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Scottish Championship Football Grounds in Scotland

Map of Scottish Championship stadiums

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List of Scottish Championship stadiums

0/10 grounds visited (0%)

New Broomfield (Excelsior Stadium)
Gayfield Park
Ayr UnitedAyr United
Somerset Park
Dundee UnitedDundee United
Dunfermline AthleticDunfermline Athletic
East End Park
Greenock MortonGreenock Morton
Cappielow Park
Inverness Caledonian ThistleInverness Caledonian Thistle
The Tulloch Caledonian Stadium
Telford Street Park (old ground)
Partick ThistlePartick Thistle
Queen's ParkQueen's Park
Hampden Park
Hampden Park (1873-83) (old ground)
Titwood (old ground)
Cathkin Park (old ground)
Ochilview Park (old ground)
Firhill (old ground)
Lesser Hampden (old ground)
Queens Park Recreation Ground (old ground)
Raith RoversRaith Rovers
Stark's Park

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Last updated: June 2023

Next 12 Scottish Championship fixtures

Wed 13th December 2023   19:45   Cinch Championship at Gayfield Park
Sat 16th December 2023   15:00   Cinch Championship at Somerset Park
Greenock MortonvQueens Park
Sat 16th December 2023   15:00   Cinch Championship at Cappielow Park
Sat 16th December 2023   15:00   Cinch Championship at Tannadice
Fri 22nd December 2023   19:45   Cinch Championship at Stark's Park
Sat 23rd December 2023   15:00   Cinch Championship at Gayfield Park
Fri 29th December 2023   19:45   Cinch Championship at Tannadice

Fixture data compiled from multiple sources, please check before travelling.

Scottish Championship Information

NameScottish Championship
Level on pyramid2
Promotion toScottish Premiership
Relegation toScottish League 1

Grounds in Scottish Championship Ordered by Capacity

1.Hampden Park home to Queen's Park51,866
2.Tannadice home to Dundee United14,209
3.East End Park home to Dunfermline Athletic11,998
4.Cappielow Park home to Greenock Morton11,100
5.Firhill home to Partick Thistle10,887
6.Somerset Park home to Ayr United10,185
7.New Broomfield (Excelsior Stadium) home to Airdrieonians10,171
8.Stark's Park home to Raith Rovers10,104
9.The Tulloch Caledonian Stadium home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle7,711
10.Gayfield Park home to Arbroath6,488
  • Biggest stadium in Scottish Championship: 51,866 - Hampden Park
  • Smallest stadium in Scottish Championship: 6,488 - Gayfield Park
  • Total capacity in Scottish Championship: 144,719
  • Average capacity in Scottish Championship: 13,156

Best supported teams in Scottish Championship

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.Dundee United213
2.Dunfermline Athletic199
3.Partick Thistle108
4.Inverness Caledonian Thistle88
5.Ayr United84
6.Raith Rovers72
7.Greenock Morton51
8.Queen's Park29
  • Most fans in Scottish Championship: 213 - Dundee United
  • Fewest fans in Scottish Championship: 19 - Arbroath
  • Total Scottish Championship fans: 889
  • Average number of fans in Scottish Championship: 81

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in Scottish Championship?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Queen's Park77.97
2.Dunfermline Athletic63.96
5.Partick Thistle50.73
6.Greenock Morton48.47
7.Ayr United46.33
8.Dundee United44.25
9.Raith Rovers41.63
10.Inverness Caledonian Thistle38.26
  • Most travelled fans in Scottish Championship: 78 grounds visited - Queen's Park
  • Least travelled fans in Scottish Championship: 38 grounds visited - Inverness Caledonian Thistle
  • Average # grounds visited in Scottish Championship: 46.96

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