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History of Meadowbank:
Meadowbank Stadium was built for the 1970s Commonwealth Games, which was one of the most successful in the history of the event. After also holding the 1986 Commonwealth Games, it became the first venue to host the Games twice. After that, Meadowbank accommodated a vast array of memorable sporting and music events, the last one being Elton John in 2016.
From Old to New – Meadowbank Sports Centre
After being at the heart of Edinburgh’s sport and physical activity for almost 50 years, Meadowbank was closed for a full rebuild in 2017, re-opening to the public in June 2022.
The brand-new venue boasts a wide range of breathtaking facilities, including:
• 3 Spacious and Versatile Sports Halls
• Grade Bronze Stadium Pitch and a High Quality 3G Pitch
• Indoor and Outdoor Athletics Areas
• Padded Dojo
• Boxing Hall
• Squash Courts
• State-of-the-art Gym
• Modern Fitness & Cycle Studios
• Vibrant Café Refresh
The New Meadowbank Sports Centre has so much to offer to the local community and its commitment to health and well-being of the city has never changed. In addition to the above facilities, Meadowbank also offers a wide range of Sports Coaching, Sports Facilities Hire, Event Space Hire, Kids Holiday Clubs, Social Sports and more.
Be part of new history in the making and visit us at Meadowbank!