Leisure Facilities In Central Scotland And Fife

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Grangemouth Stadium

Grangemouth StadiumAs a certified UK Athletics Grade 1 Stadium, Grangemouth is an ideal location for track running. The stadium was the first all-weather track surface in the UK and has established itself as one of the busiest athletics stadiums in Scotland, hosting many regional, national and international events.

It is also home to the UK’s first purpose-built Indoor Athletics Academy. Opened in 1997, the academy was further extended in 2003 doubling its size to over 2100 square metres as well as adding increased changing areas. The indoor academy has a training area featuring weights, plyometrics, track and field and gymnastic equipment.

The stadium hosts the annual Celtic Cup International Athletics event, which features a Scotland vs Ireland vs Wales match. Athletes such as Merlene Ottey, Darren Campbell, Jason Gardner, Alan Webb and Craig Mottram have all competed in the tournament.

Grangemouth Stadium, Kersiebank Avenue, FK3 0EE

Mon-Fri: 09:00 – 21:30, Sat-Sun: 09:00 – 17:00

E: grangemouthstadium@falkirkcommunitytrust.org
T: 01324 504590

Local Authority Leisure Facilities Central Scotland and Fife


Bridge of Allan Sports Club
Dunblane Centre
Forthbank Leisure Stadium
McLaren Leisure Centre, Callander
Raploch Community Campus
University of Stirling Sports Centre


Alloa Academy Community Facilities
Alva Academy Community Facilities
Lornshill Academy Community Facilities
Dumyat Centre, Menstrie
Tullibody Civic Centre


Beacon Leisure Centre
Bowhill Leisure Centre
Carnegie Leisure Centre, Dunfermline
Cowdenbeath Leisure Centre
Cupar Leisure Centre
Dalgety Bay Leisure Centre
East Sands Leisure Centre, St Andrews
Fife Institute of Physical and Recreational Education
Kirkcaldy Leisure Centre
Leven Leisure Centre
Pitreavie Leisure Centre
Waterstone Crook Leisure Centre

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