Scotland v England

World Cup 2018 Qualifier

Saturday 10 June 2017, 5pm kick-off

Hampden Park

Saturday is the latest chapter in the Scotland v England rivalry.

A Scotland side revitalised by victory against Slovenia in March sit in fourth place in Group, just two points off a potential play-off spot.


Stat-attack

First meeting:  30 November, 1872, 0-0

Highest attendance: Hampden Park, 149,547, 17 April 1937, Scotland 3-1

Total Wins: Scotland 41, England 48

Goals: Scotland goals 172, England goals 201

Pre-match Thoughts

Charlie Mulgrew

"I think everyone in the squad has confidence in their ability and that shows out there in training.

"The standard is very high, the tempo is very high. Everyone is buzzing. It is going to be a very difficult game, but it is one as a player you want to be involved in."

Mark McGhee

"If you look at the group and look at the table, if we beat England, we're four points behind them. 

"I think there is a very positive feeling since the Slovenia game.

"We get it from the fans - I meet fans all the time and there has been a lift since then and I think the players have had a lift from the result and also the reaction of the supporters."

The Official Scotland Podcast

Robert Snodgrass and Andy Robertson joined host, Mark Benstead and Clyde Super Scoreboard’s Gordon Duncan to preview the big match.


Fan Display

We are asking every fan in the North Stand to help create our Scotland mosaic. Fans should make their way to their seats for 4.45pm in order to take part and create a fantastic display as the players emerge from the tunnel and during Flower of Scotland.

Tickets

Tickets for the match are completely sold out – please do not travel to Hampden if you do not have a ticket.

Watch

The match will be broadcast live on both STV and Sky Sports.

Referees

Referee – Paolo Tagliavento (ITA)

Assistant Referees – Alessandro Costanzo (ITA) & Matteo Passeri (ITA)

Fourth Official: Paolo Valeri (ITA)

Security Measures

We have been in constant dialogue with Police Scotland, The FA and other key partners in order to ensure appropriate safety and security measures on matchday.

Increased security measures will be in operation in and around Hampden Park, including bag and people searches. As a result there may be delays entering the stadium, so we encourage all fans to arrive in plenty of time.

Gates will open at 3pm in order to accommodate searches at the outer cordons of the stadium located at Aikenhead Road, Prospecthill Road, Mount Annan Drive, Somerville Drive and Letherby Drive, with additional bag searches at the turnstiles.

 
Travel Advice
 
 
Free Bus Travel
 
Similarly to the Lithuania and Slovenia matches, the Scottish FA will once again be providing a free two-way bus service from the city centre to Hampden for all fans in possession of a match ticket.
 
These buses will run from 2.30pm to 4pm pre-match, leaving from Buchanan Bus Station, dropping fans off at Cathcart Road.
 
Post match the buses will leave from Cathcart Road, travelling back to Buchanan Bus Station from 6.50pm.
 
Please note that these services will be run on a first come, first served basis; your match ticket must be presented in order to take advantage of this service.
 
There is a strict zero tolerance approach to alcohol on theses buses and a stop and search policy will be in operation.
 
Scotland's Remaining Fixtures
 
Lithuania (Away) – 1 September 2017
Malta (Home) – 4 September 2017
Slovakia (Home) – 5 October 2017
Slovenia (Away) – 8 October 2017