Scotland v Ukraine Postponement

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ATAC welcome the decision to postpone the playoff semi final v Ukraine. In the interests of fairness, it is essential that Ukrainian preparations are not affected by the unjust invasion of their country.

We await news of when this match will be rescheduled in June together with the play off final arrangements, and our thoughts remain with the people of Ukraine.  

ATAC Stand With Ukraine

The Association of Tartan Army Clubs welcomes the SFA position not to play any fixtures against Russia following their invasion of Ukraine.  We stand with Ukraine and hope that the invasion of their country ceases immediately for the safety and humanity of the Ukrainian population.

We encourage offers of support to the Ukrainian FA ahead of our upcoming fixture to enable them to participate and prepare for the game as well as they possibly can.  Whilst we currently want this match to go ahead we do not want to benefit in any way from the invasion of Ukraine. The sanctity of life and the right to live in peace far outweighs any football game.

If you would like to help then the following organisations are raising funds:

Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal

Unicef Protect Children in Ukraine Appeal

Dnipro Kids

Final Information from London Host City Team for Wembley

The London Host City team & Football Supporters Europe have asked ATAC to circulate some key guidance ahead of the match v England at Wembley this coming Friday. For all the advice, please visit the Event Guide and remember lots of the useful information is available on the Euro2020 App.


  • Bad weather and rain are expected for Friday. Umbrellas can’t be taken inside the stadium.
  • Bag policy: no bags larger than A4 will be allowed in the stadium; there are two bag deposits at the stadium where you can leave your bags and at the cost of £10 per item.
  • Face coverings must be worn in the stadium bowl at all times.
  • Detailed information on requirements for stadium entry can be found here, including proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test or full vaccination.
  • Follow the entry time slot displayed on your mobile ticket. Concessions are available in the stadium, including alcohol.


The guidance on travel from the Greater London Authority & MET Police is that if you do not have a match ticket or a safe place to watch the match, then you should reconsider your travel plans. This has been reaffirmed this morning

With bad weather forecast, and weather warnings in place for Friday, anyone who currently doesn’t have indoor plans or reservations for the afternoon, are encouraged to book in somewhere.

For all travelling, enjoy the match, and please stay safe!