GLASGOW TIGERS fans have a date at Hampden Park to look forward to later this month.
The club's loyal supporters will get the chance to return to their former home venue as the ever active 'STARs' group host their latest talk-in event in the Lomond 3 Suite at the National Stadium on Saturday, February 20.
Hampden was home to the Tigers between 1969 and 1972 and, given its status, allowed the city to attract and stage high profile speedway events as well as hosting the Tigers domestic commitments.
Older speedway fans will fondly recall the exploits of Charlie Monk, Bobby Beaton and Jim McMillan to name but a handful of the shale stars from that era.
Poignantly, the event will be the first occasion that significant numbers of Tigers fans will have had in almost four decades to commemorate the tragic death of Norwegian rider Svein Kaasa who was killed in a track crash at Hampden during September 1972.
Headlining Saturday nights event are Britain's last two World Speedway champions, Gary Havelock and Mark Loram.
Supporters will also receive an update from Glasgow bosses Alan Dick and Stewart Dickson who are expected to make an exciting announcement on the night. Doors open at 6.30pm and is pay at the door.
Meanwhile, Tigers fans will get their first chance to see their new look 2010 side take to the Ashfield track when the club hosts its annual Press & Practice event on Sunday, 14th March at 2pm.