National Indoor Sports Arena Glasgow
The National Indoor Sports Arena (NISA) is a new sports arena planned for Glasgow and will become a superb legacy for Scotland. The National Indoor Sports Arena will provide Scotland with its principal indoor sporting venue for elite training with the flexibility to host 5,000 spectators. It will be built beside the Commonwealth Games Village in Dalmarnock in the east of Glasgow, near Celtic Park.
The National Indoor Sports Arena will linked to the National Indoor Velodrome by a 34m x 80m connecting building, which includes circulation spaces, as well as offices for the National Sport Federations. The National Velodrome will have 2,000 seats, and it is anticipated that this will become a world centre for cycling and a ‘wheels’ facility for the local community, as it will also feature an online skating facility.
The National Indoor Sports Arena (NISA) will be a national multi-sports venue that can act as a dedicated sports venue able to host national and international sports events.
The facilities in the National Indoor Sports Arena Glasgow will include a 200m athletics track with 5,000 spectators, 250m velodrome track with 2,000 spectators which will be expandable to 4,000 spectators, 1km outdoor track, 3 community 5 a-side football pitches, 3 indoor basketball courts, a dance hall and a gymnasium.
The National Indoor Sports showpiece arena site preparations are well underway in 2009
Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014 : Badminton
Badminton has a large following throughout the commonwealth and the National Indoor Sports Arena will play host to the badminton programme during the Glasgow 20014 Commonwealth Games.
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