Heading to Hampden Park for the football this summer? The easiest way to reach Hampden Park by train is from Glasgow Central to either Mount Florida or King’s Park stations, both on the Cathcart Circle Line and both a ten-minute walk to the stadium.

Glasgow Central is the main station in the city for connections to the south, including Ayrshire, the Clyde Coast, and destinations throughout England. A short walk from Glasgow Central is Glasgow Queen Street, for trains to Edinburgh and the north.

Station details & facilities

Ticket Office opening hours: Booking office temporarily closed for refurbishment Monday 16th June to Sunday 6th July 2014. Tickets remain available from ticket vending machine throughout this period. ScotRail apologise for any inconvenience.
DayOpening Hours
Ticket MachineAvailable
Staff helpUnavailable
Staffing levelPart time
Oyster PrepayUnavailable
Oyster topupUnavailable
Oyster validatorUnavailable
Pre-purchase collectionAvailable
Left LuggageUnavailable
Telephone typesCoins and cards
Station BuffetUnavailable
Bureau de ChangeUnavailable
Tourist Information OfficeUnavailable
Information Systems
  • Announcements
  • Departure screens
Baby changeUnavailable
WiFi notes
Web kioskUnavailable
Customer Service notes


Customer help pointsAvailable
Cycle storageAvailable
Cycle storage spaces6
Sheltered cycle storageUnavailable
Cycle storage CCTVAvailable
Step-free accessWhole station
Step-free access notes

Lift access down to Island platform from Prospecthill Road entrance.

Ramps for train accessAvailable
Induction LoopAvailable
Accessible ticket machinesAvailable
Accessible Booking Office counterAvailable

About Hampden Park

Hampden Park in Glasgow has been home ground to the Scottish national football team, who have played at the stadium for over a hundred years. It is also home ground to Queen’s Park FC, a uniquely amateur club in the Scottish Professional Football League since it was founded in 1867, making it the oldest club in the country.

When it opened in 1903, Hampden Park was the largest and most technologically advanced stadium in the world, but by the 1970s, the original construction clearly needed an upgrade. Over two decades, the stands, concourses and supporter facilities were brought into the new millennium, and it’s now graded a Five Star Stadium by UEFA.

Used for the final stages of the Scottish cup competitions, and a regular host of major European finals, the stadium also has music concerts and other sporting events. To visit the stadium outside big games, it’s worth paying to watch Queen’s Park because their average attendance is around 750 in a stadium that holds nearly 52,000, or maybe you could take a tour of the spiritual home of football and visit the Scottish Football Museum as part of a package known as the Hampden Experience.

Departures and arrivals from Mount Florida

Want to check the latest departures and arrivals into Mount Florida station? Find live information for the next trains departing and arriving at the station below.
Departing toTrainTimePlatformStatus
to NeilstonScotRail06:272Scheduled
to Newton (Lanark)ScotRail06:312Scheduled
to NeilstonScotRail06:442Scheduled
to Glasgow CentralScotRail06:451Scheduled
to Glasgow CentralScotRail07:031Scheduled
Arriving fromTrainTimePlatformStatus
from Glasgow CentralScotRail06:272Scheduled
from Glasgow CentralScotRail06:312Scheduled
from Glasgow CentralScotRail06:442Scheduled
from NeilstonScotRail06:451Scheduled
from Newton (Lanark)ScotRail07:031Scheduled

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