The festival entertained hundreds of locals and tourists with a number of free football-based activities, including a freestyler octagon and power and accuracy cages, perfect for fans of any age to hone their skills.
The event offered a small taste of what’s to come next year when Glasgow joins 11 other European cities, including Rome, Bilbao and Bucharest, in hosting a special 60th anniversary edition of the European Championships.
Hampden Park will play host to 3 UEFA EURO 2020 group matches (15th, 19th, 23rd June 2020) which will include two home games for Scotland if they qualify, and a round of 16 match (30th June).
Fan zones are expected to welcome thousands of football fans from both home and abroad to enjoy outdoor entertainment, guaranteeing a spectacular and accessible experience for fans, families and visitors alike.
Ticket applications for UEFA EURO 2020 are open now until 12th July 2019. For full information on tickets including terms and conditions, visit euro2020.com/tickets.