Shawfield Greyhound Stadium, Glasgow

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Shawfield Greyhound Stadium is the ideal venue for a night out with a difference. With four licensed bars, a cafe and restaurant that can be prebooked you can be sure to enjoy your night at the races in comfort.

In order to enjoy the night please gamble responsibly. If you think you may have a problem with gambling please contact Gamcare on 0845 6000 123 or visit their website (http://www.gamcare.org.uk). Self-exclusion forms are available from any Tote booth in the stadium.

Under the Licensing Act 2005 it is an offence for any persons under 18 to place a bet or attempt to place a bet. It also an offence for any person to place a bet for someone under 18.

We operate a Think 21 policy so please don't be offended if we ask for proof of age when placing a bet. Acceptable forms of ID:

- Cards bearing the PASS hologram

- Photographic Driving Licences

- A valid Passport
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Shawfield Greyhound Stadium Reviews

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  • Miserable sad place, don’t waste your money! Wet windy bad facilities couldn’t get out quick enough.  more »
  • What a dive of a place, it is filthy. We will not be returning, it needs demolished. The seats are broken. The toilets are like something out of a 3rd world country. The glasses are dirty. Not...  more »
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  • Great night if you are up for a cheap and cheerful fun. It's is a simple dog track with shall we say basic facilities. But the dogs and a little flutter are the main attraction. I would say the staff are great, good banter and more than happy to help.
  • Absolutely shocking.been going for years with my grandchildren and always had a good night.first shock was paying £6-50 for an adult and £4 for a child over 11years old.then as usual we went to the cafe for the usual something to eat only for another shock.cheap bottle of juice normally 30p from farm foods £1 And outrageous price for a tea cake £1.a nearly died lol at the price of a tea cake which is the kids favourite but I wasn’t paying £4 for 4 tea cakes.might be back for the dogs but will stay clear from the cafe

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