Experience the thrill of watching a live sporting event in Hampden Park, one of soccer's most celebrated arenas. The stadium is the home ground for the Scottish soccer team as well as Queen's Park Football Club. Watch a match here with cheering loyal fans or browse the stadium’s museum, which tells the story of Scottish soccer to the present day.
Queen's Park Football Club was started in 1867 and played an important role in developing the football associations of the U.K. Hampden Park came into being when the club bought a patch of land in 1903 and built what was then the largest stadium in the world. The park has been the national ground ever since then.
Cheer and groan with local fans over 90 minutes of thrilling soccer as Queen's Park or Scotland attempt to lob, pass and tackle their way to victory. Book VIP tickets for a match experience with a difference. Executive boxes and lounges offer stylish and exclusive spots for watching the game.
Browse memorabilia and oddities from well over a century of sport in the Scottish Football Museum. The exhibits combine film footage and thousands of items for a comprehensive look at the triumphs and failures of soccer in Scotland. The Hall of Fame celebrates some of the nation's finest players. Visitors can also sit in the original dressing room from the park's earliest days.
Hampden Park is also used as an event venue, with some of the biggest names in rock and pop filling the gigantic stadium for epic concerts. In the past, artists including ACDC, U2 and Coldplay have performed at the arena when touring.
Take the train to King's Park or Mount Florida Station for access to Hampden Park. Several buses also leave from the city center to the stadium, which has stops of the same name. Check the Scottish Football Association website for match schedules.