Uefa benefit for glasgow

Last month's Uefa Cup Final, which was held at Glasgow's Hampden Park and saw Sevilla claim glory for the second year running in a penalty shoot-out against fellow Spanish side Espanol, has so far brought a £15m boost to the local economy, according to Glasgow City Marketing Bureau.

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