Free shuttle buses for Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s

It has been confirmed today that the free shuttle bus service from Buchanan Street Bus Station in Glasgow city centre and the Partick Interchange, near the West End, will be running once again at the third Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s (3-4 May).

Buses will run at least every 15 minutes from the two destinations and more regularly at peak times.  The first buses will run from 9.45am, plenty of time to be in for the first match v Fiji and Argentina at 10.30am, until 7pm.

A returns service will run between 7pm and 9pm on Saturday 3 and then 7pm to 9.30pm on Sunday 4 May

Scotland 7s head coach, Stephen Gemmell said: “It’s great that Scottish Rugby and their partners Glasgow Life have confirmed the free shuttle bus service once again. 

The buses are brilliant for helping fans get to and from the stadium with ease from prime locations in the city.  All you need to do is show your Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s ticket on the bus and you’ll be taken directly to the stadium.  

“The whole team and I can’t wait to welcome a big crowd to Scotstoun Stadium for the eighth leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series.”

There are still plenty of tickets for all stands available for the weekend, but fans are encouraged to buy quickly before it is too late.  For full ticket information visit

Notes to editors

2014 Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s

Scotland are hosting the penultimate leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series, for a third year, at The Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s at Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 May 2014.

The event, led by Scottish Rugby, is a partnership with Glasgow Life, Glasgow City Council, the Scottish Government and Event Scotland with the assistance of sportscotland and Glasgow City Marketing Bureau:

  • The HSBC Sevens World Series is a globally recognised event featuring 16 international teams, 15 core and one invitational per tournament, from across the globe.
  • Glasgow joins the Gold Coast, Dubai, Port Elizabeth, Wellington, Las Vegas, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and London in hosting the competition between 2012 and 2014.
  • Scotstoun Stadium will host 30,000 fans over two days of competition in the penultimate leg of the circuit.
  • Glasgow is the host city of the Commonwealth Games in 2014 and the HSBC Sevens World Series is a key part in creating a legacy for the games.