This Saturday The Bairns travel to Hampden to face Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup. Our matchday guide covers all the need to know information ahead of the game.


Over 8,500 Bairns will be there to back us at Hampden! Thank you for your incredible support.

Tickets are still available to purchase from the Club Shop. Those still to collect tickets must do so by 3pm this afternoon.

Ticket prices are as follows:

  • South Stand Lower Section P                Adults £38        Over 65 / Under-16 £18
  • North Stand Section C                           Adults £38        Over 65 / Under-16 £18
  • West Stand Section B                            Adults £28        Over 65 / Under-16 £13
  • North Stand Wheelchair Users               Adults £20        Over 65 / Under-16 £10
  • South Stand Wheelchair Users              Adults £15        Over 65 / Under-16 £8


Persons attending events at Hampden Park should be aware that the area immediately surrounding the stadium is mainly residential and the availability of on-street parking is extremely limited due to event specific parking restrictions.

On event days we would advise persons attending Hampden Park where possible to use public transport to get to and from the stadium, if not travelling by organised coach/bus.

Parking Wardens will be on duty patrolling the restricted areas.


Detail with regard to getting to and from the stadium can be found on the following websites:

Traveline Scotland:

This is an excellent source of information regarding all forms of public transport to and from the stadium and provides up to date, live time information. The Journey Planner can be found at

Hampden Park:

Please make sure you arrive in plenty time ahead of kick-off as there may be queues.

The use of pyrotechnics is strongly prohibited and there will be a thorough search regime in place.

The Scottish FA will not tolerate Unacceptable Conduct at a match at Scotland’s National Stadium, Hampden Park or at away stadia hosting matches of the Scottish FA.

The Scottish FA may seek to impose sanctions upon those individuals who commit Unacceptable Conduct. Unacceptable Conduct takes place where a person present at or in the immediate environs of a match engages in Violent Conduct and/or Disorderly Conduct. A person will also commit Unacceptable Conduct if at or in the immediate environs of a match, they assist another or others engaged in Violent Conduct and/or Disorderly Conduct.

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