A mural commemorating Scotland's iconic 5-1 win over England at the site of Glasgow's first Hampden Park has been completed.

Images from Hampden Bowling Club, which hosted the first ground back in 1882, show the completed art-work visible from railway line to Cathcart after a successful fundraiser.

Since March, more than £3000 was raised by The Hampden Collection - a group dedicated to the history of Scotland's national stadium - to commemorate the ground's symbolic past.

The current iteration of the stadium, the city's third, lies just half a mile from the original park on the existing site of bowling club.

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Graeme Brown, co-founder of the Hampden Collection said: "This mural is an incredible tribute to the history of this site and we would like to thank everyone who has donated to the campaign.

"We have had donations from as far afield as Australia, showing how we are broadcasting 1st Hampden’s glorious past to the world.

"Our ultimate ambition is to #Restore1stHampden and ensure it becomes an essential part of Scottish History for future generations to enjoy."

The first Hampden Park was the world's first purposefully built international football ground and is widely considered to be where the modern passing game of football was invented.

The mural will be seen by around 200,000 people per week viewed from trains and passers-by on Cathcart Road.

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And it couldn't come at a better time, as thousands of Tartan Army supporters head to the area for Scotland's clash with Belgium tonight. 

Ashley Rawson, artist-in-residence of the Hampden Collection, added: "Seeing my Hampden mural project finished and ready for all those commuters and football fans to enjoy is fantastic.

"I’m hoping it will inspire our current Scotland team to mirror the 1882 exploits of Charles Campbell and Andrew Watson.

"It’s been a real honour and pleasure to help shine a light on a much-ignored piece of Scotland’s football history and I’d encourage everyone to take photos of the mural and spread the news about the 1st Hampden park."

You can view more information about The Hampden Collection here.