GLASGOW CITY will play their home games for the 2020/21 campaign at Broadwood Stadium, home of League One men’s team Clyde, the club have announced.

Scott Booth’s side have spent almost the entirety of their 22-year history at Petershill Park in Springburn in the north east of Glasgow, barring a three-year spell at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium between 2014 and 2017.

But when the new Scottish Building Society SWPL1 season kicks off, Broadwood – located in Cumbernauld, just outside of Glasgow – will be the home of the reigning champions, with a statement on the club’s website explaining “the move is temporary while Petershill Park is unavailable for use”.

Glasgow City will make their home debut at the stadium in early November when they host Forfar Farmington in matchday two of the SWPL1 campaign following a trip to Celtic on the opening day.

The Champions League quarter-finalists last played at Broadwood in April 2019, when Booth’s side recorded a 5-1 win over Rangers in the semi-finals of the SWPL Cup before they lost on penalties to Hibernian in the final a month later.