ScotRail has announced what changes will be in place for the men's Scottish Cup Final.

As Celtic take on Inverness on Saturday at Hampden Park, the train operator launched more seats and services to cope with increased demand.

Extra carriages will be added to trains between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida, the closest station to Hampden Park, before and after the match.

A warning has also been issued to travellers to expect trains to be busier than usual and they remind everyone that the carrying and consumption of alcohol is prohibited on all trains and stations.

ScotRail will also have additional staff on hand to assist customers.

A special Inverness Express will also run to take supporters to Glasgow and back, for £70.60.

Phil Campbell, ScotRail head of Customer Operations, said: “ScotRail is looking forward to helping football fans travel to the men’s Scottish Cup Final to cheer on their side. 

“We’ll be adding more seats and more trains to keep people moving, but customers should plan their journeys in advance and allow some additional time for travel. 

“To minimise your need to queue, buy your return tickets before you travel on the ScotRail app or website. 

“Our special Inverness Express for travelling Caley Thistle fans is the only rail service available for travel back to Inverness after the final whistle, and tickets for this service are only available from Inverness station Travel Shop.”