Home of Hamilton Academical FC & Clyde FC

Opened 2001

Capacity 6,018

Rating: 3.8

(472) Google Reviews

Nice modern ground. Easy access & parking. All seated. Plastic pitch. Steak pie & Bovril were great.
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4 months ago
Went with my son. Served at the bar pregame. Great value. 2 pints and a grab bag of crisps for £7. My son had a macaroni cheese pie at half time and said it was great. Great entertainment and a very unfortunate 3- 2 defeat where the officials denied Accies a goal that TV cameras showed had crossed the line. A great welcome from a family club.
Christmas party night last night was amazing. So much fun. Great atmosphere, good food. Special mention to the staff who worked so hard. Claire was an absolute star.
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3 months ago
Great football club friendly fans and good clubhouse
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a month ago
Unusual looking ground for an unusual club. Two stands and a gazebo. Other two sides bounded by the back of supermarkets. It’s exposed location means games often affected by the wind. Often cold there- wrap up warm!Catering below par. Good parking and close proximity to Hamilton West railway station 🚉
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3 years ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

In 1990, Clyde had secured an agreement to move into a stadium in the new town of Cumbernauld, which due to shifting population patterns was by now one of the larger settlements in Scotland without a senior football team. The new all-seater Broadwood Stadium would not be ready until 1994.

Clyde moved into the venue midway through the 
1994–95 season. Broadwood has hosted Scotland U21 matches and four Scottish Challenge Cup finals in the past. Broadwood was also home to Airdrieonians for four seasons from 1994 to 1998 and Rangers reserves for a while.

On 9 December 2010, Clyde had informed their landlords at North Lanarkshire Council (NL Leisure) of their intention to relinquish their lease on Broadwood and move elsewhere.
[53] Furthermore, on 19 October 2011, Clyde revealed that they were investigating the possibility of a move to East Kilbride, the largest town in Scotland without a senior football team.[54] Another option was to move back to Rutherglen and develop the Clyde Gateway Stadium in a ground-sharing agreement. This had received approval from current tenants Rutherglen Glencairn.[55]

In April 2022, the club announced they would be leaving Broadwood at the end of the 
2021–22 season, ending their 28-year stay in Cumbernauld. They will be ground-sharing with Hamilton Academical at New Douglas Park from the start of the 2022–23 season, with a view of relocating to a new home back in Glasgow in the near future.[56]

Things to do nearby.

Peter Equi & Sons.

18 Reviews
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Been coming here since they put sparklers on Sundaes. I still have my badges from the 80s when they won (yet another) trophy for their amazing ice... Read More

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After hearing from my wife how amazing this place is, it was a bit underwhelming. Standard chip shop fare, over-priced (£5.95 for a kids sausage and chips!)... Read More

Toby Carvery.

6 Reviews
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Twice now Ive found myself at the Toby Carvery. What is a carvery my American friends may ask? Well, a similar concept as a buffet but your protein is not... Read More

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4 stars due to small annoyance when turn up and their is a huge tour group of foreigners that take forever due to no English and being very loud. Food is... Read More

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Fine dining this is not. However, we had a lovely, if rather speedy, roast lunch here on Easter Monday. Puff is not blessed with patience when it comes to... Read More