The Association of Tartan Army Clubs (ATAC) was formed in 2000 to act on behalf of fans of the Scottish national team, both home and away. ATAC directly represents over 1500 members of affiliated Tartan Army clubs throughout Scotland and beyond, but does not claim to directly represent the Tartan Army.
Each affiliated club sends a representative to the ATAC committee. This committee meets regularly with Scottish Football Association, promoting the best interests of every Scotland fan. Before ATAC was formed, there was no formal dialogue between Scotland fans and the SFA.
You don’t have to be a member of an affiliated Tartan Army Club to get your viewpoint across. ATAC will listen to any point raised by a member of the Scotland Supporters Club. If you have an issue you wish to raise, please email us.
On 19th May, UEFA announced its ticket pricing for Euro 2020 matches. Hampden will host four matches.
The Association of Tartan Army Clubs disagrees with the ridiculous ticketing prices being proposed. Tickets for the group matches from €50 (£45) for category C (behind the goals), to an eye-watering €175 (£156) for a category A (pitch side) seat. The prices for the later stages at other venues are even more astronomical.
ATAC and its members believe the massively inflated prices will prevent many supporters from attending matches, and risk thousands of empty seats, for a tournament which UEFA hope to be a special celebration of 60 years of European competition.
ATAC joins Football Supporters Europe and other supporters groups around Europe calling for a serious review of this pricing strategy, and urges UEFA to listen and act with urgency. Football without fans is nothing.
It’s like double decker buses wait ages for one and two come along at the same time. ATAC have provided some advice for our upcoming trip to Belgium in their Euro 2020 Qualification campaign. We hope you find this Sporran Guide useful.
France 2019 starts today (Friday 7th June), 30 days of Football to determine the World Champions. The Scotland Women’s National Team have qualified for the first time and start their campaign on Sunday against England. Everyone at ATAC and all the Tartan Army Clubs would like to wish the team good luck for the competition. Do yourselves and your nation proud we are behind you every step of the way.
ATAC have produced a Sporran Guide with a wee bit of advice and information on the team and the tournament. We hope you find it useful.
ATAC have been pleased to work with the Scottish Football Association to provide a list of buses that travel to home matches from up and down the country that are open to all fans. ATAC’s number one aim is to assist supporters that follow Scotland and we are happy to support any venture that gets more fans to Hampden. This has been published on the SFA website. We thank all clubs who have registered an interest. You do not have to be an ATAC club to be on this list, if you would like your bus added to the list then please CONTACT US via email and we will arrange for that to happen.
Note that neither ATAC or the Scottish FA can take responsibility for any issues that arise with your booking or travel to the match.
The Association of Tartan Army Clubs wish a warm welcome to
Steve Clarke after he took up the role of Scotland National
Team Manager. The past 24 hours have seen a rise in
optimism among our members and the wider Tartan Army. Ian
Maxwell deserves great credit for securing the services of the
current holder of the manager of the year award from both PFA
Scotland and the SFWA.
Euro2020 qualifying can now get back on track at Hampden
with the match against Cyprus on Saturday 8 June. Let’s get
behind the team and welcome the new manager with a full
house cheering us on to victory.