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Although best known as the home of Scottish Football League side Airdrieonians, the Excelsior stadium also offers superb amenities in the form of a range of function suites and a brand new public football facility.
First, the stadium boasts state-of-the-art playing surfaces, meaning that the football pitches can be in use seven days per week, without fear of wearing them out. Stadium staff can readily accommodate full 11-a-side matches as well as regular small-sided games for professionals and amateurs, adults and under-age players alike, and these playing facilities are backed up by superb changing and showering amenities.
However, the excellent ‘behind the scenes’ facilities should really take the limelight. A variety of meeting rooms and dining suites offer support for functions with attendances from 20 to in excess of 200 people.
Built with flexibility in mind, the Excelsior Stadium provides a novel and striking backdrop for just about any business or social occasion. The suites have regularly hosted board meetings, training courses, business conferences and sales meetings for companies and organisations in the private, public and voluntary sectors throughout North Lanarkshire. The facility has also provided a memorable and unique venue for birthday parties, communions, wedding receptions and all manner of functions and social occasions. Finally, each year, a schedule of Christmas Party events is drawn up, providing a great option for the perfect party venue.
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The Scottish Champions meet the French side at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium on Sunday and the First Minister is the latest public figure to support Scotland’s most successful women’s team in their historic European fixture.
Glasgow City are the first team in the country to reach this stage of UEFA’s flagship women’s tournament and sportsmen and women, celebrities, politicians and the wider football community are all hoping for a home win.
The First Minister commented: “Good luck to Eddie Wolecki Black and his Glasgow City team for their UEFA Champions League quarter-final first leg against Paris Saint-Germain.
“To be the first Scottish club – male or female – to reach this stage of the competition is a fantastic achievement, and I hope they can secure a positive result to take to Paris for the second leg.”
Sunday’s game at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium kicks off at 4.05pm and football fans can pay at the gate – entry is priced £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s.
For more information visit www.glasgowcityfc.co.uk