Hamilton Crescent is a cricket ground, which is located in Partick, a district of the Scottish city of Glasgow.
The The West of Scotland Cricket Club used for its home games place was the venue for the first international match in the history of football, when faced Scottish and led by Cuthbert Ottaway English selection on 30 November 1872. The aim pursued by about 4,000 spectators game ended in a 0-0 draw.
By 1876 the place for more football matches was used before Hampden Park to the main venue of the Scottish home games was. 1877 also the final of the Scottish FA Cup was held in the square.