HAMPDEN PARK will host Group D matches at Euro 2020 alongside Wembley Stadium in London.

UEFA’s Executive Committee met on Thursday to make a number of decisions relating to the venues for the cross-continent tournament.

Host cities were paired together in a random draw from six different lists of city pairings ‘established on the basis of sporting strength and geographical considerations’.

Glasgow was drawn in Group D alongside London, with Wembley taking Brussels’ three group matches and one round of 16 match after the Eurostadium project failed to meet conditions imposed by the Executive Committee.

Hampden Park will host three Group D matches and one last 16 clash, while Wembley had already been chosen as the venue for the semi-finals and final.

Scotland, along with every other host nation, will play a minimum of two games at home if they qualify for the tournament. 

Group A: Rome and Baku
Group B: Amsterdam and Bucharest 
Group C: Saint Petersburg and Copenhagen
Group D: London and Glasgow
Group E: Bilbao and Dublin
Group F: Munich and Budapest