Sport in Glasgow. Glasgow World Cup. Nov 2015.

Glasgow was voted one of the top 5 sporting cities in the world in 2016.  And it’s not hard to see why with rugby union, basketball, speedway, ice hockey, football, roller derby, cycling, shinty and netball just some of the sports serving up great spectator action.

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From weekly events to major championships Glasgow has it all.  The 2014 Commonwealth Games and 2015 World Gymnastics Championships were a massive hit, followed this year by the Homeless World Cup and European Curling Championships in George Square and at Braehead Arena.  And there’s more to come with the 2017 BWF Badminton World Championships at the Emirates Arena in 2017 and the 2018 European Championships the year after.

And whether it’s major championships or regular fixtures such as Rocks or Scottish Sirens in basketball/netball action at the Emirates Arena, boxing or wrestling at the Hydro, rugby or football in the PRO12/SPFL/SWPL, speedway at Peugoet Ashfield Stadium, cycling in the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, ice hockey at Braehead Arena and horse racing at Hamilton Park (and lots, lots more!) you won’t miss a moment with the SoS newsletter as we’ve got the best sport in Glasgow covered.

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Not to mention just a train journey or drive away in Edinburgh, Perthshire and the Borders we bring you news of top sporting action such as motorsport at Knockhill Racing Circuit and golf at St Andrews, along with Highland Games events taking place throughout the summer.

Great entertainment for families, friends and tourists alike, every week we profile the best of the action via our rolling Events! page complemented by our weekly newsletter ensuring sports fans never miss the sports they love, and also discover new ones they never new they did.

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