Ticket Office & Turnstiles
The Ticket Centre opens for sales and collections from 9am both days, with turnstiles opening from 9.30am. Tickets will be available to buy on the day (both days, subject to availability), but book in advance and save money – tickets are on general sale now from only £20 for adults and £10 for concessions.
Scotland will have three pool round matches on Saturday 3 May. The times and opponents will be confirmed after the Hong Kong 7s (28-30 March 2014).
Sunday’s fixtures times will be determined by Saturday’s results with teams playing their first knock-out fixtures in either the Cup or the Bowl – check www.glasgow7s.com for up to date details.
There will be two dedicated autograph points at the stadium – one by the main stand reception and the other by the leisure centre entrance.
Baby Changing Facilities
Baby change facilities are available in the Scotstoun Leisure Centre – ask a steward at the main leisure centre entrance for access, or ask one of the Blue Crew who will be happy to help!
Bringing The Family
Babies under two do not require a separate match ticket, but all children aged between 2 and 17 years of age qualify for an under-18 concession price. You are permitted to bring in baby food, snack foods for the family, including sealed soft drinks under 500ml, but large picnics and alcoholic drinks will not be allowed into the stadium. The Family Zone (see below for more details) will have plenty to keep the little ones occupied between matches.
An ATM will be on site at Scotstoun in the main catering area behind the main stand.
Scotstoun Stadium is in a residential area – please do not disturb our neighbours. Please take all rubbish home with you or dispose of it in the bins provided. You will not be permitted to take drinks or glasses out of the stadium with you when you leave.
We have a full medical team on duty for your safety and wellbeing, including first aid, paramedics and doctors. Please contact your nearest steward, in the first instance.
Food and Drink
A selection of food, hot and cold drinks and alcohol will be on sale throughout the stadium and behind the main stand. Alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and water will be available. Water stations will be located throughout the stadium.
A variety of hot and cold food, including healthier choices, will be available from the various catering outlets around the stadium. Further details will be confirmed shortly.
Need a hand? There’s a dedicated help and information point behind the main stand, open all day on both days.
A hit with fans of all ages in 2013, our Family Zone will have a range of fun things to do and try, including the Emirates Tryline Tussle, Glasgow Warriors skills inflatables, face painting, circus performers and live bands. Find it in the centre of the campus – right next to the adventure playground.
Festival of Rugby
Teams from across Scotland have been qualifying to take part on our Festival of Rugby this year, with competitions including Under-18 Boys, S2 Boys, S1 Boys, Under 18 Girls & Under 15 Girls. Teams will compete over the two days on the 3G training pitch with some finals played in the main Scotstoun pitch in between the international matches. Contact your local Regional Development Manager to find out about qualification in your area.
If you mislay property in the stadium, please contact your nearest steward immediately or proceed to the stadium reception area. If you discover the loss after the event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please remember that stewards are here to help you and should you have any issues during the weekend, contact your nearest steward in the first instance.
Two Scottish Rugby Store sales units will be open around the campus. You’ll also be able to buy your own fancy dress outfits if you don’t come prepared and want to get into the party spirit!
Want to request a song? Get a birthday shout-out? Tell us that you and your ten mates will all be dressed as clowns in the Party Stand? We want to hear from YOU! Follow us on Twitter @Glasgow7s or use #glasgow7s followed by your message and then listen out for the shout!
Pass In / Pass Out
This facility will be available at each entrance and the Festival of Rugby gate by hand stamp. Keep your ticket stub – you’ll need it to pass in / pass out.
Scotstoun Stadium is in a residential area and parking on the nearby streets is for residents only – don’t risk a ticket, use public transport – options include free shuttle buses from Glasgow Queen Street station, Scotstounhill subway station or a Park and Walk service (advance bookings only). Visit www.glasgow7s.com for full details.
Seating is reserved in the North and Mains stands. The Festival and Party stands are unreserved and ticket holders for these stands are free to sit anywhere. If you want to switch between the Family and Party stands, visit the ticket swap desk next to the Help & Information Point, behind the main stand.
Free shuttle buses will be operating all weekend long, departing from Glasgow Queen Street Station and Partick Interchange at least every 15 minutes – more frequently during busy times. You don’t need a separate ticket – just hop on and see you at Scotstoun! Free shuttle buses will also take supporters back into Glasgow city centre at the end of both days – on a first-come, first-served basis.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere within the Scotstoun Stadium campus.