Hampden Park in Glasgow is Scotland’s National Stadium and is home to Queens Park F.C. and Scotland’s National Football Team. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events.
The stadium has hosted European Cup & UEFA Cup finals. During the 2012 Olympic Games it will be used to host early stages of the football tournament. Hampden will be the key stadium of the 2014 Commonwealth Games where it will host Athletics events.
When the stadium was converted to an all seated venue during the 1990?s T.G. Baker installed a PA/VA system that was fully compliant with the relevant standards at that particular time; the final phase was completed in 1999. In 2004 a new Digital Routing Matrix (DSP) was installed with associated amplification and the loudspeaker system in the bowl seating area was upgraded to music quality to enhance the match day experience. The system is used to great effect during home International Matches and major Cup Finals to motivate and entertain the crowd.