Ed Sheeran fans in Ayrshire have been warned not to expect a smooth journey home by public transport after the singer's concert at Hampden Park tonight.

ScotRail has advised fans that there will be no trains from Mount Florida or Kings Park, the two closest stations to Hampden Park, following the concert. 

The 'Perfect' singer performed at Hampden last night and has a second gig at the national stadium tonight.

And despite additional carriages being added to trains to accomodate concert-goers there is still a risk of people needing to find alternative routes home. 

ScotRail have also highlighted hat there will be limited trains once fans make it to Glasgow's stations, with only four services leaving after 11pm.

The lack of late night trains is the result of an ongoing dispute between the rail operator and the ASLEF train drivers' union.

The only trains leaving Glasgow after 11pm tonight will be at the following times.

23:17 Glasgow Central to East Kilbride

23:22 Glasgow Queen Street to Stirling

23:30 Glasgow Central to Ayr

23:45 Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh Waverley

On their Twitter account a spokesperson said: "ScotRail is adding extra carriages to as many trains as possible from Central to Mount Florida and Kings Park, the closest stations to Hampden, from midday until Ed Sheeran is due on stage.

"Buy tickets in advance via the mTicket system on the ScotRail app to reduce queues at Glasgow Central.

"There will be no trains from Mount Florida to Central after the gigs due to the temporary timetable and only a few trains will run out of Glasgow city centre after 11pm."

Gig-goers are being told to plan ahead to avoid any further disruption to their journeys home.