The hotel video guide for booking the best deals online - TVtrip

Somerset Park (United Kingdom)

  • Overview
  • Map
  • Photos
loader
illustration

Somerset Park - {CATEGORY}

Somerset Park is a football stadium located in Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland. It has been the home of Ayr United since they were founded in 1910. Prior to that, it was the home ground of Ayr F. C. . It currently has a capacity of 10,185 of which 1,597 is seated, making it one of the largest capacity stadiums outside of the Scottish Premier League. The Somerset Road end is the second-largest enclosed terrace in Scotland, after Palmerston Park, the home of Queen of the South F. C. in Dumfries. The ground's record attendance of 25,225 was set on 13 September 1969 in a match against Rangers.

Practical Information

Address: Ayr, Scotland

Country: United Kingdom

Capacity: 10 185

Surface: Grass

Dimensions: 110 × 72 yds (100 × 66 m)

Tenants: Ayr F.C., Ayr United F.C.

Opened: 1888

Architect(s): Robert Leich

Customer reviews

More info

Somerset Park - {CATEGORY}

Somerset Park is a football stadium located in Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland. It has been the home of Ayr United since they were founded in 1910. Prior to that, it was the home ground of Ayr F. C. . It currently has a capacity of 10,185 of which 1,597 is seated, making it one of the largest capacity stadiums outside of the Scottish Premier League. The Somerset Road end is the second-largest enclosed terrace in Scotland, after Palmerston Park, the home of Queen of the South F. C. in Dumfries. The ground's record attendance of 25,225 was set on 13 September 1969 in a match against Rangers.

Somerset Park - {CATEGORY}

Somerset Park is a football stadium located in Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland. It has been the home of Ayr United since they were founded in 1910. Prior to that, it was the home ground of Ayr F. C. . It currently has a capacity of 10,185 of which 1,597 is seated, making it one of the largest capacity stadiums outside of the Scottish Premier League. The Somerset Road end is the second-largest enclosed terrace in Scotland, after Palmerston Park, the home of Queen of the South F. C. in Dumfries. The ground's record attendance of 25,225 was set on 13 September 1969 in a match against Rangers.

International Sites

dansk | deutsch | ελληνικά | english | english | español | suomi | français | magyar | italiano | 日本語 | 한국어 | nederlands | norsk | polski | português | română | русский | српски | svenska | 中文 | 中文

International Sites

| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Why use TVtrip?

  • Best Rates

    Thanks to our booking partners you can access the rates on the web

  • Quality

    All videos are filmed by professionals

  • Maximum choice

    Choose over 35,884 video to help you make the right choice

  • Transparency

    Unbiased, professional videos to help you choose the right hotel

  • We speak your language

    TVtrip is currently in 22 languages

Informations

Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | About | Team | Press | Help | Contact Us

* Best min. prices over next 30 days and among our hotel booking partners.
The displayed amount is indicative and based on today’s exchange rate.

More info on filming your hotel?

© 2019 - TVtrip.com

Key