In Glasgow's East, the Athletes' Village has
been purpose-built to house 6,500 athletes and
team officials during the Games.
Located near to Carnoustie
Golf Links on Scotland's east
coast the 950 hectare centre
will be used for the shooting
The new trials at Cathkin Braes sit high on
Glasgow's South Side and will offer great
views across the city during next years games.
The 60,000 capacity home of Celtic will play host
to the Glasgow 2014 opening ceremony.
Emirates arena and sir Chris Hoy
Situated in the East
End of Glasgow, it’s
a short distance for
In track cycling and
The £5.5m venue is owned by Glasgow City Council
and is situated next to the Glasgow Green
Scotland’s national stadium has
played host to many big events in the
past, but the Glasgow 2014 Games
may the greatest yet, holding the
Athletics events and the closing ceremony.
For the Games this famous football turf will be
transformed into a rugby field for the Rugby
Situated in the West End of Glasgow,
Kelvingrove will host all the Lawn Bowls matches.
Located in Edinburgh, the A-listed
Royal Commonwealth Pool has the
distinction of being a host venue
at three Commonwealth Games.
Located on the banks of the River Clyde, the SECC
Precinct contains three venues that will host all
gymnastics, boxing, judo, netball, wrestling,
weightlifting and powerlifting events.
Owned by Glasgow City Council, this
complex in the West End of the city will
host squash and table tennis events
Triathlon venue, Strathclyde Country Park, is located
on the south-east edge of Glasgow and is already used
as a world-class rowing venue.
Redeveloped to the tune of
£13.8m, Tollcross is now a
world-class swimming venue
which caters for swimmers of all