Hampden Park Glasgow
Glasgow, G42 9BA
Hampden Park in Glasgow is Scotland’s national stadium.
Hampden is the home ground to Queen’s Park F.C. as well as the Scotland national football team. Hampden was built in 1903, though all signs of the original stadium are long gone since its renovation in 1999 .It is known throughout the world as an iconic home of football and celebrated its centenary on 31 October 2003. The stadium also houses the offices of the Scottish Football Association, SPL and Scottish Football League.
During the 2012 Olympics it will also host games during the early stages of the Olympic football tournament. It has also hosted prestigious sporting events such as the finals of the European Cup (now the UEFA Champions League) and the UEFA Cup.
Hampden will be the key stadium of the 2014 Commonwealth Games. It will host the athletics during the tournament, Glasgow having been announced as the host city on 9th November 2007. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events
If attending a football match or concert at Hampden Park in Glasgow why not stay at the Argyll Hotel.
Contact the Argyll Hotel for great offers on our Multiple Rooms : sleeping From 3 people to 5 people.
Acts Appearing at Hampden Park, Glasgow this year includes
30th June 2009
The European leg of the Black Ice World Tour will roll into Hampden Park, Glasgow on the 30th June 2009.
19th -21st June 2009
Take That :The Circus Tour 2009
Sell Out 3 Nights
4th July 2009.
The Eagles – Long Road Out of Eden Tour.
18 August 2009
U2, U2360Â° Tour
16th September 2009
Coldplay & Jay-Z, Viva la Vida Tour