Ground InformationGround Nick Name FirhillOpened 1909Capacity 10,102 seatsRecord AttedancePitch Size: 114 x 75 yardsPitch Type GrassHeating Yes
Firhill Stadium is a football and former rugby union, rugby league and greyhound racing stadium located in the Maryhill area of Glasgow, Scotland. Since 1909, the stadium has been the home of Partick Thistle, who will compete in the Scottish Championship in the 2018–19 season, after five years in the Scottish Premiership. The stadium is commonly referred to as simply Firhill, although since September 2017 it has also become known as The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill for sponsorship reasons.
Past ground-sharing agreements have seen Firhill act as a temporary home for two other football clubs, Clyde and Hamilton Academical. It was also a venue for the 2000 Rugby League World Cup and the Glasgow Warriors rugby union team between 2007 and 2012. Furthermore, the stadium was used for a short time by Queen's Park during the 2012 Summer Olympics as their own Hampden Park stadium was in use for the Olympic football competitions. As of 2014, the all-seated capacity of Firhill is 10,102.
For travel by car, go to AA Route Planner Great Britain. Enter your postcode and then that of The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill(GA20 7AL). A map detailing the location of the ground is also below.
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.