Hampden Park provided an inspirational setting for the climax of the Tesco Bank Football Challenge.
Hundreds of primary school children from around Scotland descended on the national stadium for a day of fun-filled football activities provided by Scottish FA coaches.
Andy Gould, head of regional development for the Scottish FA, said: “Today has been a fantastic showcase of the outstanding Tesco Bank Football Challenge programme.
“The programme aims to get children interested in football at an early age and make them realise the benefits they can gain from playing.
“It has been great to see the children enjoy themselves at the national stadium.”
Scotland internationals Suzanne Grant and Robert Snodgrass were on hand to speak to the primary school pupils.
Suzanne said: “The Tesco Bank Football Challenge is a great way for children to start playing the game.
“It has been great to see so many girls here loving football. I wish we had this when I was a kid.”
Robert added: “I love seeing the kids enjoying themselves at Hampden. It will be a memory for them for the rest of their lives.
“There are loads of benefits from playing football which I think the programme teaches.”
The Tesco Bank Football Challenge uses the power of football to get 6 to 8-year-old primary school children active, not only at school but to establish long lasting activity week in week out.