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Murrayfield Ice Rink

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Murrayfield Ice Rink
MIR
Murrayfield Ice Rink - geograph.org.uk - 902146.jpg
Entrance to Murrayfield Ice Rink
LocationRiversdale Crescent, Murrayfield, Edinburgh
Coordinates55°56′35.95″N 3°14′37.88″W / 55.9433194°N 3.2438556°W / 55.9433194; -3.2438556
OwnerMurrayfield Ice Rink Ltd (Skating Rink)
Murrayfield Curling Ltd (Curling Rink)
Capacity3,800
Surface200 ft × 97 ft (61 m × 30 m)
Construction
Broke ground1938
Opened1952
Expanded1980 (Curling Rink)
ArchitectJ. B. Dunn & Martin [1]
Tenants
Murrayfield Royals (1952–1958)
Edinburgh Royals (1958–1966)
Murrayfield Racers (1966–1994)
Edinburgh Racers (1994–1995)
Murrayfield Royals (1995–1996)
Edinburgh Capitals (1998–2018)
Murrayfield Racers (2018–Present)
Website
murrayfieldicerinkltd.co.uk

Murrayfield Ice Rink is a 3,800-seat multi-purpose arena in the Murrayfield area of Edinburgh, Scotland, adjacent to Murrayfield Stadium. It was built between 1938 and 1939 and is home to the Murrayfield Racers ice hockey team and a seven-sheet curling rink which was constructed in the 1970s following the closure of Haymarket Ice Rink.[2]

Murrayfield Racers

The Murrayfield Racers have played at the Murrayfield Ink Rink since 2018. Winning the Scottish National League in their inaugural season.

Sports and events usage

  • Scottish National League (ice hockey)
  • NIHL North Cup
  • Murrayfield Ice Skaters Club (figure skating)
  • Murrayfield Juniors Ice Hockey Club
  • Edinburgh Eagles University Hockey
  • Recreational Hockey (Caledonia Steel Queens, Edinburgh Knights, Edinburgh Lions, Edinburgh Phoenix, Edinburgh Stingers)
  • Murrayfield Skating School
  • Murrayfield Skating Academy
  • Edinburgh Fringe Festival Venue

References

  1. ^ "DSA Building/Design Report". Dictionary of Scottish Architects 1840-1980. Dictionary of Scottish Architects. Retrieved 1 April 2012.
  2. ^ Bellshill Curling Club

External links


This page was last edited on 1 February 2021, at 16:38
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