UEFA Nations League
Scotland v Israel
Tuesday, 20 November, kick-off 7.45pm
Hampden Park, Glasgow

Scotland take on Israel in what will be the team’s final match at Hampden Park for 2018. Heading to the game? Here’s the information you should know prior to travelling to the home of Scottish football.


By train

Regular trains run to Mount Florida (7 minutes walk from Hampden), Kings Park (12 mins) and Crosshill Stations (13 mins) from Glasgow Central.

ScotRail will be adding extra carriages to services to and from Mount Florida, as well as on trains to Perth, Dundee, Alloa and Cumbernauld following the full-time whistle.

Queuing systems will be in place at Glasgow Central prior to kick-off and at Mount Florida after the full-time whistle. Supporters are advised to leave extra time for their journeys, as well as to buy tickets in advance wherever possible.

By bus

First Glasgow operate the following bus services to Hampden Park and surrounding areas from the city centre on a regular basis:

5, 6, 7, 7A, 31, 75, 90

Visit the First Group journey planner to plan your bus journey

By car

Parking around Hampden Park is restricted to permit holders only. The resident parking area extends to approximately one mile around the stadium.

For more travel information, click here


Fans wishing to bring flags to the match should note that only flags of the two competing nations will be permitted into the stadium.



Supporters needing to collect tickets on the day of the game can do so via the ticket collection booths outside the West Stand. Tickets can be collected any time between 2pm and kick-off.

Fans are advised to collect their tickets as early as possible in order to avoid queues, as ticket collection can be extremely busy in the hour leading up to kick-off. You are required to bring either your order confirmation email or a form of photo ID in order to collect your tickets.

Those fortunate enough to be collecting VIP tickets can do so from the VIP ticket collection point, which is located on the left of the main entrance of the William Hill South Stand.


Tickets are still available for this crucial UEFA Nations League encounter, as Scotland look to secure a playoff place for UEFA Euro 2020.

The Scottish FA is once again running it's group ticket offer ahead of this fixture, with supporters who purchase an adult ticket alongside 12 children's tickets receiving an additional adult ticket at no extra cost. For more information, click here.

Supporters can buy tickets at the stadium on the day of the game, with sales cabins located at the corner of the West and William Hill South Stands. Cash and card payments are both accepted.


East and West Stands: £25
North & William Hill South Stands: £30

Juniors (Under-16s)
East and West Stands: £5
North and William Hill South Stands: £10