Stewart McDonald MP has welcomed the SFA’s announcement that Hampden Park will remain as Scotland’s national football stadium.
Glasgow South MP Stewart McDonald, whose constituency includes Hampden, said:
“The decision to keep Hampden as the home of Scottish football cements Glasgow’s reputation as a world-class sporting city.
“This is not only welcome for the local community and the city’s economy as a whole, but also reinforces the historic relationship between the city and the beautiful game.
“We must now ensure this agreement benefits all parties involved and the local community, has the ambition to better our city’s sporting reputation even more, improves fan experience and secures a thriving future for Scotland’s most historic club – Queen’s Park.
“It is therefore imperative that the SFA work closely with all involved to ensure both Queen’s Park and Hampden Park itself can look forward to the next chapter in footballing history.”