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 St Cadocs FC

It was the turn of St Cadocs to visit the John Cumming Stadium for this West of Scotland League clash. St Cadocs are new to the ranks of the West and only applied for membership this year to the newly formed league. That said they have recruited well for a new team and had many […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Port Glasgow Juniors FC

Carluke Rovers welcomed Port Glasgow to the John Cumming Stadium for this West of Scotland League game. Following last week’s defeat at Whitehill Welfare manager Mark Weir made a couple of changes to the starting lineup. One being the inclusion of former Lanark striker Lewis Hill as a trialist to spearhead the attack. The game […]

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Forth Wanderers FC vs Carluke Rovers FC

Due to issues with their park in Forth, which made it unplayable, the Wanderers decided to give up home advantage and play their game against Carluke Rovers at the John Cumming Stadium in this West of Scotland league game. The game kicked off with Forth playing with the advantage of a slight breeze but it […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Vale of Leven FC

After the humbling defeat, the week before against Johnstone Burgh Carluke were back in league action against Vale of Leven at the John Cumming Stadium. Rovers manager Mark Weir had left his players in no doubt about what was expected following the defeat the week before. The weather on the day was benign and perfect […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Johnstone Burgh FC

Terrible conditions at the John Cumming Stadium made for what would likely be a lottery as Johnstone Burgh were the visitors to face the Rovers. Few chances early on with the visitors looking like they were handling the high winds better. Carluke Rovers took an early lead thanks to the unfortunate Johnstone Burgh defender who […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Wishaw FC

On Saturday the much delayed start to the new West of Scotland Football League finally got underway with Carluke Rovers hosting local rivals Wishaw at the John Cumming stadium in Carluke. Unfortunately, there were no fans allowed to witness what was a pulsating match with both teams going all out to get a winning start. […]

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Carluke Rovers FC v Port Glasgow Juniors FC

After a great result last week Carluke Rovers were keen to follow that up with a second victory in a row against this weekend’s visitors who were Port Glasgow. The weather though was atrocious and the wind and incessant rain were to wreak havoc and make for a long afternoon for both sets of players […]

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