SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP

Select From The Stadiums Below

Gayfield Park
(Arbroath)

A literal seaside football ground that will of course make you feel a literal seaside breeze, regardless of where you go...

Somerset Park
(Ayr United)

A traditional-looking football ground that offers seating, covered terracing, and uncovered terracing. It’s been the home of its tenants for over a century and looks it will be so for many years to come yet...

Balmoral Stadium
(Cove Rangers)

Built for its tenant’s arrival into the Scottish Football League, this small ground is going to need to a lot of work done quickly if it is going to keep pace with its club’s rapid rise up the pyramid...

Dens Park
(Dundee)

If you’re looking for the best seats in the house here, I suggest going behind either goal...

Cappielow Park
(Greenock Morton)

Covered seating, uncovered seating, covered terracing, uncovered terracing, take your pick. It’s all here...

New Douglas Park
(Hamilton Academical)

Don’t judge this stadium’s unusual layout until you’ve fully experienced it in person...

Caledonian Stadium
(Inverness Caledonian Thistle)

A tidy Highland football ground located by the waterside. A long trip north for most, but worthwhile...

Firhill Stadium
(Partick Thistle)

A ground with an intriguing layout, both inside and out...

Ochilview Park
(Queen's Park)

Temporarily a Championship ground before Queen’s Park head back to Hampden...

Stark's Park
(Raith Rovers)

An L-shaped Main Stand to the east and a partly-unused stand to the west, Stark’s Park is unlike anywhere else you will visit...