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Emirates Arena: Getting there
The address is 1000 London Road, Glasgow, G40 3HY, situated directly across the road from Celtic Park.
Telephone number: 0141 287 7000
Monday - Friday: 06:30 - 22:00
Saturday: 09:00 - 18:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 21:00
Travelling to Glasgow by Plane
Glasgow has one of the UK's fastest growing airports and the Arena is located within 13 miles of the city's International Airport. For more information on which airlines and destinations connect to Glasgow visit the Glasgow Airport
Follow the A74 / London Road from the east end. The Arena is on London Road.
The Emirates Arena is easily accessible from the centre of Glasgow, with good public transport networks.
By public transport
The Emirates Arena is served well by the local bus network, with services 43 and 64 stopping right outside the venue on London Road while services 89 and 90 stop on Springfield Road. In addition, services 61, 62 and 240 go to Parkhead Cross, less than a five minute walk away.
Dalmarnock Railway Station is just five minutes from the main entrance to the Emirates Arena. However, it is currently undergoing an £11m refurbishment but will re-open soon. The nearest alternative station is at Bridgeton some ten minutes away along London Road. Dalmarnock and Bridgeton stations enjoy four services an hour from Glasgow Central (Low Level) and Argyle Street in the city centre.