Power-Ranking World Football's 50 Best Stadiums.  Ibrox Stadium: Glasgow, Scotland   Opened: 1899    Capacity: 51,000+    Tenants: Rangers FC    Although Rangers Football Club are going through the worst period in their history, their home, Ibrox Stadium is still an icon of footballing venues known throughout the world.

Power-Ranking World Football's 50 Best Stadiums

Power-Ranking World Football's 50 Best Stadiums. Ibrox Stadium: Glasgow, Scotland Opened: 1899 Capacity: 51,000+ Tenants: Rangers FC Although Rangers Football Club are going through the worst period in their history, their home, Ibrox Stadium is still an icon of footballing venues known throughout the world.

Hampden Park, Glagsgow, Scotland's national stadium. The 1937 Scotland v England match had an official attendance of 149,415, but at least 20,000 more people entered the ground without tickets. 1 week later the 1937 Scottish Cup Final between Celtic and Aberdeen drew an official crowd of 147,365, with 20,000 more people locked outside.

“ Hampden Park Glasgow ”anyone remember the stoor up your nose in the schoolboys enclosure

Hampden Park

On the stadium tour you will experience Hampden Park as the players do on a match day – visit the underground roadway, team changing rooms, and get the chance to strike a ball in the Hampden Hotshots gallery and have the speed of your shot electronic

Tannadice and Dens Park Dundee

Dundee United's Tannadice Park and Dundee's Dens Park, famously the two closest professional clubs in the world.

Stair park

Rangers fans at Stair park, Stranraer

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