Glasgow's spectacular Emirates Arena is the home for the Glasgow World Cup Gymnastics.
General travel information to Emirates Arena
With easy and frequent public transport links by both bus and train, getting to the Emirates Arena is simple. Please note
that all train stations serving the Arena are now operational and as a result, there will be no shuttle buses
to the 2016 event. There are lots of other ways to get to the World Cup using Glasgow's public transport network.
Several bus routes serve the Emirates Arena. Travel from the city centre (for approximately 30 minutes) on routes 61, 62, 64, 255 or 240 and disembark at the Forge Shopping Centre, then take a short 10 minute walk to the Arena. Click here
for a map of the walking route.
You can plan your bus journey with Traveline Scotland on their website
or by calling 0871 200 2233 (calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline (UK), charges from other providers or mobiles may vary).Train
- from Glasgow Central Station
If you’re travelling by train, the quickest route is from Glasgow Central lower level to Dalmarnock. The journey will take approximately 10 minutes, then it’s a 10 minute walk to the Arena. The nearest alternative station is Bridgeton, which is a 15 minute walk to the Arena. Click here
for a location map for Glasgow Central Station. Click here
for a location map for Dalmarnock Station. You can plan your train journey with National Rail on their website. Train - from Glasgow Queen Street Station
If you’re travelling from Queen Street Station, take the lower level train to Bellgrove. The train journey is approximately 5 minutes, followed by a 25 minute walk to the Arena. Please note that Queen Street Station is only a 10 minute walk from Glasgow Central Station. Click here
for a location map for Glasgow Queen Street Station. Click here
for a location map for Bellgrove Station.
You can plan your train journey with National Rail on their website
. Cycling & walking
travelling by bike or on foot, the Emirates Arena is a 15 minute cycle
or 45 minute walk from the city centre. Over 200 bicycle parking spaces are available on a
first come, first served basis.
The quickest cycling route is via National Cycle Route 75 (Glasgow to Cambuslang) followed by a short on-road cycle to London Road.
National Cycle Route 75 can be accessed from National Cycle Route 756 (Glasgow to East Kilbride), National Cycle routes 7 & 75 (Glasgow to Paisley/Glasgow to Loch Lomond) and local cycle routes within Glasgow.
For more information and a map of national and local cycle routes in Glasgow please click here or download the Glasgow Cycling route map here (PDF file 14Mb).
For a map of the location of the Emirates Arena, click here.
At Junction 2A on the M74, take the A74 exit to Tollcross / Cambuslang. At the roundabout, take the exit onto Fullarton Rd / London Rd / A74, then take a left onto the East End Regeneration Route. The main car park is on the left and there is an overflow car park on the right.
Please note that it is likely the car park will be busy on the day of the event – spaces are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. Spectators are strongly advised to take public transportation to and from the event.