Glasgow National Hockey Centre

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Glasgow National Hockey Centre
Location Glasgow Green, Glasgow
Owner City of Glasgow
Capacity 514 (permanent), 5,000 (Temporary)
Broke ground 2012
Opened 2013
General contractor Sir Robert McAlpine
2014 Commonwealth Games
Rottenrow Hockey Club

Glasgow National Hockey Centre is a facility for playing field hockey, situated on Glasgow Green in Glasgow, United Kingdom. The facility was constructed for the Commonwealth Games in 2014. The facility includes 2 Synthetic Hockey Pitches, Player Facilities and a Permanent stand for spectators. It also has office space which is the new home of Scottish Hockey. For the 2014 Games, additional temporary stands were erected to increase the capacity during the games. The facility is used for domestic competition and hosted the 2014 Women's Hockey Champions Challenge I before the Commonwealth Games.[1] [2] The centre is also home of Rottenrow Hockey Club


  1. ^ "Glasgow National Hockey Centre". Retrieved 2013-08-30. 
  2. ^ "Glasgow National Hockey Centre to host Champions Challenge". Retrieved 2013-09-30.  External link in |publisher= (help)

Coordinates: 55°50′42.47″N 4°14′12.23″W / 55.8451306°N 4.2367306°W / 55.8451306; -4.2367306