Scotrail Timetable Update

ScotRail is urging Scotland fans to plan ahead for the World Cup play-off match against Ukraine, with the temporary timetable still in place.

Customers travelling from Glasgow Central to Hampden Park on Wednesday, 1 June, will benefit from some additional services to and from Mount Florida, and extra carriages on trains to Mount Florida and Kings Park – the closest stations to the ground.

Visiting Ukraine fans who decide to travel by rail should use services to and from Mount Florida.

Supporters heading to the game are advised to allow additional time for travel as services will still be busy. Purchasing their return tickets to Mount Florida in advance will help to avoid additional queuing on the day.

Regular customers should be aware that trains from Glasgow Central to Mount Florida and Kings Park will be much busier than normal prior to the game.

To help everyone’s journey go smoothly, ScotRail will have extra staff on hand to help customers on both days.

The temporary timetable for Monday – Saturday Friday can be viewed online at

The reduction in services will mean fewer options for fans making journeys to and from Glasgow, both before and after the match. For example, the last train to Edinburgh departing Glasgow Queen Street is 2215, on which those attending the match will be unlikely to catch.

Customers are also reminded that the wearing of a face covering is recommended on trains and in stations, and the consumption of alcohol remains prohibited on ScotRail services.


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