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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 transfer of ownership between Queen's Park and the SFA will take place on August 1 2020 after Hampden hosts three games at next year's European Championships.
Hampden in the sun Cup semi-finals can be nerve-wracking but this young Jambo was the coolest cat at Hampden before kick-off as he soaked up the sun ahead of his side's 3-0 stroll.
There was a suggestion the Jambos might push for a switch to Easter Road, given the likelihood of just a few thousand Highland fans joining a "pretty sparse" Hampden attendance.
Aberdeen were set to play Rangers at Hampden at noon on Sunday, October 28, with the Bhoys tackling Hearts at the same venue at 7.45pm.
Hampden has been the spiritual home of Scottish football for more than a century, but fans constantly berate the lack of atmosphere when the stadium is half empty - as it often is for international friendlies and the majority of cup ties.
Hampden & Co said that Ray Entwistle is to retire later this year.
The animals gave their backing to Hampden Park and the retention of the 52,000 capacity stadium as the home of Scottish football.
(NYSE: BHLB) has completed the acquisition of Hampden Bancorp, Inc., the company said on Friday.
Baltimore, MD, September 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Melissa Evans, a Baltimore Realtor, has closed another successful deal in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore City, Maryland.
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).