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Established
1874 (147 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
New Douglas Park
(6,018 Capacity)

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Location
Hamilton, South Lanarkshire

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Scottish Championship

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Upcoming Events
23 Oct 21 Kilmarnock   -  Hamilton
26 Oct 21 Hamilton   -  Queen of
30 Oct 21 Morton   -  Hamilton
06 Nov 21 Hamilton   -  Arbroath
13 Nov 21 Hamilton   -  Raith Rvs

Latest Results
15 Oct 21 Hamilton  1 - 6  Partick
02 Oct 21 Hamilton  2 - 1  Inverness C
25 Sep 21 Dunfermline  0 - 0  Hamilton
18 Sep 21 Hamilton  0 - 2  Ayr
11 Sep 21 Arbroath  4 - 0  Hamilton

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Hamilton Academical Football Club, often known as Hamilton Accies, or The Accies, is a Scottish football club from Hamilton, South Lanarkshire who currently compete in the Scottish Championship, having been relegated from the 2020–21 Scottish Premiership. They were established in 1874 from the school football team at Hamilton Academy and remain the only professional club in British football to have originated from a school team. Hamilton have won the Scottish Challenge Cup twice and have finished runners-up in the Scottish Cup twice. The club currently play their home games at New Douglas Park.

Brian Rice is the club's manager, and was appointed in January 2019.

Team Members
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Lucas
Akins



James
McArthur
#18


Alex
Neil



Tomáš
Černý



James
McCarthy
#22

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Stadium or Home

New Douglas Park is a football stadium in Hamilton which serves as the home of Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical. It takes its name from Douglas Park, the club's former stadium.

Construction of the stadium was completed by Ballast Nedam in 2001. The pitch was converted to artificial FieldTurf in 2004. After Hamilton was promoted to the Scottish Premier League in May 2008, the artificial surface had to be replaced by grass due to league rules. In addition to the turf replacement, a temporary stand was erected in March 2008 to bring the stadium's capacity up to the league requirement of 6,000 all seater.

At the beginning of season 2013-14 Hamilton returned to an artificial playing surface.

During the 2013-14 season, Albion Rovers played Scottish Cup ties against Motherwell and Rangers at the stadium.

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