Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland has been fitted with two large LED screens as part of plans to prepare it for hosting matches at the Uefa Euro 2020 national team football tournament.

The screens have been fitted in the stadium’s East and West Stands ahead of tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) Scottish Cup final between Celtic and Aberdeen.

The Scottish Football Association said that the Daktronics outdoor video display system that has been installed is currently only operational at two other venues in Europe – the Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid and London’s Twickenham Stadium.

Each screen measures 5.49 metres high by 19.75 metres wide and can provide live video, social media feeds, live scoring technology and animation to maximise the fan experience and also provide greater exposure for sponsors.

Moreover, 26 new skyboxes have been fitted in Hampden’s South Stand, with two sky lounges having been installed in the North Stand to enhance the ground’s hospitality offering.

Peter Dallas, Hampden Park Limited managing director, said: “Showcasing a minimalist modern contemporary look and feel, and incorporating the very latest smart audio-visual technology, the new corporate facilities at Hampden were designed and developed following review of the concepts used at Uefa Euro 2016 and other prevailing trends within the major events marketplace.”