Sports Football
Capacity 52,063
Scotland's national stadium, Hampden Park is also the home of Third Division Queen's Park, the only amateur club participating in the Scottish league pyramid.

Other events including concerts are held at the venue, which underwent a £70 million refurbishment in X and is now rated as a five star venue by European football's governing body UEFA.

It has hosted major European football matches including two of the most famous finals in the history of the European Cup.

In 1960 Eintracht Frankfurt were beaten 7-3 by Real Madrid in one of the most famous matches in football history, and in 2002 Zinedine Zidane scored one of the greatest goals in football history, again for Real Madrid, as they beat another German team, Bayer Leverkusen.

The 146,443 crowd who witnessed the Rangers V Celtic Scottish Cup final in 1937 is a European football record attendance.

Hampden Park is also the home of the Scottish Football Association as well as the Scottish Premier League and Scottish Football League.

In 2012 the ground will host preliminary matches and one of the quarter finals of both the men's and women's football tournaments.