If you’re keen to get a flavour for Scottish football without taking in a game, why not see Scotland’s most hallowed turf on a stadium tour? At Hampden, you can also visit the Scottish Football Museum, the world’s first international football museum, which is filled with thousands of items of football memorabilia – a must-see for any football fan. Take a tour of the grounds and follow in the footsteps of hundreds of footballers down the players’ tunnel, into the stadium.
Also in Glasgow, discover the home grounds of two world-famous teams and arch rivals, Celtic and Rangers. In the east, lies Celtic Park, where tours run daily, even on Saturday match day. To the west of the city, Ibrox Stadium is home to Rangers Football Club and its main stand, built in 1928 in red brick, is now a listed building. Tours of Ibrox run three days a week.
On Fridays, you can get a tour of Heart of Midlothian F.C.'s homeground, Tynecastle, in Edinburgh. It’s always best to book a tour in advance as tour times may change due to match fixtures.
Why not discover more about the many other home grounds up and down the country, or follow our sporting attractions itinerary?