At the moment this section lists some of the Scottish grounds Aberdeen have played at in recent years, and
lists basic travel information. We intend to extend this section in the future to showcase some of the many grounds that Aberdeen Football
Club have visited in over 100 years of competitive matches, including grounds like the Allianz Arena and the Ullevi Stadium.
Partick Thistle played at various sites between 1876 and 1891, including Kelvingrove, Jordanvale Park and Muir Park. Since 1909, Firhill has been the home of Partick Thistle.
Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen Street
From M8 East (Edinburgh M80 M74)
Leave at Junction 16. Proceed straight on at first two sets of traffic lights, turning right at the third. Straight on again at the next set although the road veers left). You will pass Landrover showroom on left, continue following road round to next set of lights. Turn right into Firhill Road and the Stadium is on your right.
From M8 West (Clyde Coast Ayrshire Paisley M77)
Take Junction 17 and veer left towards
Aberfoyle (instead of Dumbarton). At lights turn right and go
straight on through busy junction. You are now on St George's Road.
Continue until you come to a crossroads with traffic lights. Turn
left onto Garscube Road, pass Landrover showroom on left, continue
following road round to next set of lights. Turn right into Firhill
and the Stadium is on your right.
Bus parking is on Panmure Street. Car parking is street parking only, no car park available.