Bars & Restaurants
There are limited bars and restaurants around the local area of Ibrox Stadium. Glasgow City Centre offers a huge range of bars and restaurants catering to different catering needs.
Glasgow has a no drinking in public policy. Any person identified by Police drinking in public can be fined £60.
Getting to Ibrox via public transport
The easiest route from Glasgow City Centre is via SPT Subway. All details can be found at https://www.spt.co.uk/
If utilising public transport SPT Subway is wheelchair accessible and if leaving from the city centre, St Enoch Underground has a lift from street level to the platform (this consists of a lift to ticket level than a 2nd to platform level). If alighting at Govan there is lift access to street level.
Parking at Ibrox
On-road parking is at a premium in and around the stadium with matchday parking restrictions enforced by Glasgow Parking attendants. We would strongly advise supporters to check if any restrictions are in place.
Please check Traffic Scotland website prior to travelling for the latest up to date travel information.
Key Stadium Information
Turnstiles will be open 90 minutes prior to the start of the fixture.
Small bags are permitted into the stadium with the understanding that bags are subject to searches. There are no baggage storage facilities available. Umbrellas are not permitted. Power banks are permitted. No prior approval is required for small flags no larger than 3 mts x 2mts, but they will be inspected and should have a fire-retardant certificate attached.
Ibrox Stadium is cashless and card only. Internal kiosks sell refreshments including but not limited to - soft drinks, water, Bovril, tea, coffee, hot dogs, pies.
No alcohol is sold within Ibrox Stadium.
No Smoking or vaping is permitted within Ibrox Stadium.