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Next Away Day: Falkirk

Following yesterday’s contrasting results for the two clubs, Clyde’s trip to Brockville on Tuesday to face Falkirk is now even more important that previously thought, with the title race once again thrown wide open. A large Bully Wee support is expected to make the short journey for the huge match, so if you are in any doubt, make sure you come along!


Mild but wet weather is expected in Falkirk at the start of the week, but there’s certainly no chance of the match being postponed.


Car: Via M8 Junction 13, turn off onto M80 and continue for 3 miles, then onto A80 for 11 miles until the M876. At Junction 1 turn off onto the A883 and continue for 2 miles, then turn left onto A803 to Falkirk Town Centre. Beware of the one way system in the town, and head towards Hope Street or Grahams Road. On match days Police reserve part of the huge car park in Hope Street for fans.

Rail: Train from Glasgow Queen Street to Falkirk Grahamston (closest), departs 6 minutes past each hour. Glasgow Queen Street to Falkirk High (10 minute walk) departs every 30 minutes. Cost £6.50 Day Return.


Two supporters’ buses are making the connection, and would be delighted to have you on board. The Clyde Kids’ Clubs will also be traveling en masse for a special ‘Away Day’…

Castlemilk Branch (0141 569 3625 – Eric Steel): Murray Square 5.55pm, Castlemilk Drive 6.10pm, Clyde Club 6.20pm, Muslin Street 6.30pm. £6 adults, £4 reduced. Second child goes free with every adult. No need to book, just turn up!

Glasgow Branch (0141 771 1385 – Rod MacKenzie): Millenium Hotel George Square 6.30pm. £5 adults, £3 reduced. No need to book, just turn up!

Clyde Kids’ Clubs Away Day Bus (07973282804 – Cammy Macdonald): Broadwood Stadium 6.30pm. Limited spaces still available for Kids’ Club Members, please contact.


Main Stand – Adult £13.50, Concession £6.50.
Enclosure – Adult £11.50, Concession £5.50.
Terracing – Adult £10, Concession £5.


Limited space at Watson Street End.


The Edge and Behind the Wall pubs (Grahams Road near Grahamston Station) are recommended. The Scotia Bar in the town is also very reasonable.


View: Poor view from behind the goal, slightly better on the touchline.

Atmosphere: Shouldn’t be any problems this time round!

Facilities: Also poor, don’t expect much from the toilet or food facilities. Terracing has a covered section but uncovered section behind the goal is exposed to the elements.