SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP

Select From The Stadiums Below

Pittodrie Stadium
(Aberdeen)

There is a lot of firsts that have happened here over the years...

Celtic Park
(Celtic)

There’s a reason they call this place Paradise...

Tannadice Park
(Dundee United)

The older and larger of the extremely near neighbours. A stadium well worth checking out...

Tynecastle Park
(Heart of Midlothian)

A major reconstruction of its century-old Main Stand has created a stadium where all four sides look and feel very similar. Whether behind the goal or along the length of the pitch, you can be treated to a very good matchday experience...

Easter Road
(Hibernian)

A stadium with a simple, four stand layout that works really well. One of the best examples of practicality around...

Rugby Park
(Kilmarnock)

Three of the four sides at this stadium are very good, and we could well see the fourth get a modern makeover in the near future...

Almondvale Stadium
(Livingston)

A nicely balanced ground that offers excellent views and a practical layout...

Fir Park
(Motherwell)

One of the country’s longest-standing stadiums, and its tenants plan to do maintenance work that will keep it in use of many years to come...

Ibrox Stadium
(Rangers)

One of the most historically innovative football stadiums anywhere in Europe...

Victoria Park
(Ross County)

You start off fearing about a daunting drive up to the Highlands, but then you realise where the train station is...

McDiarmid Park
(St Johnstone)

Simple and very consistent in colour on the outside. Bright and vibrant in colour on the inside...

St Mirren Park
(St Mirren)

Simple in design, practical in layout. A nice, modern football ground...