A cross-party group of MPs - led by Stewart McDonald - have written to the SFA, warning them that a move to the capital would be “devastating”.
Glasgow South MP Stewart McDonald, whose constituency includes Hampden, organised the joint letter to ramp up pressure on the SFA.
The letter claims a move to Murrayfield would create several “unknowns”, including the cost, the impact on Glasgow and the implications of policing Old Firm matches in Edinburgh.
The MPs also pointed out the move could potentially have a damaging impact on Queen’s Park.
“Glasgow has been home to world-class sporting events over many decades, at which Hampden has been a major part and enjoyed by many tens of thousands of people.
“To end that historic title as being the home of Scottish football would be a major blow to Glasgow’s reputation as a world-class sporting city.
“We ask the association to ensure Hampden Park remains as Scotland’s national stadium, with a deal that benefits all parties involved and has the determination and ambition to better our city’s sporting reputation even more.”