Visit Glasgow’s world famous football grounds including the venue of the world’s first international football match and take in its equally famous Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery.

Glasgow has three of the top 10 football stadiums in the UK

– more than any other city including London!

And is already acknowledged as a destination for football pilgrims across the world.

Hampden Stadium

Hampden Stadium is Scotland’s National Stadium.

When opened it was the biggest stadium in the world.

Your visit will include the full “Hampden Experience” with a stadium tour, entry to the award winning museum and hall of fame.


Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery

Voyage further into Glasgow’s culture with a fully inclusive tour of Tennent’s Wellpark Brewery situated in the historic East End of Glasgow City Centre, next to Glasgow Cathedral and The City Necropolis.

The Brewery was founded in 1740 by Hugh and Robert Tennent although brewing had been going on at the site on the banks of the Molendinar Burn for centuries beforehand.

This brewery is one of Scotland’s oldest ongoing businesses and brews some of the country’s favourite beers.

See first-hand the processes of brewing, canning and bottling, before sampling some of its excellent products.

Hamilton Crescent

Glasgow Football and Brewery Tours Hamilton Crescent

Finish off the day with a visit to Hamilton Crescent in the City’s West End, venue of the world’s first ever international football match and now home to West of Scotland Cricket Club.

The game played on 30th November 1872 was played between Scotland and England and watched by 4000 people.

It ended goalless!

Tour Information

Cost and duration
Glasgow football and Brewery Tour can be planned to suit all budgets and time available. The full tour including lunch at the National Stadium can take up to 8 hours.
Plan your tour early as there are limited spaces available on each tour.
Age Limit
Where the brewery tour is included in your excursion unaccompanied persons must be aged 18 or over. Persons over the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
All parts of the tour have wheelchair access other than the Brewery which requires patrons to negotiate various staircases within the operational area.
Modern executive transport appropriate to the size of the party is used in all tours.