From GLASGOW (A9)
On approach to Perth, first left at Broxden roundabout signed for Inverness (A9).
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circle and head back up the ring road and take the first exit (signed for Perth). At the
mini roundabout turn left. The stadium entrance is first left.
From EDINBURGH (M90)
On approach to Perth take the Perth/Stirling/Glasgow slip road and then the Stirling/Glasgow/Inverness slip road immediately thereafter. Continue on the road until the Broxden roundabout where you should take the second exit signed for Inverness. Continue on the ring road until the Inveralmond Roundabout, turn a full circle and head back up the ring road and take the first exit signed for Perth. At the mini roundabout turn left. The stadium entrance is first left.
From DUNDEE/ABERDEEN (A90/M90)
On approach to Perth take the Stirling/Glasgow/Crianlarich/Inverness slip road (Jct 10) which links up with the M90. Take second exit at Broxden roundabout (signed for Inverness A9). Continue on the ring road until the Inveralmond Roundabout, turn a full circle and head back up the ring road and take the first exit signed for Perth. At the mini roundabout turn left. The stadium entrance is first left.
On approach to Perth at Inveralmond roundabout take second turn off to Glasgow/
Edinburgh. Follow road for approx 1 mile then take slip road to Perth. At the mini Roundabout turn left. McDiarmid Park is on your left hand side.
Note: When travelling via the Broxden Roundabout, although there is access to the stadium via the A85 signed for Crieff, on matchdays the Police require cars going to the stadium via the ring road NOT to exit onto the A85 but to continue on the ring road until the Inveralmond Roundabout, turn a full circle and head back up the ring road and take the first exit signed for Perth. At the mini roundabout turn left. The stadium entrance is first left.
The train station in Perth is some distance from the stadium - the best part of a 45 minute walk (uphill!). A taxi drive will take ten minutes and cost around £10. A short walk from the train or bus stations will take you to the city centre where there is a major bus interchange in Mill Street. The number 1 and Number 2 buses both depart from here and either will take you to a stop right outside the stadium - the number 2 is the slightly shorter route.
Road: Follow the A90 towards the city and turn off at the signposts for Aberdeen Harbour. The route thereafter is clearly signposted for football coaches. These will take you to the official bus park at the Golf Road stadium car park. Alternatively, take the second exit at the first roundabout on the A90 and then turn right at the next roundabout onto Holburn Street. Continue along Holburn Street to the very end and turn right onto Union Street. Continue to the end of Union Street and follow the road left onto King Street. Continue for about half a mile then turn right onto Pittodrie Street. The stadium is located on the right hand side. There is car parking available on the beach promenade.
Public Transport: On exiting the train station onto Guild Street, cross to the entrance to the Trinity Centre. Continue straight through the centre onto Union Street. It is possible to walk to Pittodrie from here by turning right and heading up towards King Street. Continue along King Street until you see Pittodrie Street on the right. By this point Pittodrie is easily visible. There are buses from Union Street that take you to Pittodrie. A number 11 will drop you off on Golf Road with Pittodrie on the left. A number 1, 2 and 15 will drop you off on King Street. The best stop is the one after King Street Bus Depot, then make your way down Pittodrie Street on the right.
Sat Nav Code: AB24 5QH
Road: If you are coming from Perth then you head for the M80 then onto the A80 towards Glasgow and then join the M73 South. At the end of the M73 join the M74 northbound. Stay on the M74 until its end and then continue into Glasgow on the A74. You will come to the ground after about a mile and a half on your right. There is plenty of street parking to be had, especially in the side streets off the London Road going down towards the A74.
Public Transport: Both Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street railway stations are around about a 30 minute walk away from the ground. However, it is possible to get a local service train from Glasgow Central to Dalmarnock station, which is about a 10 minute walk away from the ground. As you leave Dalmarnock station entrance, turn right and proceed to the end of the road. Turn left into Dalmarnock Road and proceed up to the traffic lights as the junction with Mill Street. Turn right at those lights into Mill Street and proceed all the way along Mill Street until you reach the traffic lights at London Road (at the junction with the Police Station). From there, you turn right and Celtic Park is about 250 yards up the road on the left hand side.
Sat Nav Code: G40 3RE
Road: Follow the A90 through Dundee. Leave the A90 at the junction with the B960 (Signposted ‘Football Traffic/Dundee’), and turn right onto Clepington Road (B960). Continue along Clepington Road for one mile where you will reach a roundabout. Go straight across the roundabout and after a short distance you should be able to see some of the floodlights over beyond the houses on your right. Take the second right into Arklay Street. Street parking is only available.
Public Transport: Dundee train station is over two miles away from the ground and is therefore quite a walk, about 25 to 30 minutes. Therefore you are best to get a bus as there is frequent services available from Albert Square.
Sat Nav Code: DD3 7JW
Heart of Midlothian
Road: Tynecastle is located close to the west end of Edinburgh. You can get to Tynecastle by taking the A8 Corstorphine Road and travel along it until you reach the Haymarket junction. Take the right-hand lane in the one-way system (West Maitland Street, Torphichen Place and Morrison Street) before turning left along Dalry Road until you join Gorgie Road. Travel along Gorgie Road until you pass under the railway bridge. McLeod Street is immediately on your right with the Tynecastle Arms on the corner. Proceed along McLeod Street until you join Russell Road. Coaches are parked here or on the overflow areas in Roseburn Street. For car parking there is no special parking arrangements and traffic wardens strictly control street parking in the immediate vicinity of the stadium. To the north of the stadium, there is some on-street parking available north of Murrayfield stadium and Corstorphine Road. To the south parking is available south of Gorgie Road and Shandon area. Please note that Russell Road is not suitable for double-decker buses.
Public Transport: As most Saints fans are travelling from the north then your best option would be to disembark from the train at Haymarket Station (the last stop before Waverley) and proceed along Dalry Road and Gorgie Road. Buses from Haymarket/Dalry to Tynecastle are ‘Lothian’ numbers 1, 2, 3, 21, 25, 33 and ‘First’ numbers are 25, 27, 28 and 427.
Sat Nav Code: EH11 2NL
Road: At the end of the M8, follow signs for the City Centre. Upon reaching the City Centre follow signs for Leith (A900). Continue towards Leith on the A900 and at the junction with the B1350, turn right onto London Road (B1350). It is then the fourth left at the crossroads, onto Easter Road and then the fourth right into Albion Road for the ground. There is only limited street parking around the stadium so please arrive in plenty of time to locate a parking place and walk back to the stadium.
Public Transport: Edinburgh Waverley is the nearest station to Easter Road. On leaving the station from the top of the Waverley Step, turn right and cross the road at the lights, head down Leith Street. Just after the Edinburgh Playhouse Theatre, turn right into London Road. At the crossroads, turn Left into Easter Road, you will see the stadium on your right.
Sat Nav Code: EH7 5QG
Inverness Caledonian Thistle
Road: The longest but simplest trip of the season. From the Inveralmond roundabout at the north end of Perth take the A9 north for 111 miles. On approach to Inverness do not leave the dual carriageway until the roundabout just south of the Kessock Bridge at which points take the third exit - the stadium is clearly visible on the right with a good level of on-site parking available.
Public Transport: Inverness railway station is a 10-15 minute walk from the stadium and there is a reasonably frequest direct service from Perth. Citylink and Stagecoach also run frequest direct services to the Highland Capital.
Sat Nav Code: IV1 IFF
Road: From the A71, take the A759 towards Kilmarnock. Eventually the ground will appear on your left. Turn left off the A735 into South Hamilton Road and left again into Rigby Road for the ground. The ground is quite well signposted around the town. Sufficient street parking exists around the stadium but you are advised to arrive as early as possible.
Public Transport: Kilmarnock Station is served by trains from Glasgow. The ground is around about 15-20 minute walk away from the station. Emerging from the train station you will find yourself at the top of John Finnie Street. Walk down this street against the flow of one way traffic. At the traffic lights at the bottom of the street (by the Sheriff Court) turn right into Portland Road. Take the second left at the traffic lights into South Hamilton Street and proceed to first right turn into Rugby Road and the ground.
Sat Nav Code: KA1 2DP
Road: Leave the M74 at Junction 6 and head towards Motherwell. At the first set of lights that you come to turn right onto Airbles Road. From the East, take the Motherwell exit from the M8 westbound and follow the directions towards the town - look out for a left turn indicated for football traffic, there is no need to approach the town centre. Street parking around the stadium is sufficient.
Public Transport: Airbles station is the closest to the ground, but is only served by a local service train. You are more likely to end up instead at Motherwell Central station, which is around about a 15 minute walk away from the ground. You exit the train station facing the main shopping street in the direction of the ground; go straight along it through the shopping precinct/centre; past the shopping centre car park, which leads to an underpass; go under the underpass, up the stairs and turn right; go straight on and the large stand gradually comes into view from behind Wilsons Furniture Store. The road splits at this point with away fans, and those going into the old seated terrace going to the left and all other fans to the right. Away fans walking from Motherwell should note, that the road to the away end is a long and winding one (you think you're there when you see the stand, but it takes about another 5 minutes to access it), so you should allow plenty of time.
Sat Nav Code: ML1 2QN
From the Inveralmond roundabout at the north end of Perth take the A9 north for 111 miles. On approach to Inverness do not leave the dual carriageway and continue over the Kessock Bridge. Follow the signs for Dingwall (approx 20 minutes drive) and on entering the town - the stadium is visible on the right (take the first right after the railway station) and has a car park available.
Public Transport: Dingwall railway station is a 2 minute walk from the stadium and there is a reasonably frequent direct service from Perth to Inverness whereupon there are connections to Dingwall. Citylink and Stagecoach also run frequest direct services to the Highland Capital.
Sat Nav Code: IV15 9QZ
Road: Follow signs for Paisley and Glasgow Airport. Exit the M8 at junction 29 9St James’ Interchange) which is just after Glasgow Airport turn off if travelling east to west. Be careful not to exit onto the A737 which is signposted for Irvine. It is best to stay in the middle lane when passing the airport as this leads naturally to the St James’ Interchange exit. At the interchange take the first left onto a duel carriageway with some football parks on the left hand side. Follow this road and after a sharp right hand bend you should now be in Greenock Road. Then take your first right onto Clark Street and drive to the end of the street which is the junction with Greenhill Road, turn left and you will see the stadium on the opposite side of the road. There is a car park at the stadium, but this is for permit holders. So street parking is only available.
Public Transport: The nearest train station is Paisley St James, which is situated almost just across the road from the stadium. It is a 17 minute journey from Glasgow Central Station. As you exit the station onto Greenhill Road the stadium is facing you.
Sat Nav Code: PA3 1RU
St Johnstone FC run supporters' buses to all of our competitive away fixtures. Bus seats are £7 each and must be booked in advance. Bus times and other information will be published in the NEWS section here on the official site. To book seats please phone (01738) 459090 or 07506 202 164 outwith office hours.
We Are Perth Barossa Street Saints
The We Are Perth Internet Forum is running a bus from the town to all home games and a 70 seat bus has been booked which, for 3pm kick-offs, will pick up in Burrelton at 1.45pm, Kinnears in Scone at 2pm, Bridgend at 2.05pm and leave Barossa Street at 2.30pm.
The cost will be just £3 return and the bus will return straight after the game dropping off at the same points. The great news is that the service is open to everyone - not just members of the club. To guarantee a seat please call the club on 628391 or you can just turn up on the day but may miss out if the bus is fully booked.
Buses to many away matches are also being run beginning – Perth 628391 to book.
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