- Association of Tartan Army Clubs
- To represent the interests and views of both the member organizations and the wider community of Supporters of the Scotland National Football Team with any interested parties and organizations.
- To promote support for the Scotland National Football Teams.
- To promote and enhance the good reputation of Scottish Football Supporters at home and abroad.
- ATAC is against ageism, sexism and racism.
- The Association’s membership consists of properly constituted Scotland Supporters clubs or associations.
- Clubs must have a minimum of 25 individual members, whom are also Scotland Travel Club (STC) members.
- Annual review of membership numbers will take place in June each year.
- No ATAC club will be permitted to have a closed membership to new members.
- There will be no individual or personal memberships of ATAC.
- There will be no annual fee paid by member clubs or associations only costs for general administration and events.
5. Termination of Membership
- The membership of any club or association can only be terminated by the Committee on the basis of a majority vote.
- The core of the committee will consist of nominated representative of full member clubs, plus ATAC spokesman, with the chair being rotated each meeting.
- The core of the committee cannot contain more than one representative from any individual member club.
- The committee will meet on a regular basis, minimum of four times annually, to deal with ongoing business.
- Any committee meeting must have quorum of at least five members.
7. Mode for altering the constitution
- These rules and regulations may be added to, repealed or amended by resolution at any meeting of the association, provided that the supporting motion is carried by a majority of at least two thirds of the member associations voting thereon.
- In the event of termination of the association, any surplus funds shall be disbursed to a suitable registered charity to be decided upon by a simple vote of the member clubs and associations.
Constitution reviewed and approved on 22nd June 2003.
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