Largest Sports Venues in Scotland, UK
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  Overview

Which is the largest sports venue in Scotland?
The largest sports venue in Scotland is Murrayfield Stadium of Edinburgh with a maximum seating capacity of 67,144 spectators.The seating capacities of the sports venues in Scotland range from capacities of 4,309 spectators to 67,144 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 15,099.4 spectators.

 Compare Murrayfield Stadium with Gayfield Park


  Top 30 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 285 items )

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Cities with the most large-capacity venues
The city with the most large-capacity sports venues is Glasgow.

Most recent and oldest sports venues
The most recently opened sports venue in UK is P&J Live of Aberdeen in 2019.The oldest sports venue in UK is The Grange of Edinburgh which opened in 1832.The average building ages of the sports venues in UK is 90.5 years old, with the oldest being 190 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest sports venues in Scotland.

Murrayfield Stadium.

Murrayfield Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Scotland.

Murrayfield Stadium is a stadium located in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Opened in the year 1925, Murrayfield Stadium's building age is 97 years and has a seating capacity of up to 67,144 spectators.

Home to teams such as Scotland national rugby union team, the stadium hosts events for sports such as rugby union.

 

 Compare Murrayfield Stadium with Tannadice Park from Dundee.

 Compare Murrayfield Stadium with Bet365 Stadium from Stoke-on-Trent.


Celtic Park.

Celtic Park is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Scotland.

Opened in 1892, Celtic Park is a 130-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 60,411 spectators. It is located in Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

The stadium is home to Celtic F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football.

 

 Compare Celtic Park with Station Park from Forfar.

 Compare Celtic Park with Field Mill from Mansfield.


Hampden Park.

Hampden Park is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Scotland.

Hampden Park is a stadium in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 51,866 spectators. Hampden Park was opened in the year 1903 (119 years of age).

Home to teams such as Scotland national football team, Queen's Park F.C., the stadium hosts events for sports such as association football.

 

 Compare Hampden Park with North Marine Road from Scarborough.

 Compare Hampden Park with John Smith's Stadium from Huddersfield.


Ibrox Stadium.

Ibrox Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Glasgow, Scotland.

Ibrox Stadium is a stadium in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 50,817 spectators. Ibrox Stadium was opened in the year 1899 (123 years of age).

Home of Rangers F.C., the stadium is a venue for sports events such as association football.

 

 Compare Ibrox Stadium with Riverside Stadium from Middlesbrough.

 Compare Ibrox Stadium with The Darlington Arena from Darlington.


Easter Road.

Easter Road is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Located in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, Easter Road is a stadium which can accommodate up to 20,421 spectators. Easter Road was opened in the year 1893 (129 years of age).

Home of Hibernian F.C., the stadium is a venue for sports events such as association football.

 

 Compare Easter Road with Taylor's Avenue from Carrickfergus.

 Compare Easter Road with London Stadium from London.


Tynecastle Park.

Tynecastle Park is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Tynecastle Park is a stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 19,852 spectators. Tynecastle Park was opened in the year 1886 (136 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for association football. Tynecastle Park is home to teams such as Heart of Midlothian F.C.

 

 Compare Tynecastle Park with The Showgrounds from Coleraine.

 Compare Tynecastle Park with Ashton Gate from Bristol.


Rugby Park.

Located in Kilmarnock, Scotland, UK, Rugby Park is a stadium which can accommodate up to 17,889 spectators. Rugby Park was opened in the year 1899 (123 years of age).

The stadium is home to Kilmarnock F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football.

 

 Compare Rugby Park with Crown Flatt from Dewsbury.

 Compare Rugby Park with Salford City Stadium from Salford.


Largest Sports Venues    United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Birmingham   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Indoor Arenas   United Kingdom   |   England
Largest Venues By Sport   Soccer   |   Rugby   |   American Football    |   Cricket Grounds


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