Hampden Park

FC Queen's Park

  • Final European Cup of Champions 1959/60
  • Final European Cup of Champions 1975/76
  • Final UEFA Champions League 2001 /02
  • Final UEFA Cup 2006/ 07
  • World Bowl 2003
  • Olympic Games 2012 (Football )

As Hampden Park have been or are three of FC Queen's Park football stadiums used in Glasgow, Scotland respectively. The first, opened on June 9, 1867 football, is the oldest football stadium in the world. After another stop of the Queen's Park FC changed along with the place name Hampden Park on October 31, 1903 the current location. The currently only 52,500 seats arena bidding was for many years as the largest football stadium in the world until 1950, the Maracanã Stadium was opened. Both stages were earlier have six-figure attendances, which is no longer possible but by rebuilding measures and safety reasons. Such were on April 17, 1937 here 149 547 visitors the international match against Scotland England, one to applicable today in the UK attendance record that was not surpassed until after the Second World War in South America.

In Hampden Park, the home games of the Scottish national football team will be held. Even the NFL Europe team the Scottish Claymores wore a part of the home games from 1995 to 2004 in Glasgow.

Special matches

Curiously, took at Hampden Park two teams Frankfurt, Eintracht Frankfurt and Frankfurt Galaxy, each of playoffs to European titles in part. The footballers lost in 1960 while the European Champion Clubs' Cup against Real Madrid with 3:7, but won the Footballer 2003 World Bowl against the Rhein Fire.

1966 Borussia Dortmund won here the first German team a European title: the European Cup Winners' Cup. The final was won 2-1 after extra time against Liverpool.

In 1976, FC Bayern Munich vs AS Saint- Étienne with a goal by Franz " Bull" Roth in the 57 minutes his third European Champions Cup before 54 684 spectators.

2002 here lost Bayer 04 Leverkusen in front of 52,000 spectators the final of the UEFA Champions League against Real Madrid 1-2. Thus strengthened the dubious title of the eternal Second, because the factory club previously lost the final of the DFB Cup and playful the championship to end season.

2007, the final of the UEFA Cup between FC Sevilla and Espanyol took place. The Sevilla FC won the game 3-1 on penalties. With the extension it had been 2:2.

During the 2012 Olympic Games were held here seven group matches and one quarter-final of the Olympic football tournament.