12s - £1. The match will also be streamed on MontroseTV for the price of £12.50. Click here to buy match tickets. Click here to purchase stream access.
There are currently no supporters’ buses running to the game.
There are three services an hour to Glasgow Central on the low line, departing Gourock at :08, :38 and :54 every hour, as well as one train an hour on the high line, departing Wemyss Bay at :57 every hour. Travel to Glasgow Central and transfer to Glasgow Queen Street.
Montrose is on the Glasgow Queen Street-Aberdeen line. There are two direct services that will get you to Montrose in time for kick off – the 08:41 and the 10:39. If you wish to depart Montrose straight after the game then the 16:11 service arrives back in Glasgow at 18:21. There is the option to watch the Scotland game in Montrose before travelling back – with the 19:14 and 20:18 services both arriving in time to connect with an Inverclyde service from Glasgow Central. With an adult off-peak return pricing at £50.50, it’s worthwhile looking at advanced tickets, which also allows the opportunity to reserve seating on a usually busy train line.
All info taken from the ScotRail website.
Use the postcode DD108QD for the stadium. The quickest route is following the M8, M80, M9, A9 and A9 through Stirling, Perth and Dundee. The estimated journey time is 2hrs 47 mins. There is plenty of available street parking a few minutes away from the stadium.
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When alighting from the train station, the Market Arms (95 High St, Montrose DD10 8QY) is our recommended pit stop and is a ten minute walk (0.5 miles) from the stadium. The Royal British Legion Club (16 Wellington St, Montrose DD10 8QD) is the closest hostelry to the stadium, less than 200 yards from the turnstiles.
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