Hampden Park is Scotland’s national stadium and is located in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow.
Hampden has been the venue for some truly memorable games at both club and national level, none more so than the 1960 European Cup final when Real Madrid defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 7 - 3 in what is widely regarded as the finest club game ever. In 2002, Hampden staged the Champions League final, Real Madrid beating Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 and Zinedine Zidane scoring one of the greatest ever goals.
Hampden is the home of the Scottish Football Association. The national team play their home matches at Hampden as do Queen’s Park who compete in the Scottish Football League. The Scottish Cup final is played annually at Hampden.
The stadium underwent major refurbishment in the late 20th century and Hampden enjoys UEFA’s coveted five star status. Hampden also stages major rock concerts.
The Hampden Experience is a must-do and involves taking a tour of the stadium, visiting one of the world’s best football museums and seeing the Scottish Football Hall of Fame.
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