Scottish soccer fans belted out chants at London’s Euston railway station on the morning of June 18, ahead of their team’s Euro 2020 clash with England at Wembley Stadium.
This footage, filmed by railway employee Driver H Potter, shows droves of “Tartan Army” members praising midfielder John McGinn in unison as they march through Euston station.
The Metropolitan Police Football Unit has urged anyone who does not hold a ticket for the game, fan zone, or a venue to not travel to London.
All 15 train services direct from Glasgow to London on Friday in time for the game are sold out, according to the Evening Standard.
Wembley Stadium will be at 25 percent capacity, welcoming around 22,500 fans for the much-anticipated game, which sees Scotland desperate for a result after a 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic in their first game.
England got off to a winning start against Croatia, 1-0. Credit: Driver H. Potter via Storyful