Scotland fans have arrived in London in their numbers ahead of Friday’s Euro 2020 Group D match against England at Wembley.
The supporters have been photographed gathered outside King’s Cross train station after making the journey from north of the border – despite being advised not to due to ongoing Covid concerns.
Dozens of fans were filmed dancing and singing their adopted anthem Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, a 1977 hit by Baccara, outside the travel hub, and many other were pictured splashing about in a fountain in Leicester Square and drinking ahead of tomorrow’s match.
Here are some pictures showing the Tartan Army’s party atmosphere in London.
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1. Scots travel to London
Scotland fans in Leicester Square, London, ahead of the UEFA Euro 2020 Group D match between England and Scotland at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Luciana Guerra
2. Creating a splash
Crowds of Scotland fans were pictured in Leicester Square, London, drinking and splashing about in the square's water fountain on Thursday, 17 June. Photo: Luciana Guerra
3. Bubbles anyone?
A football fan squirting washing up liquid into a fountain in Leicester Square as crowds descend on London ahead of the Scotland England clash on Friday. Photo: Luciana Guerra
4. Scotland fans advised not to travel
Scotland fans had been asked not travel without a ticket for the game or a safe place to watch it, but as this picture of fans gathered together in Leicester Square shows, there will be a lot of Tartan Army footsoldiers partying tonight. Photo: Luciana Guerra