The excitement is building around the 2014 Commonwealth Games!
Scotstoun Sports Campus will host Squash and Table Tennis events during the Games and from the 12 May until full temporary closure on 30 June car parking will become difficult.
We know you are good sports and we are hoping you will see this as an opportunity to get even fitter by choosing to walk, jog or cycle to the centre. Should you wish to keep your energy for your activity then there is always the option to use public transport – visit www.travelinescotland.com or www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/glasgow for up-to-date timetables.
If you choose to park in the roads surrounding the venue please remember the residents and park in a way that you do not block driveways and in all cases adhere to road markings and park legally.
Remember we are still functioning as normal and expect to see all our Glasgow Club members taking advantage of the facility to keep fit and active right up to the end of June.
While Scotstoun is temporarily closed (30 June – 12 Aug) we have worked hard to help you keep moving, so as well as gyms in other Glasgow Club venues nearby, we’ve relocated the majority of our fitness classes to – Donald Dewar, Drumchapel Pool, Maryhill, Bellahouston and Palace of Art as well Netherton Community Centre.
If you’re a tennis fan you can keep playing at Drumchapel, Knightswood and Queen’s Park Community Tennis Courts. Pick up literature and timetables at the reception area in Scotstoun or visit www.glasgowclub.org for the latest information.
Glasgow Warriors - Parking Information
Scotstoun Stadium is also home to Glasgow Warriors rugby team and during home matches the venue will be particularly busy.**
Below is a note of upcoming home matches:
|Sat 23rd August**
Glasgow Warriors v Harlequins
Kick off @ 3.30pm
Expect the area in and around Scotstoun to be busy.
**Parking Restrictions will be in place on these days as there will be increased demand for spaces in the our car park. G4S stewarding staff will be on site approx 3 hours prior to kick-off and 3 hours following kick-off to assist with traffic management.
Permit parking zones will be in operation in the area so local residents should ensure that their badges are displayed as these will be enforced.
Local residents can find more information on permit zones by clicking here.
If you wish to obtain a parking permit, you may contact Glasgow City Council on 0141 287 4040 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Warriors season ticket holders and spectators are not permitted to park on site at Scotstoun and will need to make alternative parking / transport arrangements.
We have secured the use of St Thomas Aquinas School's Car Park, which is 5 minutes walk from the Campus, between 5pm - 10pm on Fridays and this can used as alternative parking area for Glasgow Club members.