New VenuesThe National Indoor Sports Arena (NISA) & The National Velodrome
A 5,000 seat National Indoor Sports Arena and 2,000 seat velodrome with Sport Scotland HQ on a central avenue between is proposed for land adjacent to Celtic Park, accessed by the East End Regeneration Route, a new Parkhead train station and refurbished Dalmarnock station.Badminton
A brand new venue for the community, the National Indoor Sports Arena, within walking distance of the Athletes’ Village, will host badminton during the Games.
A new international facility for Scotland, the NISA will play a huge part in the development and regeneration of our city.
Situated next to Celtic Park, where the opening ceremony will take place, and the new National Velodrome, NISA will have room for 5000 spectators. This will create an incredible atmosphere during the Games and a wonderful, sustainable championship venue afterwards.Track cycling
The National Velodrome will be the new home for Scottish cycling and will host all of the track cycling events during the Games.
The velodrome will be a brand new venue for Scotland, within walking distance of the village. Another new international facility for Scotland, the National Velodrome will play a huge part in the development and regeneration of our city.
Situated near to Celtic Park, where the opening ceremony will take place, and the new National Indoor Sports Arena, the velodrome will be a wonderful Games venue and a permanent home for successive generations of Scottish cyclists.
With 4000 seats during the Games, reduced to 2500 afterwards, the velodrome will generate huge amounts of noise and excitement. Cycling is a sport in which Scotland excels, so this venue will be perfect for the passionate home crowd.
After the Games, this venue will be large enough to host major championships, but it will also be a sustainable community facility. As well as being a training venue for the elite cyclists, our velodrome will also be a place where youngsters can learn how to cycle safely.