Guinness PRO14 Final

Saturday 25 May 2019 - 6:30 PM
Celtic Park

Guinness PRO14 Final

Saturday 25 May, Celtic Park, Glasgow (kick-off 6.30pm)

Glasgow Warriors play Leinster in the GUINNESS PRO14 Final this Saturday 25 May at Celtic Park in Glasgow (kick-off 6.30pm), the first time the championship final has been in Scotland since 2016. Last year’s final in Dublin set a new record attendance for the third consecutive year, and after the weekend’s fantastic semi-finals, Saturday’s historic final (being held outside of a traditional rugby venue for the very first time) will played in front of another huge crowd.


Premium: Adult £85
Category 1: Adult £65
Category 2: Adult £55
Category 3: Adult £45, Under 18 £20
Category 4: Adult £30, Under 18 £15

Rail Standing: £30 please note this is a reserved standing space
Family Section: Adult £40, U18 £20
£10 Offer: £10 please note this is a restricted view ticket with the promotional price of £10. These are located in the back of sections 401-410



Celtic Park’s hospitality facilities are of an excellent standard and a range of hospitality options are available HERE.

GUINNESS PRO14 Final 2019

Bag Policy

To maximise security and ensure efficient and speedy entry into the stadium we advise spectators not to bring bags to the final. Any bags larger than A5 size (width 21cm, height 15cm, depth 8cm) WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. The only exceptions to this rule will be spectators who require larger bags for childcare or medical purposes or tagged merchandise bags that are clear (transparent) and which have been obtained from official merchandise outlets.

Event information
  • Travel using the Park and Ride: BT Murrayfield to Celtic Park

    BT Murrayfield - Park and Ride SOLD OUT

    Pick Up location: BT Murrayfield, Access via Main Entrance, parking in West Car Park, buses depart via Saughtonhall Car Park
    Departure time to Celtic Park: Buses will depart at 16:00
    Arrival Time at Celtic Park: Buses will arrive at the drop off point at Emirates Arena at c. 5.15pm. This is a short walk to Celtic Park and is wheelchair friendly
    Return Time to BT Murrayfield: The last bus will depart Emirates Area at 21:30
    Arrival Time at BT Murrayfield: Various depending on departure time

    Youth Groups and Schools Tickets: Bring your club or school groups to see their favourite stars in action with the Pro14 Youth Group offer! To thank and reward adult organisers for their time and effort, the first two tickets for adult chaperones are FREE! (min group size of 10). Specially discounted adult tickets are also available with this. Click here for more information.

    Wheelchair/Accessible Seating
    If you wish to purchase a wheelchair or accessible seat please call 0131 346 5160 (Mon to Fri, 10am to 4pm)

  • Ticketing Information

    Where can I buy match tickets?

    Tickets can be purchased online here or over the phone by calling 0131 346 5160.

    If booking online, select the print at home option and your tickets will be e-mailed directly to you.


    WHEELCHAIR/ACCESSIBLE: 00 44 131 346 5160 (Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm)

    Further Ticketing Information can be found at:

    Where do I collect my tickets?
    Tickets can be collected from the BT Murrayfield Ticket Office up until 21 May. Tickets will then be held for collection from the 22-25 May at the Celtic Ticket Office.

    Match Week Ticket Office Collection Opening Times:

    BT Murrayfield Ticket Office - 20th - 21st May: 10:00-17:00

    Celtic Ticket Office - 22nd- 24th May: 09:30-17:00

    Please note, Ticket Office will be open until 19:00 on Friday 24th May.

    Match Day Opening Times:

    Celtic Ticket Office - 25th May: 13:00 until Half Time.

    To avoid Match day queues, we strongly recommend that you collect your tickets no later than two hours before kick-off. All tickets must be collected by the card holder with the card used to make the booking.

    Will tickets be on sale on the day?
    Tickets will be available to purchase from the Ticket Office on the day. However availability may be limited so we recommend purchasing online now to secure the best seat possible.

    I selected the print at home option, and I haven’t received my tickets?
    If you have selected the print at home option and you haven’t received your e-tickets yet, please log on to your online account and resend the booking confirmation and the e-tickets should follow. Click on ‘My Account’, ‘Account History’ and then click on the booking and select resend. If that doesn’t work, you can change the e-mail address and try sending it to a different account. If you still haven’t received the tickets, please e-mail [email protected].

    I’ve lost my tickets/my tickets haven’t arrived, can you reprint them?
    If you have lost your tickets, or if you have not received your tickets by 2 working days before the match, please contact us by email on [email protected]or by replying to your confirmation email. This email should include your full details, the section and seat numbers booked and the reason you are not in possession of the tickets. If your tickets have been posted to an old address, please try to make contact to retrieve the tickets before contacting us. Please note you may be charged for reprinting your tickets.

    What do I do if I can no longer use my ticket?
    Unfortunately, as per the terms and conditions agreed to at the time of purchase, match tickets are non-refundable. However, tickets are transferable so they can be passed to friends and family for use.

    I need to upgrade an Under 18 ticket to a full adult ticket. What should I do?
    Please email [email protected] or contact the Ticket Services team on 0131 346 5160 with your ticket details and the staff will be able to help you. Whilst upgrades can be processed on match-days, we encourage supporters to do this in advance to avoid delays.

    I don’t have a ticket; can I get one outside the stadium on the day?
    Official tickets will be available to purchase from the Celtic Ticket Office on match day from 13.00. We are expecting ticket sales to be very busy so to avoid delays on match day, we advise you to buy online and select the print at home option and your tickets will be e-mailed directly to you.

    My mobility has been affected since I bought my ticket. What if I’m physically unable to get to my seat?
    Please Note: No match day assistance will be provided within the stadium. If there is any change in your circumstances, please contact the Ticket Centre ([email protected]) in advance of the match.

    What do I do if I find someone sitting in my seat with the same ticket, or if there’s a problem with my seat?
    Contact your nearest steward; they are there to help you.

  • Travelling from Ireland and Nothern Ireland

    Supporters travelling from Ireland and Northern Ireland have a wide array of travel options available to ensure they get to Glasgow for May 25.

    Dublin, Belfast and Cork all offer direct air routes to Glasgow and Edinburgh while Knock airport also has a direct route to Edinburgh operating all year around.

    Irish fans can also choose to fly to Newcastle in the north of England, where train and coach options are available.

    Regular ferry travel is also on offer in Belfast and Larne (to Cairnryan), as well as Dublin (to Holyhead) for supporters wishing to take the car or hire a coach.

    Onward bus and rail options are also available.

    By Air

    Flights to Glasgow

    Flights to Edinburgh

    Flights to Newcastle (North East England)

    Train from Newcastle to Glasgow

    Take Metro from Newcastle Airport to Central Station. The journey to Newcastle city centre takes around 25 minutes. There are trains every 12 minutes from approximately 5.44am (Sundays 6.27am) to 11.58pm.

    Virgin Trains run the East Coast Mainline to Glasgow, journey times vary between 2hrs 30 to 2hrs 56 mins. Trains run between 06:30 and 19:42.

    Visit /

    Coach from Newcastle to Glasgow

    • National Express (4 hours) from 05:25 from St James’ Boulevard (10 min walk from Central Station). Visit
    • Megabus (4 hours) from 04:20 from John Dobson Street (5 min walk from Haymarket Metro station). Visit

    By Ferry

    Choosing to take the ferry from Holyhead will involve either choosing rail from the Welsh port or driving.

    From Dublin Port

    • Irish Ferries to Holyhead: 6 sailings daily (2hr 15min)
    • Stenaline to Holyhead: 4 sailings daily (3hr 21min)

    Travel from Holyhead

    From Belfast Ferry Port & Larne

    Choose one of the regular sailings from the major ports of Belfast and Larne and you’ll arrive in Cairnryan in Dumfries & Galloway, around 80 miles south of Glasgow. The port enjoys good road, rail and bus links with Glasgow.

    • Belfast: Stenaline to Cairnryan: 5 sailings daily (2hr 22min)
    • Larne: P&O Ferries: 4 sailings daily (2hrs)

    Travel from Cairnryan

    • By rail: Onward bus connections available to and from Ayr Railway station for passengers on selected sailing who have pre-booked a Rail & Sail ticket to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other rail destinations in Britain. Further info:
    • By coach: Onward coach connections available on selected sailings to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other destinations for passengers who have pre-booked an Express coach ticket. Further info:
    • By car travel time to Glasgow is two hours
  • Travelling from Wales and England

    By Train

    Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are served by frequent direct train services from London, which are easily reached from other towns and cities,

    Selected UK operators depart from London King’s Cross and run up the east coast via Peterborough, York and Newcastle to Edinburgh, with some trains continuing on to Glasgow, Aberdeen or Inverness, while there are also routes that run up the west coast from London Euston via Crewe, Preston and Carlisle to Glasgow.

    Glasgow and Edinburgh-bound services also originate from the likes of Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bournemouth and Brighton.

    For those looking for a more leisurely journey north of the border, overnight sleeper services are available from London Euston, heading to a range of Scottish cities.

    By Car

    The two main driving routes to Scotland from the south are via the east of England on the A1, or via the west using the M6, A74 (M) and M74.

    The A1, which passes by Peterborough, Doncaster, Newcastle and Berwick-upon-Tweed, gives you the option of branching off onto the A68, which takes the hilly but scenic route over the border at Carter Bar.

    The M6 route, which goes around Birmingham, between Manchester and Liverpool and on to Carlisle, offers dual-carriageway driving the whole way.

    Coach services to Scotland run routes to Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and Perth.

    By Bus/Coach and Megabus both run out of London Victoria Coach station to Buchan Bus Station, Glasgow up to eight times a day. Trips on average take anywhere from 8-11 hours total travel time.

    Cardiff has two daily services to Glasgow Buchan Bus Station, trips taking 10-11 hours total travel time.

    Birmingham Megabus run out of Birmingham Hill Street generally twice daily, whilst run numerous different journeys from various different locations such as Birmingham Coach Station, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham Five Ways and Birmingham Great Barr. Journeys should take anywhere from 7-11 hours total travel time.

    Manchester Centre Shudehill sees Megabus run on average six daily services, whilst depart from Manchester Coach Station or Manchester Airport a couple of times daily. Journeys should take anywhere from 4-7 hours total travel time.

    By Plane

    One can fly direct to Glasgow from Cardiff through multiple airlines e.g

  • Travelling from Italy and South Africa

    From Italy

    By Plane

    Ryanair from Rome fly direct to Edinburgh, just over a three-hour flight.

    easyJet fly direct from Venice to Glasgow and Milan to Edinburgh, again around the three-hour flight time.

    From South Africa

    By Plane

    One stop routes available from Cape Town and Johannesburg to Glasgow or Edinburgh.

  • Getting to Celtic Park

    It is imperative you allow plenty of extra time for your journey to the game. There are plenty of activities to enjoy at Celtic Park Stadium before the match, with lots of food and drink options available.

    Shuttle buses from BT Murrayfield to the Emirate Arena

    BT Murrayfield will operate as a park’n’ride location for the day, with buses departing the stadium at 4pm and arriving at Celtic Park at approximately 5.15pm, in plenty time for supporters to head to the Fan Zone and enjoy some food, drink and live music before the match kicks off at 6.30pm. After the game, you’ll have an opportunity to enjoy the atmosphere and have something to eat and drink before heading back to BT Murrayfield – the last bus leaves at 9.30pm.

    Tickets for the BT Murrayfield Park'n'Ride and Shuttle Bus Service are available now on a first-come, first-served basis for only £15 Return. BOOK YOUR SEATS NOW!

    Bus from Edinburgh airport to Glasgow city centre

    Citylink Air (Glasgow) (Stop C) - This service to Glasgow provides regular links to Glasgow city centre where there is an opportunity to connect to local Glasgow services.

    • Frequency: Seven days a week every 30 minutes at peak times.
    • Journey time: 60 minutes
    • Fare: £12.00 single, £20.00 return
    • Family Ticket: £25 single, £40 return (up to 2 Adults and 3 Kids) * The Family Ticket can only be purchased from the driver on board the coach.

    Journeys departing/arriving between midnight and 0500 operate as service 900.

    Tickets can either be bought online via, from the driver or at the Visit Scotland desk by UK Arrivals at Edinburgh Airport. See for timetable information.


    Buses from Glasgow City Centre

    From Glasgow City Centre, the Nos. 2, 61, 64, 255 and 240 buses go to Tollcross Road and you would get off at the Parkhead Forge Shopping Centre and walk down to Celtic Park. For further information on planning your journey, please visit First Bus:

    Trains from Queen Street Station

    Trains from Queen Street to Bellgrove take you to within 20 minutes walk of the ground. For more information on planning your journey, please visit Scotrail:

    Trains from Glasgow City Centre

    Trains from Glasgow Central or Argyle Street to Dalmarnock take you to within 15 minutes walk of the ground. For more information on planning your journey, please visit Scotrail:

    By Car

    Motorway exit from North/South

    Visitors coming from the north or south by motorway can follow the M74 or M73 and the M74 (East) take the A74 exit toward Tollcross/Rutherglen. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Fullarton Rd/London Rd/A74, and proceed for another mile or so along London Road to the ground on your right.

    Motorway exit from East/West

    Visitors from the East or West can exit at M8 junctions 12, 13, and 14.

    Road Closures & Restrictions

    There is no parking for spectators at Celtic Park and traffic restrictions may be implemented on nearby streets on matchday.

  • Accommodation

    Official Hotel & Ticket Packages

    Wherever you’re travelling from, all these great travel options combined with the official one and two night hotel & ticket packages available from Gullivers Sports Travel will guarantee you the Guinness PRO14 Final weekend on Glasgow! Book your place now:


  • Matchday | Turnstiles and Turnstiles Timings

    Where are the turnstiles?

    Turnstiles are situated around each side of the ground, your ticket will indicate which turnstile you should come through.

    When do the turnstiles open?

    Jock Stein Fan Zone: 2.00pm (Accessed via Celtic Way, match ticket must be shown)

    VIP Hospitality Turnstiles: 3.30pm

    Hospitality Turnstiles: 4.30pm

    General Turnstiles: 4.30pm

    Large crowds are expected, and we recommend that supporters in possession of their tickets arrive at the turnstiles no later than 30 minutes before kick-off to ensure they reach their seats on time.

    How quickly will I be able to leave after the game?

    Turnstiles will be open for spectators to leave throughout the match should you be required to leave. Please note that you will not be able to re-enter.

  • What can I bring to the Final?

    Bag Policy

    Final 2019 Bag Policy:

    To maximise security and ensure efficient and speedy entry into the stadium we advise spectators not to bring bags to the final. Any bags larger than A5 size (width 21cm, height 15cm, depth 8cm) WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. The only exceptions to this rule will be spectators who require larger bags for childcare or medical purposes or tagged merchandise bags that are clear (transparent) and which have been obtained from official merchandise outlets.

    There will be designated (and clearly marked) turnstiles at each of the stands for medical or childcare bags. At the designated turnstiles, bags will be thoroughly searched and tagged before being allowed inside.

    This policy, whilst possibly causing a little inconvenience to spectators is nevertheless needed to make sure that everyone in the stadium is safe and secure.

    Merchandise Purchased

    Any Merchandise purchased on the day will be put into a bag and tagged. This will be allowed into the stadium but will be subject to a bag search by security before entering.

    Flask of tea or coffee or any other liquids

    Flasks are not permitted. Bags will be searched on entering the stadium; the contents of any flasks will be tipped out and the containers will have to be left outside the stadium.

    No sealed plastic bottles of water or soft drinks of any size including 500mls, or cans of soft drinks will be permitted into the stadium.

    Air horns

    Mechanised air horns (blow-through or wind-up) are not allowed inside the stadium. Pressurised containers are not permitted.


    Small amateur cameras are permitted, but large professional cameras are not. By small, we mean pocket-size digital cameras or SLR cameras with zoom lenses no more powerful than 300mm. Tripods are not permitted.


    Yes! The more team flags brought to the stadium the better – just make sure the sticks are no more that 1m tall and there’s no ‘pointy bit’ on the end!

  • What is available at the stadium?

    GUINNESS PRO14 Fan Zone

    Join in the pre-match build-up and carry on the post-match fun in our Guinness PRO14 Final Fan Zone. We are encouraging fans to make their way to our official Guinness PRO14 Fan Zone, open from 14.00. There will be food and drinks as well as live music and entertainment including players from both teams in a Q&A session! This area will be open again after the game, so why not stop by and come celebrate the Final and take in the post-match atmosphere!

    Stadium Catering

    We have a wide range of food available in ad around the stadium. Look out for an array of concession stands available around the stadium grounds, in the Fan Zone and within the concourse!


    Bars can be found in all areas of the stadium, pouring GUINNESS®, Hop House 13 premium lager, Citra IPA and much more.

    Alongside the GUINNESS® portfolio we have a range of wine, and a selection of soft drinks and water. A range of pre-mixed spirits is also available.

    Also, be sure to stop by the GUINNESS PRO14 Fan Zone with bars and enjoy the pre-match entertainment which is sure to set the tone for the big game ahead.

    Payment within the Stadium

    Our bars and catering kiosks accept cash throughout the stadium,

    Card Payment - Card payments will be available in the North, West and East Stands. Please note that card payment is not available in the South Stand.

    Baby changing facilities

    There are changing facilities located in the Upper and Lower East, Lower North and the Upper West. Please contact your nearest steward who will be able to direct you to your nearest one.

    PRO14 Volunteers

    Our knowledgeable Volunteers will be on hand at Glasgow Central Station and Queen Street Station as well as surrounding Celtic Park for any questions you may have. Volunteers will be at Celtic Park and within the stadium concourse to help direct you and assist with any questions you may have!

    Feel unwell?

    We have a full medical team on duty for your safety and wellbeing, including First Aid, paramedics and doctors. If you feel unwell, please contact your nearest steward, who will direct you to further help. The First Aid room is located by Gate 2 in the South Stand of Celtic Park

    Match programme

    A souvenir commemorative programme will be available from sellers located around the stadium, priced £10.


    The Celtic Store, situated to the left of Celtic Way, will be open from 10.00am until an hour after final whistle. Here you can find a variety of merchandise including Guinness PRO14 items and Celtic Football Club merchandise. Any Merchandise Purchased on match day will be bagged and tagged. This will be subject to Security searches.

    Stadium etiquette

    The Guinness PRO14 and Celtic Park wants everyone who comes to Celtic Park to have a great match day experience. Supporters are encouraged to be mindful of others while enjoying all that is on offer. The Guinness PRO14 does not encourage nor tolerate ‘booing’ of the opposition at any point during the game and asks all fans to refrain from engaging in this activity.

    The stadium is situated in a residential area and we ask you to please be mindful and respectful of local residents and their property when entering and leaving the ground. Please do not take any drinks with you when you leave, and please dispose of your rubbish in the bins provided.

Newsletter Sign-up

Sign-up for our newsletter today to receive the latest updates, content and releases from Scottish Rugby.


Principal Partners

Peter Vardy logo