Tag: Glasgow


Ibrox Stadium spiffy seating arrangements

New seating arrangements for Ibrox

Following a significant period of consultation with the supporters and the numerous stakeholders, the Scottish professional football club Rangers F.C. has announced new seating arrangements within their residence – the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland (UK) – effective from season... » Read more


Gladiators top-of-the-range arena CGIs

Glasgow based Caledonia Gladiators new temporary venue

Caledonia Gladiators, Scotland’s (UK) only pro basketball franchise, has unveiled images of how its new multimillion-pound stadium will look – with less than a month left before the first game in the club’s new home. ‘CALEDONIA GLADIATORS’ stated that the BBL Trophy winners have... » Read more


Ibrox Stadium facilities for disabled fans

Disabled facilities at Ibrox

The Scottish professional football club Rangers F.C. recently updated supporters on their plans to upgrade and improve facilities for disabled fans at their residence – the Ibrox Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland – with the overall stadium capacity also set to rise. ‘RANGERS FOOTBALL... » Read more


No away fans for Celtic-Rangers final fixtures

Old Firm without away fans

The final two Old Firm (collective names for the Scottish football clubs Celtic and Rangers based in Glasgow, UK) fixtures of the Premiership campaign will be played with no away fans (supporters of the team that is not playing at their own ground) either at the Parkhead (Celtic home) or at the... » Read more


Fans high as alcohol allowed in Scotland digs

Celtic fans can drink alcohol in the stadium now

On November 12th at the Celtic Park in Glasgow, Scotland, a notable event took place, one that was a small piece of Scottish football history. The Scottish Premiership (the top division of the Scottish Professional Football League) team Celtic was granted an alcohol license for the West Stand... » Read more


Scotland venue net-zero carbon vows

Hydro Arena Scotland naming rights

OVO Energy, which has secured the naming rights to the 14,000-capacity Hydro on the Clyde Waterfront in Scotland (UK constituent country), said they will be working with the venue to reduce its environmental impact. The ‘Edinburgh News’ stated that the £125 million complex opened its doors in... » Read more


SFA take over reins of Hampden Park

Hampden Park takeover

The Scottish Football Association (SFA) has formally taken over the reins of Hampden Park in Scotland, as its previous owner, Queen’s Park, looks to a new era at a reconfigured Lesser Hampden. Hampden Park is a football stadium in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, Scotland. The 51,866-capacity... » Read more