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Complete Guide for Game Day at Hamish Black Field

Updated: Jun 29, 2021

The ultimate Game Day Guide to Edmonton Scottish SC and Edmonton Angels SC. How to get to the pitch, refreshments, restaurants, and hotels. Ticket pricing, parking, and a brief bio of the teams. Everything you will need to Get into the Game!

Edmonton Scottish and Edmonton Angels History

Edmonton Scottish was founded in 1907 and won its first Challenge Trophy in 2016. Among its roster are former FC Edmonton players, Paul Hamilton and Sam Lam, along with players with European experience such as Haris Kevac, Amer Halilic, and Francesco Saporito.

The Edmonton Angels are Canada's most successful women's team, with 9 Jubilee Trophies including 5 straight national titles between 1982 and 1986. They are coached by Canada Soccer legend Janine Helland and will count Danica Wu among the players on their roster (who notably played in the 2012 Olympics rematch vs. USA).

Both teams are recognized as Organisations of Distinction by the Canada Soccer Hall of Fame.

Attending an Edmonton Scottish or Angels SC Game

Watch as the Edmonton Scottish Society's bagpipers "pipe" in the players when they enter the pitch and provide a unique game atmosphere

About Hamish Black Field:

Hamish Black Field is located next to the Edmonton Soccer Dome in Grant MacEwan Park, the home of the Edmonton Scottish Society. Temporary seating is being brought in to increase the capacity of the field to 1,612. Located at 3105 101 Street SW, the venue can be easily accessed from Ellerslie Road and 91 Street, or from Ewing Trail and 41 Avenue SW. Additional access can also be found from 101 Street. Transit is also available by taking ETS route 521.

Where to park near Hamish Black Field:

With limited parking available, patrons should plan to start arriving 45 minutes to 1 hour early. The cost for parking is $5 per vehicle.

Buying Scottish SC or Angels SC Tickets:

Tickets range from $5 to $50 depending on the section and can be purchased online at

Drinks near Hamish Black Field:

An adult-only beer garden is set up adjacent to the pitch which will allow patrons to order our specialty "Gaffer's Lager" or "Rampant Red" beers to enjoy the match with.

After the Game:

Restaurants near Grant MacEwan Park:

The Thirsty Camel up 91 Street NW is a great place to enjoy a pint and watch Euro action.

Where to stay near Hamish Black Field:

Four 3-star hotels are within 5 minutes of Hamish Black Field, including a Best Western, Four Points by Sheraton, Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn, and Sandman.

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