The Venue – EFDN STEM Conference
The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) will organise the STEM Network Conference on the 29th of June in Glasgow. The event will take place at Hampden Park, Scotlands National Stadium.
- Built: 1903, increased in 1927 & 1937
- Peak attendance: 149,115
- Capacity: 51,866
- Home of the Scotland national team
- Used for the Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, music concerts and other sporting events
Hampden Park was the biggest stadium in the world when it was opened and it houses the offices of the Scottish Football Association and the Scottish Football League (SPFL).
The SPFL Trust is an independent registered charity associated with the Scottish Professional Football League, working in partnership with Scotland’s 42 professional clubs and external agencies to promote, support, fund and administer activities which inspire SPFL clubs to help meet the identified social needs of the people of Scotland.
SPFL Trust’s purpose is to use football’s unique presence to assist Scotland’s people to achieve their goals and improve their life chances.
SPFL Trust’s vision is to work with SPFL clubs to use the unique power of football to engage with communities.
The SPFL Trust leads or collaborates on a range of key projects including Football Fans in Training, the 442 Reading Challenge, The Changing Room, Festive Friends, Joy of Moving and Mental Health First Aid Training.