Hampden Park Glasgow

Hampden Park

Glasgow is proud to be one of the 12 host cities of Euro 2020 next June! Hampden Park – Scotland’s national stadium and home to the Scottish Football Association (SFA) is the momentous venue.

Located in the Mount Florida area of Glasgow, the 52,000 seated stadium is also home to the Scottish National Football Team and amateur Scottish League club Queens Park F.C.

Hampden also plays host to mega music concerts from international musicians like Beyonce, Ed Sheeran and most recently Pink . In 2014 it was also adapted as an athletics stadium for the Commonwealth Games.

Matches at Hampden Park
15 June, time tbc – Group D match
19 June, time tbc – Group D match
23 June, time tbc – Group D match
30 June, time tbc – Round of 16 (1E v 3A/B/C/D)

Getting to and about Glasgow
Glasgow is served by two major airports and is also near to a third, Edinburgh Airport, with an excellent road and rail network linking it to England. The city has an expansive public transport network, with buses enhancing a local urban rail network, along with the single-line Glasgow Subway. It is also very easy to find your way around on foot.

Silent Snow Disco coming to Kelvingrove Museum

Organised by Itison, the Christmas extravaganza from December 5 to December 23 – part two of itison’s Elfingrove bonanza – is coming to Kelvingrove Museum, which is set to be transformed into a Winter Wonderland.

City Sight Seeing Bus

Glasgow’s Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing bus is a fantastic and cheap way to see the city and The Kelvingrove hotel is just a few minutes walk from one of the many stops!

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh is Glasgow’s most well-renowned architect but was also a furniture/textile designer, interior decorator, artist and famous for his “mackintosh Rose” motif.