Carluke Rovers moved into the newly built John Cumming Stadium in April 2011, playing their first competitive game against Benburb
The John Cumming Stadium is situated up the hill next to Carluke Leisure Centre and offers first class football facilities on its synthetic 4G surface as well as a fully equipped athletics venue with an eight lane track.

Parking is avalable in Leisure Centre, limited disabled parking is also available on matchday at the stadium.

Carluke Rovers FC v Finnart FC

Finnart were the visitors to the John Cumming Stadium for this friendly. The day however, kicked off on a sad note with both teams and spectator having a minutes silence in remembrance of former Rovers committee member Brian Smith who sadly passed away earlier in the week. Finnart having just won WOSFL Division 4 were […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Cambuslang Rangers FC

The visitors at the John Cumming Stadium today were high flying Cambuslang Rangers who sit proudly at the top of Conference B. This was going to be a tough outing for a Rovers team who have been ravaged by injury all season. The wind was to play it’s part in the game and Cambuslang took […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Renfrew FC

Carluke played their first competitive match of the new year under interim manager Kenny Neill following the departure of Mark Weir. It was hoped that a new year would bring better luck as it has been a difficult season to date but unfortunately the football gods failed to shine on Carluke once more as they […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Gartcairn FC

Gartcairn were the visitors at the John Cumming Stadium for today’s West of Scotland League game. Gartcairn are riding high near the top half of the league and this was going to be a challenging game for Carluke Rovers. However Carluke welcomed back Mark Cassidy for his first start in months to help tighten up […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Thorniewood United FC

It was the turn of Thorniewood United to visit the John Cumming Stadium for this West of Scotland League game. Thorniwood have been on a good run of late and the reverse fixture had resulted in an evenly matched 1-1 draw. The game was played in perfect wind free conditions and It didn’t take Carluke […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Port Glasgow Juniors FC

Carluke Rovers welcomed Port Glasgow to the John Cumming Stadium today for this West of Scotland League game. Currently the Rovers are decimated with injuries with nine first team players on a list that doesn’t seem to be going away. Again manager Mark Weir had to delve into the Carluke Rovers U20 Development Squad for […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Dalry Thistle FC

Carluke welcomed Dalry Thistle to the John Cumming Stadium for the first time on Saturday. This was an opportunity for Carluke to get back to winning ways after a disappointing midweek defeat. Dalry were also looking to start climbing the table from their own lowly position. After a cagey start by both teams it was […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Newmains Utd FC

Following the previous weekends disappointing result away to Cambuslang Rangers, Carluke Rovers would be expecting to go out and pick up some points as the next 2 matches were against lower teams in the league who had been struggling a bit themselves. The visitors to the John Cumming Stadium were local rivals Newmains United who […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Glasgow United

Following the excitement and atmosphere of last week’s glamour tie against Auchinleck it was back to the reality of league duty for Carluke Rovers at a wet and blustery John Cumming Stadium. The opposition was Glasgow United who had won the reverse fixture back in August and were on a run of 7 games without […]

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