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Hampden Park, Glasgow

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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3.1/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • Hampden Park is synonymous with soccer throughout the football universe. A fantastic tour here and full of many memories, both happy and sad. Highly recommended for a visit! In menacingly tight soccer...  read more »
  • Very hard to describe the emotion and feeling of being Scots in your national Stadium alongside another 36000, you have to be there to appreciate it 
  • i reacently took my 11 year old daughter to the stadium to see a scotland international team play for the first time, I found the seating to be perfect and the stewards controlling the crowds very wel...  read more »
  • Good atmosphere wen u win the cup for the first time since before this stadium was even built but apart from that, u cant see anything from behind the goals, the pitch is to far away, the layout aint the best everyone pilling in from the top, (not safe), the toilet layout is bizzare its dark and close aswell no (sun hits the stands) and the pitch is a joke, in my opinion Scotland should play in Edinburgh Murrayfield is far btr and more upto date and the fans a rite ontop of the pitch or at a stadium inbetween built like parkhead or murrayfield, hampden surely must be falling apart underneath all that cheap looking facade theyve covered it with
  • The Scottish football fan deserves better than this. Atrocious sightlines from almost everywhere. A world class dump.
  • Was here for a meeting but have also been to see football matches and concerts here too. Not great for viewing from the stands. Acoustics not too clever either. Football museum is worth a look too.
  • Ibrox & Celtic park are both better for football & murrayfield is far better for a national stadium in my opinion
  • toilets are bad couldn't work out when to open the gates to faraway from the pitch nowhere to park and to think that is the national stadium it's shocking
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