The Bairns travel to Broadwood this Saturday to take on Clyde FC in League One.

With a large number of Falkirk fans expected to make the trip please read the information below and arrive in plenty of time to allow for both parking and stadium entry.


Falkirk fans will be located in the Away (West) Stand, opposite the Main Stand at Broadwood. 

Entry is via turnstiles M,N,O,P,Q, R, S and T which will be open from 2pm. It is pay at the gate with only a cash facility available for payment.

Supporters who purchased a ticket in last week’s online sale should enter via Turnstile Q.

Unallocated seating is in operation.

Prices are as follows:

Adults: £15.00

Concessions: £10.00

Under 18’s: £5.00

Under 12’s: £1.00


Roads in and around Broadwood Stadium are expected to be busy on Saturday. 

Access to the Main Stand Car Park will be restricted to those with passes and those with disabled parking badges only.

Falkirk fans (cars & buses) should use the Away Support Car Park at Broadwood. To reach this please follow the ‘away support’ signage on approach.

Overspill parking is at St Maurice’s High School Car Park which is a five minute walk away. 

A full guide on how to get to Broadwood Stadium, including a walking route from Croy Train Station can be found HERE.


The Clyde View matchday programme will be on sale, priced at £3.

Team sheets: Available from the Club Shop approximately 30 minutes before kick-off and charged at 20p per copy.


Elliots: Bus leaves the pub at 2:00pm on Saturday, limited seats remaining.

Falkirk Supporters Association:

Grangemouth 13:15hrs

Buzz Bingo–13:30hrs

Colonial Bar–13:40hrs


Behind The Wall: Bus leaves from Behind The Wall at 1:45pm on Saturday, contact to book.

Cheerz Bar FSC: Bus leaves at 1:00pm on Saturday. Contact Cheerz Bar FSC on Facebook to book.

Thank you for your continued support. Please arrive in plenty of time on Saturday afternoon to try and limit queues for both parking and entry.

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