Tickets for Motherwell’s William Hill Scottish Cup semi final with Aberdeen are now on general sale.
The ticket office is open from 9am to 10:30am on the day of the match. The game at Hampden Park will be played on Saturday, April 14. Kick off is at 12.15pm.
Ticket information for the match is as follows:
William Hill South Stand and North Stand
£30 Adult / £15 Concessions
£20 Adult / £10 Concessions
Concessions are regarded as those aged under 16 and those aged 65 and over.
Getting to Hampden
Our bars at Fir Park will be open from 9.30am on the day of the game and are fully licensed to sell alcohol from this time. Buses will leave at 10:45am.
Information to Supporters
- Motherwell supporters should use trains to Kings Park
- Supporters travelling by car should use the same route and utilise on street parking at the east end of the stadium
- On street parking is controlled by an Event Day Parking traffic regulation order. Parking restrictions are indicated by way of road markings and road signs. On street parking should only be utilised out with restricted areas as a tow-away scheme is in operation for illegally parked vehicles.
- As a result of the Event Day parking restrictions, there is limited parking available in the vicinity of the stadium. Supporters are encouraged to travel via public transport where possible.
- There will be a zero tolerance approach to alcohol on buses with increased checking by police
Unacceptable Conduct at Hampden Park
The Scottish FA will not tolerate Unacceptable Conduct at a match at Scotland’s National Stadium, Hampden Park or at away stadia hosting matches of the Scottish FA. The following information provides notice of what amounts to Unacceptable Conduct and the sanctions which the Scottish FA may seek to impose upon those individuals who commit Unacceptable Conduct.
This statement of Unacceptable Conduct should at all times be read in conjunction with the terms of the Ground Regulations.
Unacceptable Conduct takes place where a person present at or in the immediate environs of a match engages in violent conduct and/or disorderly conduct. A person will also commit Unacceptable Conduct if at or in the immediate environs of a match, they assist another or others engaged in violent conduct and/or disorderly conduct.
Violent conduct means conduct where there is: (i) actual, attempted or threatened physical violence against a person or persons; or (ii) intentional damage to property.
Disorderly conduct means: (i) conduct which stirs up or sustains, or is likely or designed to stir up or sustain, hatred or ill will against or towards a group of persons based on their membership or presumed membership of a group defined by reference to a category or against an individual who is or is presumed to be, by the person or persons engaged in the conduct, to be a member of such group; (ii) using threatening, abusive, or insulting words or conduct; (iii) displaying any writing or other thing which is threatening, abusive or insulting; or (iv) using words or conduct or displaying any writing or other thing which indicates support for, or affiliation to, or celebration of, or opposition to an organisation or group proscribed in terms of the Terrorism Act 2000 and any successive or replacement legislation thereto.
Any person committing Unacceptable Conduct and/or any person who assists another or others to commit unacceptable conduct may be subject to any or a combination of the following:
- refusal of entry to the stadium
- removal from the stadium
- suspension from attending matches of the Scottish FA
- indefinite ban from attending matches of the Scottish FA
- be the subject of a report to Police Scotland and/or any prosecuting authorities which may result in possible criminal proceedings
Please note that all banners will be subject to scrutiny at the turnstiles.