First Hampden site could be lost forever with bowling club in chaos with hopes of FIFA stepping in TWO padlocks on a gate point to a grave secret inside: the first Hampden Park is facing an existential crisis. Experts from Archeology Scotland arrived this week to continue excavating at the site which is located at in Glasgow’s south side amid general excitement about what they might find.
St Johnstone are going to Hampden Park again – their second home these days. Eric Nicolson picks out three talking points from the League Cup defeat of Dundee as they put themselves within two wins of a third trophy in 2021. ‘Big club’ aura beyond debate One day somebody will come up with a ‘big club’ formula – football’s equivalent of the Duckworth-Lewis Method that kicks in when it’s chucking it down at the cricket.
Arsenal and Scotland defender Jennifer Beattie says playing all of their Women's World Cup qualifying games at Hampden Park will provide a 'huge boost'. Speaking to Sky Sports news the centre-back said: “To see the SFA (Scottish Football Association) backing us and putting us in at Hampden for all our qualifiers was a really good feeling.
Scotland Women vs Faroe Islands: How to get tickets to see Scotland Women at Hampden Park, kick off time, how to watch, what TV channel it's on
The Scottish Women’s National Team return to Hampden Park for the first time since 2019 for a World Cup Qualifier against the Faroe Islands. Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game. Scotland Women make their long awaited return to Hampden Park this evening as they face the Faroe Islands in a vital World Cup qualifier.
Ed Sheeran Hampden: When is the singer playing in Scotland, how much are tickets and how to get tickets to Ed Sheeran tour
The award winning singer has confirmed he will be embarking on a massive tour, and has included two Scottish dates. Fans of British superstar Ed Sheeran can look forward to finally catching the hit-maker live after confirmation he will be heading out on the road again. The Halifax born singer has confirmed he will take his mammoth stadium tour to cities such as London, Manchester and Sunderland, while he has also included a double date at Hampden Park in 2022.
The singer-songwriter has included some Scottish dates in 'The Mathematics Tour' Ed Sheeran fans can celebrate that Friday feeling as the singer today announced his huge 2022 tour. The songwriter will play 12 concerts in the first leg of 'The Mathematics Tour' - including two nights in Glasgow.
ED SHEERAN has announced dates for his next solo tour - with two nights in Glasgow. The famous singer-songwriter is bringing "+ - = ÷ x" to Scotland. He will play two shows at Hampden Park in Glasgow on June 16 and 17. Anyone who attends will need to purchase a ticket from an official ticket vendor as specially developed technology will be used to try and safeguard against unofficial secondary tickets.
Five of the biggest clubs in Scottish football have joined forces to commission an independent strategic review into the SPFL. With the blessing of the league’s governing body, Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs, Dundee and Dundee United have reached out to Deloitte’s Sports Business Group to conduct the first stage of a six-month review looking to grow, develop and revamp professional football in this country.
Former professional footballer, Joe Thompson, who had cancer twice during his playing career, has helped kick start the move by ScottishPower to continue their partnership with Cancer Research UK for a further three years. Joe, who made 225 appearances in the Football League during his career, was diagnosed with nodular sclerosis Hodgkin lymphoma in 2014 and was treated with six months of chemotherapy.
PICTURE the scene. Mount Florida. Saturday, October 9th. 4.57pm. The concourses outside Hampden Park are teeming with members of the Tartan Army. Amy MacDonald is singing Flower of Scotland to a half-empty national stadium. Wee Shuggie has been on the batter from 11am, and is now trying to unlock the smartphone his granddaughter got him, while asking the steward what the f*** a QR code is.
Lyndon Dykes insists the benefits from Scotland’s 1-0 win over Austria stretch beyond three World Cup qualifying points. The QPR striker scored his second international goal in two games, converting a VAR-awarded penalty in the 29th minute, to take Scotland into second place in Group F on 11 points, seven behind runaway leaders Denmark.
It was shortly after midnight on July 29, 1950, and taxi driver John Kennedy was making his way along Prospecthill Road, near Hampden Park. In the late evening gloom and drizzle, he spotted a crumpled body lying on the roadside. At first, John thought that it was a drunk or some poor unfortunate who'd been attacked and left for dead.
Scotland coach John Carver says a World Cup qualifying victory over Austria on Tuesday would set up a blockbuster Hampden Park encounter with Israel next month. The Scots have moved into third place in qualifying Group F, a point ahead of Austria who were defeated 5-2 by Israel on Saturday.
All the action as it happens at the national stadium. Scotland take on Moldova on Saturday evening in the second match of their World Cup qualifying triple-header. Steve Clarke and his side will be looking for a much better performance than the one witnessed in Copenhagen during the week.
All the action as it happens at the national stadium. Sign up to our Football newsletter Sign up to our Football newsletter Scotland v Moldova LIVE Almost a chance for Robertson as he plays a great one-two with Nisbet. It looked like he was in one-on-one with the goalkeeper but his marker recovered to knock it off the Liverpool man for a goal kick.
Steve Clarke urging performance from Scotland players against Moldova as fans return in number to Hampden Park
Scotland boss Steve Clarke has called on his players to deliver a performance for the returning Tartan Army against Moldova. An expected crowd of 35,000 at Hampden Park will see Scotland tonight, with Clarke keen for his players to harness the atmosphere to deliver a big result. The midweek defeat against Denmark dropped Scotland to fourth in their qualifying group, putting an onus on three points in Glasgow tonight.
Scotland are presented with a good opportunity to rebound from defeat against Denmark, hosting Moldova on Saturday night. Liam Kelly picks out a best bet for the game. Football betting tips: World Cup qualifiers 2pts Scotland to win and Over 2.5 Goals in the match at 17/20 (Betway)
SCOTLAND will aim to get their World Cup qualifying bid back on track against Moldova. Steve Clarke's men suffered a massive setback in Copenhagen on Wednesday when Denmark cruised to a 2-0 victory. The Scots slumped to fourth place in Group F and know they must get three points on the board at Hampden on Saturday.