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Hampden

John. 1594--1643, English statesman; one of the leaders of the Parliamentary opposition to Charles I
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The SFA's lease on Hampden is up in 2020 and the association have revealed they will make a straight decision to either stay put in Mount Florida or move internationals, cup semi-finals and finals to Edinburgh.
Officials are likely to look favourably on the request to use Hampden - but no decision has yet been made.
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HAMPDEN - Oscar Hovagimian, 78, passed away on Wednesday, June 2, at his home in Hampden.
A veteran actor who has written biographies of prominent 19th century actors chronicles the life and career of Walter Hampden (1879-1955).
HAMPDEN Park is set to host more European finals - despite the rioting at last season's UEFA Cup Final in Manchester.
DAVID TAYLOR last night claimed credit for saving Hampden from the bulldozers.
KILMARNOCK were yesterday ordered to keep off the grass by Hampden chiefs, who knocked back a cheeky bid by the CIS Cup finalists to train at the National Stadium.
The Scottish Rugby Union never cease to amaze me and the decision to play last Saturday's international against Australia at Hampden Park instead of Murrayfield underlines what a shambles the game has become north of the border.
The Scots open up their World Cup qualification campaign at Hampden Park tonight, with the eastern Europeans arriving as group leaders following Saturday's 3-0 win over Moldova.