Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Supporter Information

Partick Thistle vs Arbroath – Supporter Information

Arbroath supporters traveling down to the Energy Check Stadium at Firhill should please read the information below.

All Information is from the Partick Thistle Website which should answer any queries you may have.

Inside the Stadium

Arbroath fans will be located in the Jackie Husband Stand and will enter via Turnstiles 40 and 41.

Wheelchair disabled fans will be located in the Colin Weir Stand at the red accessibility gate and they are able to pay cash.  There are 3 disabled car park spaces for away support.

If you need assistance or a disabled car park space, please contact

Partick Thistle’s Disability Access Officer Dougie McInnes at or on 07803 922570

Admission Prices (Cash only pay at the turnstile)

£20.00 – Adult

£15.00 – Concessions (Over 65 & Students)

£5.00 – Juvenile (Under 16s)

£15.00 – Wheelchair/Ambulant with free admission for care giver


At league matches the cost for a wheelchair user/ambulant fan is £15 which includes a carer.

Tickets can be bought at the match on the day, unless the match is all ticket. 

Wheelchair tickets can be purchased from the staff member on duty at the accessible entrance, the red gates between the Colin Weir Stand (the older stand on Firhill Road) and the John Lambie Stand (the newer stand behind the goals).

Away Fans – The area for away wheelchair users to watch the match from is the section in front of the Colin Weir Stand (the old stand at the side of the pitch on Firhill Road). The cover here is reasonable.

For matches where the away support is in the Jackie Husband Stand there may be a limited number of wheelchair places available for away wheelchair fans on the viewing platform in The Jackie Husband Stand. This is used by Partick Thistle season ticket holders.

If spaces become available then it is possible for away wheelchair fans to reserve a space. If any away wheelchair fan would like to use the platform then they should contact Partick Thistle’s Disability Access Officer by emailing


Away Fans – Ambulant fans have a choice of viewing the match from the Jackie Husband Stand (for those matches where the away support is in The Jackie Husband Stand) or from the enclosure in front of the Colin Weir Stand. 

For those matches where the away support is located in the Colin Weir Stand, ambulant fans can enter the ground by the red gates of the accessible entrance or by the turnstiles if they are able to climb the flights of stairs inside the stand. Stewards can give assistance.

Fans can enter the Jackie Husband Stand by the turnstiles or by the doors if this is easier. Stewards can give assistance.


From 2.30 until 2.45 (Saturday matches) a free shuttle bus takes fans with mobility difficulties from the city end of the stadium at Firhill Road round to the Jackie Husband Stand. Please note that it does not run after the match.


For fans using the Colin Weir Stand or John Lambie Stands many fans park in the streets surrounding Firhill. As kick off time approaches these spaces fill up quickly so if seeking one of these spaces then the advice is to come early. Parking is at the owner’s own risk.    

 Some fans park on Scottish Canals land behind the Jackie Husband Stand. Parking here is free and again at the owner’s own risk but many fans park here trouble free. These spaces fill up quickly on match day. The spaces here are close to the turnstiles of the Jackie Husband Stand.

Three car park spaces for blue badge holders of the away club can be reserved in advance in the official club car park. To reserve a space fans should contact their own club in the first instance who will forward names on to Partick Thistle. Many away fans prefer to park in the streets as it is closer to the accessible entrance than the official club car park.


Situated in the Colin Weir Stand is the child friendly Aitken Suite Lounge which opens before and after Saturday matches. For midweek matches the lounge usually opens before the match but not after.

Fans should see the website for details. Home and away fans are welcome. Live matches are shown and food is also available.

The lounge has a disabled toilet.

Access to the Aitken Suite for wheelchair users is by the red gates of the accessible entrance. Inside the ground there is a ramp beside the stand which allows wheelchair access into the Aitken Suite. The stewards on duty will provide assistance.

Getting to the Energy Check Stadium at Firhill


For travel by car, go to AA Route Planner Great Britain. Enter your postcode and then that of The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill(G20 7AL). 

There is free on-street parking on Garscube Road and adjacent streets on route to the stadium. We ask that you please park responsibly and are considerate towards our neighbours when doing so.

Please note that on match days, depending on crowd numbers, police may close Firhill Road to through traffic at 2.30pm until kick-off and then again at 4.45pm to 5pm to allow fans to arrive and depart the ground safely.


For away fans visiting The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill, for information on train travel, go to: The Train Line. The nearest mainline stations are Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central.


For information on local bus routes go to: FirstGroup – Glasgow.


Both Kelvinbridge and St George’s Cross stations are within 15 minutes’ walk of The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill.

Food and Drink

On match days, the licensed Aitken Suite, at the north end of the Colin Weir Stand and accessed from Firhill Road, is open from 12 noon for hot bar food and refreshments. Children are very welcome.

The Aitken Suite closes at kick-off and doesn’t re-open until post-match. It closes at 6pm.

There are food kiosks situated around the Jackie Husband, John Lambie and Colin Weir stands. These serve a selection of pies, sausage rolls, snacks, hot and cold drinks. They are open pre-match and at half time but not after the game.

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