Hampden Park set to welcome fans back for crucial Men’s and Women’s qualification matches

Scotland Women’s National Team to play qualification campaign at national stadium

Tickets for all matches available from 29 July

Scotland supporters can look forward to returning to Hampden this autumn to support both the Scotland Men’s and Women’s National Teams in their crucial World Cup qualification matches.

Tickets for both Men’s and Women’s fixtures at the national stadium will go on sale on 29 July, with the Scotland Women’s National Team set to play all their FIFA Women’s World Cup qualification campaign matches at the national stadium for the first time.

After playing at Hampden in front of a reduced number of fans during EURO 2020, Steve Clarke’s side will return to the national stadium on 4 September to face Moldova, while new SWNT Head Coach Pedro Martinez Losa will lead his team out at Hampden for the first time on 21 September when they play Faroe Islands.

To celebrate the return of fans to Hampden, tickets for the Scotland Men’s matches this autumn have been kept at the low prices that saw the stadium sell out for the vital EURO 2020 Play-Off semi-final against Israel, before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the match to be played behind closed doors.

Tickets for the Men’s qualifiers will be available from as little as £5 for kids and concessions. Adult ticket prices begin from £15 in the East and West Stands and £20 in the North and South Stand for Scotland Supporters Club members, or £25 for non-members.

Scotland Supporters Club Members will be able to purchase two tickets for each of the Men’s matches from 10 am on 29 July, with the second ticket in each purchase not restricted to SSC members. Sales will open to the general public at 10am on 5 August.

SSC Members will be granted free access for all of the SWNT matches. Tickets will be available for non-members to purchase from 10am on 29 July, priced at £5 for kids and £10 for adults.

Under current Scottish Government roadmap plans, it is expected that there will be no restrictions on capacity at football stadiums by the time of the first of these fixtures in September. Should attendance capacity be restricted then all tickets sold will be refunded and a new sale will take place in line with Scottish Government restrictions.

Scottish FA Chief Executive Ian Maxwell: “The sight of Scotland supporters cheering the national team on at Hampden is something that we have been sorely missing throughout these difficult past 18 months, so it comes as a tremendous boost to us all to welcome fans back.

“With Scottish Government restrictions set to ease further in August, we are looking forward to welcoming a capacity crowd back to Hampden in time for the resumption of the Men’s qualification campaign.

“Even with the reduced capacity at EURO 2020, the backing that the fans gave to Steve and the players at Hampden was incredible. We want to continue to build on the momentum that the Men’s side has and have kept ticket prices low to try and get as many fans into the stadium as we possibly can.

“Now that Hampden has also been confirmed as the home of the Scotland Women’s National Team we want it to become a fortress for both sides and I know how much Pedro is looking forward to leading the Women’s team out when they get their campaign underway.”

A full breakdown of ticket prices is available below:


To purchase tickets or for more information, visit www.scottishfa.co.uk/scotland/supporters-tickets/scotland-tickets/