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Sporting heritage. Renewal. Legacy.
The multi-faceted Scotstoun Sports Campus will form one of the precincts of the Games, hosting both the Squash and Table Tennis competitions. Owned by Glasgow City Council and recently refurbished, the venue is already a popular sporting and community resource which includes the National Badminton Academy, indoor tennis centre and other fitness facilities.
At Games-time Scotstoun will make good use of its six new permanent squash courts for singles matches, with the capability of conversion to four doubles courts. It will also feature a glass-walled show court for Squash events, surrounded by 2,500 seats to ensure spectators get a great view of the action.
The Table Tennis competition will be played across two show courts and eight match courts at Scotstoun. The provision of 2,500 seats around the show courts and up to 500 for the match courts will help ensure that the atmosphere is electric.
Post-Games, Scotstoun’s upgraded facilities will be a valuable resource for future international championships and for use by elite and aspiring athletes.
- The land the Scotstoun Sports Campus sits on was once used as a venue for agricultural shows, but by 1915 a running track and grandstand had been installed and sporting events were regularly taking place there.
- Since late 2012, Scotstoun Stadium has been the official home of the Glasgow Warriors rugby team.
The community consultation “have your say” deadline has been extended to 5pm on 19 April. View the Scotstoun Community Consultation Boards. The community consultation boards can also be viewed in person at Commonwealth House. Call our Contact Centre to make a request.