Murrayfield ticket & travel info

Just a final reminder that tickets for tomorrow’s unique match at Murrayfield on Saturday are ONLY available from the McDiarmid Park Ticket Office – there is no facility to buy tickets at Murrayfield and there are no cash turnstiles at the stadium.

The Ticket Office is open from 9.30am to 5pm today (Friday) and it will also open on Saturday morning from 9am to 11am specifically for the sale of Murrayfield tickets.

For supporters who wish to attend the game but cannot get to McDiarmid Park, we can arrange for our Supporter Liaison Officer Beverley Mayer to meet fans outside the ground to collect pre-purchased tickets. Anyone wishing to take advantage of this should call the Ticket Office on 01738 455000 and purchase their ticket over the phone making it clear they wish to collect their tickets at Murrayfield in this way.

Prices are as follows: Adults £19 Over 65s £14 Students In FTE £14 Under 18s £11 Under 13s £5

There is no on-site parking at Murrayfield and so fans travelling by car will need to find on-street parking but be aware of restrictions.

If you are travelling by train then alight at Haymarket train station. You are then advised to make your way west along Haymarket Terrace, onto West Coates, onto Roseburn Terrace and Corstorphine Road towards the stadium.

Any supporters thinking of approaching by Edinburgh Tram from the west should note that they should use the Balgreen tram stop, not Murrayfield as it is a shorter walk from Balgreen to the north end of Murrayfield where Saints fans are located.

The Murrayfield and Roseburn areas are a 10 minute walk from this tram stop and there are a number of public houses and shops in this area.

St Johnstone supporters will be directed to the North turnstiles (sections 1,3 and 5), next to Murrayfield ice rink, accessible a short walk off Corstorphine Road via Riversdale Crescent.

A policing operation will be in place on the day to assist stewarding staff with searches and spectators are reminded that drunkeness, alcohol, fireworks, flares and weapons are strictly prohibited. Anyone found to be drunk or in possession of these items will be refused entry to the ground and may face further police action.