Glasgow venue

FAQ for international events

Here is a list of frequently asked questions and some useful information for spectators attending international events at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre.

 

Getting to the Glasgow National Hockey Centre

What are my transport options for getting to the event?

Car/Motorcycle: Limited parking facilities will be available. However, spectators can park on Ballater St. with no restrictions during the week and weekends. For those travelling from outwith Glasgow, the city can be accessed by the M8, M80, M74 and M77 motorways.

Bus: Ballater St. is serviced by number 65, 164. Nearby London Rd. is serviced by 18, 43, 46, 64 and 263. Please visit FirstBus Glasgow for more information.

Train: Bridgeton Rail Station is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the venue and is serviced by trains to and from Glasgow Central. Please visit National Rail for more information.

WHAT CAN I BRING TO THE VENUE?

Can I bring a buggy into the stadium?

Yes, however there are stairs and no access to a lift. The buggy will need to be checked into reception as it will not be allowed in the stands due to health and safety.

What should I do if I misplace my property?

Ask the event staff on site and they will advise further.

Can I bring a camera?

Yes.

Can I bring a pet?

No.

Can I bring an air horn or flare?

No.

Can I bring a backpack or suitcase?

Small backpacks are permitted, suitcases no. Expect bag searches.

Can I bring food and drink into the stadium?

Food yes. No alcohol or glass bottles allowed. No drinks containers above 330ml. Alcohol, soft drinks and food can be purchased in the venue.

Can I bring my hockey stick to watch the match?

No hockey sticks are allowed in the stand.

I need more information

Where can I contact the organiser with any further questions?

Tel: 0141 550 5999

Email: info@scottish-hockey.org.uk