Seating Plan

The North Stand is usually the loudest part of the stadium on match day.  Most regular Tartan Army fans love this section.  Be prepared to stand for the whole game and walk out after the game having lost your voice.  Tickets are usually sold through the official Scotland Supporters Club and are often sold out the day the tickets go on sale. 

The East stand is normally the family enclosure.

Corporate Hospitality fills sections O1, O2, J1 and J2.  This section normally empties at half time and during the start of the second half.  Be prepared to sit for the entire game, and your only allowed to clap - no singing or standing in this section.

Disabled visitors are very well catered for.  They are normally accommodated at the front of P4 section allowing easy access through the tunnel.

The South Stand Upper is the home to the Hampden Park Debenture holders.  Even on sell out games there are still spare seats up there.  Amazing view, but no atmosphere.

Away Supporters are normally accommodated in sections P5 and P6, and if there enough, sections A1 and upwards from there.

Hampden Park Seating Plan

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  1. Thanks for this! This just helped me pick my seats for the Lithuania game. I’m coming from Canada and want to be as close to the action as possible so I got tickets in C1 as this was one of the only spots left in the North Stand. We’ll be coming!!

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