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 (ATAC) have been liaising with the Embassy in Astana and the local Mayors office re transportation on match day in Kazakhstan.
Whilst we recognise that local taxis are relatively inexpensive, we have also considered the number of folks trying to find their way back into the centre at 11.p.m. Accordingly the Mayor’s office have agreed to provide a number of buses for Scottish supporters. The return trip has a cost we believe of less than £1. ATAC have agreed that we will charge £2 per person return with any surplus monies going to our friends at the Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal – it will also cover any buses not running at capacity.
Discussions with the Embassy are ongoing to identify a suitable location and departure time in the City Centre – those registering interest in the buses will be advised. Expectation is that this will be adjacent to the “Old Town” with bars and restaurants close by. As soon as we have nay further information we will publish it through here and in across our social media channels. Details should also be on our Sporran guide to be published ahead of the game.
Our member club WESTA have agreed to co-ordinate on behalf of ATAC. To reserve seats (and to help us identify how many buses to request) email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pickup: Congress Hall (off Kenesary Street)
Departure Time: 18:45-19:00
On return the buses will be located near the Scotland section and will have two drop offs: Baiterek Tower and Congress Hall
Seats to be booked and paid (£2 return) for in advance
Bags can be left onboard but at your own risk.
Seats are £2 per person with any surplus going to the Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal.
ATAC have provided some advice for our upcoming trip to Shkodër as Scotland take on Albania in a vital Nations League 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.