- Name: Hampden Park
- Capacity: 51,000 seats
- Opened in 1903
- Home team: Scottish National Team, Queens Park
- Distance to city centre: approximately 5 km
- Hampden Park is the oldest international football stadium in the world.
- The stadium was also the biggest in the world between 1908 and 1950, with a crowd of 149,415 attending a Scotland-England match in 1937.
- Home to the Scottish Football Association (SFA), Hampden Park has been an all-seater stadium since 1992; current capacity is a little over 50,000.
- It was also the venue for one of the outstanding UEFA Champions League final goals – Zinédine Zidane's volley against Bayer Leverkusen in Real Madrid's 2002 success
📅 Matches at Hampden Park
Monday, 15 June - Group D: Play-off winner C v Czech Republic (14:00, local time) Friday, 19 June - Group D: Croatia v Czech Republic (17:00, local time)
Tuesday, 23 June - Group D: Croatia v Play-off winner C (20:00, local time)
Tuesday, 30 June - R16: 1E v 3A/B/C/D (20:00, local time)
⚽ Stadium history: Remember this great goal at Hampden Park?
A superb goal from Steven Fletcher put Scotland in front in a thrilling game.