Welcome to The Association of Tartan Army Clubs (ATAC)

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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 Statement on Ticket Collection

ATAC has been made aware of the poor conduct of a minority of supporters at the Ticket Uplift point on the night of the England v Scotland match at Wembley.  This type of behaviour is unacceptable and we would remind members to be respectful of the SSC staff at all times regardless of the circumstances.”

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England Match Tickets

ATAC will issue a guide for Wembley nearer the time of the game but discussions with the SFA ahead of the Slovakia game highlighted a potential challenge with the ticket sales period. Please note that the tickets for Wembley will go on sale shortly after our return from Slovakia. The SSC will be recording the Slovakia point before releasing the tickets –v- England, this will result in a short purchasing window, the SSC are aware of this but have recognised that this is the best way to ensure that the points system is up to date, ATAC supports this position – Keep an eye on your emails.

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