Don'T Forget - Firhill This Week, Old Anniesland The Next

Glasgow Warriors take on Bourgoin in the Heineken Cup on Sunday (22 January) at Firhill, kicking off at 3pm.But dona?'t forget that the Warriors are on the move for the following game as they take on Neath/Swansea Ospreys in the Celtic League at OLD ANNIESLAND (home of Glasgow High School), Crow Road on Friday 27 January (kick off 7.30pm).For a map to the ground, visit: www.multimap.com and input the postcode G13 1PL or see the directions and public transport information below:FROM THE CITY CENTRE BY CAR:There are two main options for travelling to Old Anniesland from the city centre by car.Option 1:_Take the Clydeside Expressway past the SECC on your left (HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE THAT ON THE NIGHT OF OUR GAME, FRIDAY 27 JAN, LITTLE BRITAIN LIVE IS ON AT THE CLYDE AUDITORIUM (SECC) ALSO STARTING AT 7.30 SO THAT MAY CAUSE TRAFFIC DELAYS ON THE EXPRESSWAY) and carry on until the road splits into two._You should take the outside (right hand) lane signposted for The North, Aberfoyle and Anniesland Cross._This slip road joins up with another main road which you should follow on the inside lane for around a mile or so through several sets of traffic lights and underneath the bright orange Strathclyde Transport bridge for Jordanhill train station._Carry on this road as you pass by Glasgow High School on your left hand side and take the next road on your left signposted for Yoker which will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the area.Option 2: Take Great Western Road heading north and pass the Warriors old ground at Hughenden and Gartnaval hospital on your left._Carry straight on_along Great Western Road until you reach Anniesland Cross where you should be in the second lane in from the left as you are taking the road signposted for Clydebank (using a??clock facea?" terminology, you heading in an a??eleven oa?"clocka?" direction as opposed to an immediate right turn/a?"nine oa?"clock directiona?".)_This road will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the areaFROM THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE CITY & THE SOUTH/WEST BY CAR:Take the Clyde Tunnel to the north side of the Clyde and carry on along the main road out of the tunnel for around a mile or so through several sets of traffic lights and underneath the bright orange Strathclyde Transport bridge for Jordanhill train station._Carry on this road as you pass by Glasgow High School on your left hand side and take the next road on your left signposted for Yoker which will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the area.FROM THE EAST & NORTH BY CAR: From the M8, take either junction 16 (Stow College) signposted for Dumbarton and join Great Western Road then follow instructions for Option 2(above).OrStay on the M8 until the next slip road, signposted for Clyde bank and the SECC and then turn right onto the Clydeside Expressway._Then follow instructions for option 1 (above).FROM THE CITY CENTRE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:Bus routes which go past the ground are: 16/16A, 66, 20/20A.Train stations: Both Anniesland train station and Jordanhill train station are within 10 minutes walking distance to the ground.Pedestrian access: There are two points of access to the ground: one from Crow Road (at the main Glasgow High School entrance, and the other from Anniesland Road along the driveway at the side of the playing fields.Glasgow Warriors take on Bourgoin in the Heineken Cup on Sunday (22 January) at Firhill, kicking off at 3pm.But dona?'t forget that the Warriors are on the move for the following game as they take on Neath/Swansea Ospreys in the Celtic League at OLD ANNIESLAND (home of Glasgow High School), Crow Road on Friday 27 January (kick off 7.30pm).For a map to the ground, visit: www.multimap.com and input the postcode G13 1PL or see the directions and public transport information below:FROM THE CITY CENTRE BY CAR:There are two main options for travelling to Old Anniesland from the city centre by car.Option 1:_Take the Clydeside Expressway past the SECC on your left (HOWEVER, PLEASE NOTE THAT ON THE NIGHT OF OUR GAME, FRIDAY 27 JAN, LITTLE BRITAIN LIVE IS ON AT THE CLYDE AUDITORIUM (SECC) ALSO STARTING AT 7.30 SO THAT MAY CAUSE TRAFFIC DELAYS ON THE EXPRESSWAY) and carry on until the road splits into two._You should take the outside (right hand) lane signposted for The North, Aberfoyle and Anniesland Cross._This slip road joins up with another main road which you should follow on the inside lane for around a mile or so through several sets of traffic lights and underneath the bright orange Strathclyde Transport bridge for Jordanhill train station._Carry on this road as you pass by Glasgow High School on your left hand side and take the next road on your left signposted for Yoker which will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the area.Option 2: Take Great Western Road heading north and pass the Warriors old ground at Hughenden and Gartnaval hospital on your left._Carry straight on_along Great Western Road until you reach Anniesland Cross where you should be in the second lane in from the left as you are taking the road signposted for Clydebank (using a??clock facea?" terminology, you heading in an a??eleven oa?"clocka?" direction as opposed to an immediate right turn/a?"nine oa?"clock directiona?".)_This road will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the areaFROM THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE CITY & THE SOUTH/WEST BY CAR:Take the Clyde Tunnel to the north side of the Clyde and carry on along the main road out of the tunnel for around a mile or so through several sets of traffic lights and underneath the bright orange Strathclyde Transport bridge for Jordanhill train station._Carry on this road as you pass by Glasgow High School on your left hand side and take the next road on your left signposted for Yoker which will take you past the school playing fields at Old Anniesland._The entrance to the ground is the first on your left but as access to the ground and parking is exceptionally limited, you are encouraged to find on street parking in the area.FROM THE EAST & NORTH BY CAR: From the M8, take either junction 16 (Stow College) signposted for Dumbarton and join Great Western Road then follow instructions for Option 2(above).OrStay on the M8 until the next slip road, signposted for Clyde bank and the SECC and then turn right onto the Clydeside Expressway._Then follow instructions for option 1 (above).FROM THE CITY CENTRE BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT:Bus routes which go past the ground are: 16/16A, 66, 20/20A.Train stations: Both Anniesland train station and Jordanhill train station are within 10 minutes walking distance to the ground.Pedestrian access: There are two points of access to the ground: one from Crow Road (at the main Glasgow High School entrance, and the other from Anniesland Road along the driveway at the side of the playing fields.