Celtic vs Glasgow City: Biffa Scottish Cup Final tickets at Tynecastle go on sale - with kids tickets offered for free

Want to take in the Biffa Scottish Women’s Cup Final? Here’s how you can get tickets to see Glasgow City vs Celtic at Tynecastle, including free tickets for under-13s.

Wednesday, 25th May 2022, 4:02 pm
Glasgow City's Hayley Lauder, (left) and Celtic's Jacynta Galabadaarachchi during a preview ahead of the Scottish Women's Cup final at Glasgow Women's Library, on May 24, 2022, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)
Glasgow City's Hayley Lauder, (left) and Celtic's Jacynta Galabadaarachchi during a preview ahead of the Scottish Women's Cup final at Glasgow Women's Library, on May 24, 2022, in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Alan Harvey / SNS Group)

The Scottish Women’s domestic league reaches its conclusion this weekend with the Biffa Scottish Women’s Cup Final between Glasgow City and Celtic at Tynecastle.

The clash, which is due to be played at Hearts Tynecastle Stadium on Sunday May 29 (kick off at 4.10pm), will give the chance for spectators to see the likes of Scottish Women’s Player of the Year in Glasgow City’s Priscila Chinchilla, while Scottish international stars Lee Alexander, Jenna Clark and Rachael Johnstone are all expected to play a part.

And the tie promises to be an intriguing one, with the sides already facing each other in the Scottish Women’s League Cup Final earlier in the season, which Celtic won 1-0 thanks to a first half Caitlin Hayes goal.

City would have their revenge shortly afterwards though, Eileen Gleeson’s side defeating the Hoops twice in quick succession in league action, 2-0 and 2-1 respectively – and they will be hoping to continue their winning streak against the Glasgow side next weekend.

Scotland’s most successful women’s club are the current holders of the competition and have fond memories of playing at Tynecastle, after Irish international Clare Shine hit a last minute winner to secure an exhilarating 4-3 win over Hibs in the the 2019 Scottish Cup final.

However, Fran Alonso’s Celtic side will be looking to make history by being the first Hoops side to secure a trophy in one season, something the Spanish boss admits he is driven by, telling The Celtic Star “For me I’m very pleased that so far it has been a good season, it could be an amazing season.” The players have settled quite quickly and they are delivering quite quickly in winning the first trophy for 11 years.”

Tickets for the game are priced at just £5, with under 13’s able to attend game free of charge, and can be purchased here.

And while it is commonplace within to seat fans together at the final, Glasgow City have confirmed via their website they recommend fans of Glasgow City to choose seat in Section R, S & T.