for a game of football.
A teenage boy had to have a finger amputated after trying to climb a fence to get to a football pitch.
Youngsters are scaling a 12-foot fence to access a pitch at Tinto Primary School in Newlands, which is locked after school hours.
At least two people have been injured climbing the fence.
Arif Syid, 14, climbed the fence to join six of his friends for a game of football during the Easter Holidays.
However, as he jumped down a ring on his finger caught in the fence.
The fourth finger of his right hand was completely severed.
Arif's friends raised the alarm and his mother rushed to the school while his sister Shaneem, 27, tried to calm him on a mobile phone.
Fire crews had to break a padlock on the fence to reach the teenager.
He was rushed to the Victoria Infirmary and was later transferred to Glasgow's Royal Infimary for surgery to re-attach his finger.
However the operation was not a success and days later surgeons had to amputate it.
On Sunday night paramedics were again called to the pitches after a 20-year-old man was injured. He is also believed to have lost a finger.
Witnesses said another child was found hanging by the hood of his top after attempting to scale the fence.
Parents fear it is only a matter of time before an even worse accident happens.
They claim they were told during the planning process for the school, which opened this year, that children would have access to the pitch after hours.
Arif's mother Naseem, 48, said: "I'm very, very angry about what's happened.
"Not all children want to hang around the streets. I would far rather he was playing football than doing that."
John Apczynski, a member of the school board, said: ""It was promised at the beginning of the new school proposals that local children would be given free access to the facility.
"It is only a matter of time before another accident happens.
"The children have no community facilities and with the summer approaching I am keen to resolve this issue.
A spokesman for Glasgow City Council said it was essential the gates were locked to keep the pitch in good order for local community groups.
He added "We have not received any complaints. If somebody is acting illegally they have to take responsibility for that."