Scotland v Portugal
Sunday, 14 October 2018, 5pm kick-off
Hampden Park, Glasgow
International Friendly

Below is key information ahead of Scotland’s International Friendly against Portugal on Sunday, 14 October.


By Train

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

Supporters are urged to be aware of current engineering work on the train lines.

Engineering work issues

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


Around Hampden

At the east side of the stadium look out for the stunning Andy Robertson mural painted onto the outside of the stadium.

Walking towards Hampden Park expect to be greeted by pipers at all corners of  the stadium.

If approaching from the east side of the stadium look out for free face painters and freestylers.

There will be photo opportunities located around the stadium.

JD will have two retail units located outside the stadium for any last minute purchases before heading into the stadium. One at the corner of the North and West Stands and one at the corner of the North and East Stands. Look out for the 30% discount on away shirts.

Children 1st, the new charity partner of the Scottish FA will be giving supporters the chance to take a penalty outside the main (south) stand in the build up to the Portugal game from 4pm, to help raise funds for the charity.

Come along and see if you can beat the goalie and support Children 1st’s goal to double the number of families they work with by 2023!

In Hampden

There will be two JD retail units located in the stadium. You will find these at the east end of the North Stand and the east end of the South stand both adjacent to the food kiosks.

Scotland Supporters Club Members can get 10% off food and drink inside the stadium upon production of a valid membership card.

In the East Stand, look out for player cut out photo opportunities for kids, flag giveaways and more.

Make it into your seat before 4.20pm to see Scottish folk rock band Torridon in full swing ahead of kick-off.

Still Game star, Sanjeev Kohli is the guest stadium announcer.

Anthems are scheduled for 4.55pm.



If you need to collect a ticket on the day of the game, the ticket collection booths are located at the West Stand. Tickets can be collected from 12 noon until kick-off.

We recommend collecting your tickets as early as possible as ticket collection can busy in the hour ahead of kick-off. Please bring either your order confirmation email or photo ID.

If you are lucky enough to be picking up from the VIP ticket collection point, this is available on the left of the main entrance at the William Hill South Stand.


Tickets are on sale for this match on the day of the game (subject to availability) from 10am.

Tickets can be bought from the sales cabins located at the corner of the West and William Hill South Stands. Cash and card payments are accepted.


East and West Stands: £30
North & William Hill South Stands: £35
Juniors (Under-16s)
East and West Stands: £5
North and William Hill South Stands: £10