Home of The Spartans FC

Opened 2008

Capacity 3,612

Rating: 4.5

(119) Google Reviews

Site lines sometimes difficult when busy but a friendly up and coming club
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2 months ago
There is a Morrisons store some 500yds up the road which is handy for a pre match all day breakfast. I left the car there as I wasn't sure how busy the car park would be at the stadium. Turned out to be a good shout although you can only park there for two hours max. Ainslie Park is a well maintained basic affair with two seated areas which have a combined total of 500 seats. Standing area at three sides of the 3G artificial pitch.
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6 months ago
Excellent community football facility. Offers good views for spectators and easy access to food, clubhouse etc. Great location and plenty of on-street parking nearby too if the club and leisure centre car parks are full. Stands are close to the pitch as well.
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4 weeks ago
Nice atmosphere but we waited like 20 mins in que and food was rubbish nice team though friendly pepole
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a week ago
Decent viewing from behind the goals. Food ok
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2 months ago
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History (from Wikipedia)

Ainslie Park on Pilton Drive in north Edinburgh is the home ground of Spartans, part of their Community Football Academy. The new facility incorporates a fully enclosed stadium which meets SFA and SFL criteria, with an artificial pitch, floodlights, seating for 504 spectators and an overall capacity of 3,000. Another full size, floodlit artificial pitch sits adjacent to the main playing area and the accommodation incorporates six changing rooms, a club room, committee room and a physio room. The Club ground holds a PA system and a bar for spectators.

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