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' Venues ~ 1- Bridgeton Waverley Football Club, Barrowfield Park was situated at Camlachie. Founded by former pupils of Queen Mary Street School in Bridgeton, but disbanded during World War 1. Later reformed, becoming a junior club in 1924, playing their games at Shawfield before moving to Barrowfield Park. Their stay here was quite short lived as the ground became the subject of a compulsory purchase by Glasgow Corporation who needed the land for the Barrowfield housing scheme 2- Olympic Stadium 3- Celtic F C 4- Queens Recreation Ground 5 -Riverside Schools Football Ground 6- Strathclyde Juniors Football Ground : Springfield Park, it opened in 1919 and remained in use until 1965 at Silverdale Street. Home of Strathclyde Juniors, who were founded in 1888, and who previously played at Beechwood Park at Dalmarnock until August 1901, and from there they moved to New Beechwood Park, before finally settling at Springfield Park. The team became defunct in 1963 7- Belvidere Bowling Club 8- Carntyne Dog Track : Opened in Oct. 1927, principally as a greyhound race track, in its history used for many other sports. Laid out on the site of a farm and former flapping track, it became the venue for the Scottish Greyhound Derby, and continued dog racing until May 1972. On 6th Aug. 1928 around 35,000 fans watched a boxing match at Carntyne between Tommy Milligan and Frank Moody. Also accommodated speedway events with meetings commencing in 1928. Between 1960 and 1962 Bridgeton Waverley football team played their home fixtures at the stadium. Early 1960’s efforts were made at Carntyne to generate revenue by a variety of means. October 1962 a casino was opened within the stadium. To lure customers Greenshield Stamps were on offer in May 1963, a golf driving range was also tried that summer with 40 balls for 2/6d. June 1966 stock car racing came to Carntyne to try and make the venue sustainable. Sadly lmost nothing remains 9- Glasgow Tramways Recreation Ground (Helenvale) 10- Glasgow Corporation Transport Bowling Club 11- Parkhead Juniors Football Ground:Helenslea. Founded in 1880, at one time the oldest club in the Scottish Junior League. Original Helenslea Ground was sited at Beattock Street and Powfoot Street. New Helenslea Ground was located at Methven Street with turnstiles in Cuthelton Street. It was also the venue for a boxing bout in July 1931 12 -Celtic Park Training Ground was the former New Barrowfield ground 13- Westhorn Bowling Green 14- Westhorn '