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Broomfield Park was a football stadium in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, home of Airdrieonians from 1892 until it was closed after the 1993–94 football season. Airdrieonians F.C. was formed in 1878 and the club opened Broomfield in 1892. The Broomfield corner pavilion was built in 1907. After winning the 1923–24 Scottish Cup, the club built a main stand, adjacent to the pavilion. The record attendance at Broomfield Park was 24,000, in a Scottish Cup quarter-final match against Hearts on 8 March 1952. Floodlights were installed in 1956, and a roof was built over the Enclosure (opposite the main stand) in 1959. The ground was unusually narrow, at just 67 yards wide, and was built in a natural hollow. These physical features, and the proximity of the stands to the pitch, meant that Broomfield ha

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  • Broomfield Park adalah sebuah stadion sepak bola yang terletak di , North Lanarkshire, Skotlandia. Stadion ini adalah markas dari klub sepak bola Airdrieonians yang berkapasitas 12.620 tempat duduk. Broomfield Park dipakai untuk pertandingan resmi sejak 1892 dan ditutup pada musim 1993-94. Rekor jumlah penonton adalah 24.000 orang pada perempat final Piala Skotlandia tanggal 8 Maret 1952.
  • Le Broomfield Park est un ancien stade de football construit en 1892 et fermé en 1994, et situé à Airdrie, en Écosse.
  • Broomfield Park was a football stadium in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, home of Airdrieonians from 1892 until it was closed after the 1993–94 football season. Airdrieonians F.C. was formed in 1878 and the club opened Broomfield in 1892. The Broomfield corner pavilion was built in 1907. After winning the 1923–24 Scottish Cup, the club built a main stand, adjacent to the pavilion. The record attendance at Broomfield Park was 24,000, in a Scottish Cup quarter-final match against Hearts on 8 March 1952. Floodlights were installed in 1956, and a roof was built over the Enclosure (opposite the main stand) in 1959. The ground was unusually narrow, at just 67 yards wide, and was built in a natural hollow. These physical features, and the proximity of the stands to the pitch, meant that Broomfield ha
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