As the the Scotland Men and Women's national teams are back at Hampden Park for our autumn World Cup Qualifiers, there is guidance and information that supporters should keep in mind.

COVID-19 Guidelines

  • Please DO NOT attend a match if you have any COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Only attend the match if you feel safe and well enough to do so.
  • Please carry out a Lateral Flow Test before attending the match.
  • Masks should be worn within the stadium and on public transport to and from the match.
  • Arrive early to avoid queueing on entry.
  • No bags larger than A4 to be brought to the stadium.
  • If you have not had one or either of your COVID-19 vaccinations, we would encourage you do so by registering here.
  • Hampden is now a cashless stadium at all kiosks and in all hospitality areas, so you will need to use a credit or debit card to make any purchase within the stadium.
  • All supporters are requested to bring their COVID vaccine status (proof of double vaccine certificate) to Hampden Park, where spot checks will be in operation. You can get your vaccine certificate HERE.
  • Saturday’s match against Israel will act as a trial run prior to the scheme being formally enforced from 18 October. Supporters will not be refused entry to the match on Saturday if they do not have their proof of vaccination.

Ticket Information

  • Tickets will have a QR code on them, watch the instructional video below to find out more about how these work.

Inside the Stadium

  • Masks should be worn within the stadium.
  • Hampden is now a cashless stadium at all kiosks and in all hospitality areas, so you will need to use a credit or debit card to make any purchase within the stadium.
  • At many matches, there will be a light show inside Hampden using a new lighting system installed as part of EURO 2020 stadium upgrades. Please be aware that the display will contain flashing and fast-moving light.
  • Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, there will not be any opportunity for fans to get autographs or selfies with players before, during or after the match.