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.
ATAC have provided some advice for our upcoming trip to Budapest as Scotland take on Hungary in an International Challenge Match. We hope you find this Sporran Guide useful.
Ambassador Iain Lindsay has the following words of welcome and advice for the Scotland fans heading to Hungary at the end of the month. He does confirm that you need to carry your passport with you at all times. You must be able to show some form of ID if requested. A photocopy is not acceptable and we have had it on good authority that you will not get into the stadium without it.
ATAC are finalising the Sporran Guide for this trip contain this and other advice along with our other features like winning words. Official travel advice for visiting Hungary can be found on the website https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/hungary. We thank Iain and his staff at the UK embassy in Budapest for his welcome and look forward to visiting.
Sunday night is the final match of Group F in World Cup Qualifiers for Scotland with a massive game in Ljubljana. ATAC have provided some advice for Travel in our latest Sporran Guide. We hope you find this useful.
Friday night is the first of 4 crucial World Cup Qualifiers for Scotland with a massive game in Vilnius, Lithuania. ATAC have provided some advice for Travel in our latest Sporran Guide. We hope you find this useful.