Football fans and tennis aces are being asked to take advantage of a facilities at a Bearsden leisure centre. 

Two indoor football pitches and a tennis court are now available to book at the centre's new Sports Dome, which opened its doors on Monday.

The new facility was built on the site of the old Allander and is accessed via the new centre.

The Sports Dome is operated by East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture (EDLC) Trust and is the last phase of the Council’s Allander Leisure Centre project.

Councillor Jim Gibbons, chair of EDLC Trust, said: "The Sports Dome is already proving popular, with bookings filling up fast.

"It offers two large indoor football pitches – suitable for 5v5 or 6v6 – and an indoor tennis court, which can be used for both singles and doubles. We look forward to welcoming you."

Glasgow Times: Football pitches and the tennis court can be booked up to seven days in advance and eight days for

The centre has an upgraded car park now which offers over 250 spaces with reserved bays for people with disabilities and newly-installed cycle shelters.

Electric vehicle charging stations will be operational soon aiding eco-friendly travel to the centre.

Users can secure their slots on the pitches or tennis court up to seven days in advance and eight days for members.

For those interested in booking a slot, enquiries can be made online on the leisure app/leisure Hub, by phone or in person at the leisure centre.

Glasgow Times: Councillor Jim Gibbons said bookings are filling up fast

Further details regarding hourly rates and conditions, along with the booking platform, can be found on the official website.

The provision at the Sports Dome includes two 36m x 22m football pitches with options for rebound boards or line play.

The tennis court is a standard size, with with a hard surface, 6.4m depth behind each baseline and a 3.6m run-off at the sidelines.