Glasgow National Hockey Centre

  • The National Hockey Centre is complete
  • Glasgow National Hockey Centre opened in July 2013
  • School children on the hockey pitch

Lead Partner: Glasgow City Council

Other Partners: Scottish Government Scottish Hockey Glasgow 2014

Project History
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  • Glasgow National Hockey Centre under construction
  • The new stands
  • The Hockey Centre will open summer 2013
  • July 2013 is the date set for opening the Glasgow National Hockey Centre
  • The Hockey Centre is nearing completion
  • The pavilion and seating
  • The pavilion
  • Seating at the hockey centre
  • The National Hockey Centre at Glasgow Green
  • School children on the hockey pitch


Glasgow City Centre, Glasgow Green


The venue for the hockey competition as the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has been created at a site is on Kings Drive and sits beside the Glasgow Green Football Centre.

This is the last of the venues to be completed by Glasgow City Council that will be used during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

The main building of the Glasgow National Hockey Centre has 500 seats in its grandstand, although there will be 5,000 seats there during the Games, with a further 4,500 spectator places created as a result of temporary stands erected for the hockey competition.  It features two new FIH standard water-based floodlit synthetic hockey pitches, with changing accommocation for players and officials, to serve as the hockey competition and warm-up facilities during the Games.  The cost of the project is £5.5m.

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