Glasgow National Hockey Centre is an impressive modern sporting complex dedicated to the development of hockey in Scotland.
It is the administrative home of Scottish Hockey the governing body of the sport in Scotland.
The complex boasts a single all seated spectator area and two state of the art water based playing surfaces. The building is protected by a sweeping roof which resembles a large aircraft wing.
The complex is the home of the Scottish Men and Scottish Women international hockey teams who often host their games here playing against the very best international sides in the world.
However the venue is not just for the elite; hockey might not be unique in encouraging participation at all levels and all ages but it excels in providing clubs and individuals of all abilities to take part in developmental events and competitive matches at this prestigious venue.
Where is it?
8 King's Drive Glasgow G40 1HB
Tel: +44 (0)141 550 5999
When was it built?
The venue was opened in 2013 and played host to the 2014 Commonwealth Games hockey matches in 2014.
Who's responsible for its design?
The venue was designed by Glasgow City Council's in-house design team and built by City Building. This project sustained 80 employees including 12 apprentices.
The venue is part of the city's Glasgow Green parkland.
Glasgow Green is the oldest of the city's Vctorian parks and home to the Peoples' Palace and Winter Gardens and the magnificent Doulton Fountain, the largest terracotta fountain in the world.