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A nice and polite Hampden Roar
Bring On The Robots!
International Athletics had it’s last gathering at The Kelvin Hall in Glasgow on Saturday before it travels out east to the new Scottish International Indoor Arena currently rising in the Dalmarnock skyline next to Celtic Park on the London Road. Many Glaswegians will remember The Kelvin Hall from their childhoods as the home of the Circus, others will remember fondly […]
Celtic Park Capacity: 62,837 Celtic Park is the largest football stadium in the city (and the country) and is the home of the only Scottish team to have won the European Cup. Celtic were in fact the first British team to win the European Cup, their 2-1 triumph over Inter Milan in Lisbon in May 1967 being hailed as a […]
Queens Park FC / Scottish Football Association Capacity: 52,103 The second largest football stadium in Scotland is also in Glasgow but it may surprise you to hear that it is the home of lowly Queens Park. This is because Queens Park play at Hampden Park, the national stadium and their history is crucial to the development Scottish football. View Larger […]
While 1967 was the year that Glasgow stood proudly on top of European football with Celtic’s triumph in the European Cup, it wasn’t all great for football lovers in the city. We’re not talking about Rangers fans, who came close to seeing their side win the European Cup Winners Cup, rather it was the demise of Third Lanark that brought […]
Partick Thistle FC Capacity: 10,921 Many people like to pose Partick Thistle as the cuddly and lovable alternative to football in Glasgow, providing relief from the nonsense that can overshadow Celtic and Rangers. The thing is, it just means Thistle fans actually hate everyone and should be classed as worse people! Ha…only kidding all you Harry Wraggs – a set […]
Glasgow Rangers FC Capacity: 51,082 The third biggest football stadium in Scotland is the home of Glasgow Rangers football club, the club which has the most domestic honours in football. Rangers, although formed in 1873, were fairly nomadic in their formative years and it was not until the final days of 1899 that the club played their first match in […]
Shawfield Stadium Clyde Football Club were founded in 1877 and for the first 21 years of their life, the club called Bridgeton its home. This was to change with a short hop across the Clyde to Shawfield, where on the 27th of August 1898, Clyde played out a 0-0 draw with local rivals Celtic at their new stadium. The attendance […]