Hampden Park, Glasgow
Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland
This evening, I am focusing on the strong football (soccer) tradition in Glasgow, Scotland.  Glasgow is home of the two local ‘giants’, Celtic and Rangers, plus the Hampden Park National Stadium.
Hampden is actually owned by an amateur team called Queen’s Park F.C. and leased to the Scottish Football Association. This stadium was refurbished in 1999 and stages national and international football matches. Tours of the stadium and museum are available to visitors. 
Hampden Football Stadium, Glasgow

Hampden Football Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland

Celtic Football Stadium, Parkhead
Celtic Football Stadium, Parkhead, Glasgow
Celtic F.C. was founded in the East End of Glasgow in 1887 by a Roman Catholic priest and subsequently has enjoyed strong support from the Roman Catholic and Irish Nationalist community.  The stadium seats 60,000. Celtic’s match honours includes: one European Cup, forty two League Championships, thirty five Scottish Cups and four ten League Cups.
Tours of the stadium are available to visitors.
Celtic Football Stadium, Glasgow

Celtic Football Stadium, Glasgow, Scotland

Rangers Football Stadium, Ibrox

Rangers Football Stadium, Ibrox, Glasgow

Rangers F.C. was founded in 1872 on Glasgow Green and moved to present site in 1899. The team’s support is mainly drawn from the Protestant community. 
Rangers’ match honours include: fifty four League Championships, thirty three Scottish Cups and twenty seven League Cups.
The stadium has capacity for 51,000.
Tours of Rangers stadium are available to visitors.
Rangers Football Stadium, Ibrox

Rangers Football Stadium, Ibrox, Glasgow

Glasgow offers a good tour opportunity for football aficionados.
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