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Glebe Park is a multi-purpose stadium in Brechinmarker, Scotlandmarker. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Brechin City F.C.. The stadium holds 3,960 people. It has three stands, the Main stand (benched seating), Cemetery (standing enclosure) end and the newest Trinity Road stand (seated). On the Trinity Road stand there is BCFC (Brechin City Football Club) on the seats, this is the end used for visiting fans when segregation is operation. The biggest ever attendance is 8,122 v Aberdeen, Scottish Cup 3rd Round, February 3 1973.

There is a perimeter hedge running about three quarters of the way down the north side of the ground behind the terracing. There is a small training pitch behind this.

"The Glebe" is also used for the reserve matches of SPL team Aberdeen.


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