ScotRail has issued a warning to Rangers and Celtic fans ahead of the Scottish Cup Final.

The match is set to take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow's Southside on Saturday, May 25, at 3pm.

Ahead of the clash, the rail firm has advised footy fans heading to the game to allow additional time for travelling as queuing systems will be in place at Glasgow Central before it.

On top of that, queuing systems will also be in place at Mount Florida and Kings Park after the match.

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The travel company has also revealed how fans from each team will queue in Central Station before and after the game.

Celtic fans will queue for services to Kings Park via the main concourse, while Rangers supporters will queue for services to Mount Florida via the carriage driveway on Hope Street.

Afterwards, Celtic fans will then travel via Kings Park, while Rangers supporters will use Mount Florida station.

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ScotRail has also announced they will be adding more seats and extra services to help fans travelling to the final.

Additional trains and services will be added to services between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida, and between Glasgow Central and Kings Park.

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

“We’ll be doing all we can to help you travel to the match as hassle-free as possible, which includes more seats and services to and from Mount Florida and Kings Park.

"Queuing systems will be in place before and after the matches, so please make sure you know where to go, and our staff will also be on hand to direct you.

“Buying your return tickets in advance through our mTicket system on the ScotRail app will reduce your need to queue, and help your journey run smoothly.”

Glasgow Times:

Those travelling to the game are also being encouraged to buy return tickets in advance to reduce the need to queue on the day.

Meanwhile, passengers are also being reminded of engineering works on Saturday, May 25, between Glasgow Central and Edinburgh via Shotts, where a bus replacement service is in operation.