Scotland fans heading to Hampden this week might find their journey has become a lot easier.

First Glasgow have teamed up with stadium chiefs to provide an exclusive shuttle service to the Hampden from the city centre for the crucial two Euro 2020 qualifiers.

Steve Clarke’s men will first face Russia at 7.45pm on Friday night before tackling Belgium, who are currently ranked the best team on the planet on the official FIFA ratings, at the same time on Monday.

Glasgow Times: The bus will run from the city centre to Hampden every 10 minutesThe bus will run from the city centre to Hampden every 10 minutes

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The X31 ‘Tartan Army Express’ shuttle service will run between the city centre and the stadium every 10 minutes for both games, meaning fans can leave the car behind and avoid the hassle of parking or long walks to the ground.

The service will start at 6pm on both 6th & 9th picking up from Union Street and will run until 7:30pm.

The service will restart at 9:15pm picking up from Mount Florida until late. During these operating times the service will run from every 10 minutes.

Tickets cost £3 for a single or £5 for a return on the service.

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Duncan Cameron, Operations Director for First Glasgow, said: "We are delighted to be working in partnership with Hampden Stadium to provide this exclusive shuttle service for fans travelling to and from the games ahead of these crucial two Euro 2020 Qualifiers.

"The service was very popular with customers for the recent Pink concerts at the stadium and provides the Tartan Army with a convenient and quick service between the city and the stadium meaning they can leave the car at home and enjoy the games. Good luck to Scotland and hopefully it will be two more memorable nights at Hampden."

For more information on the X31 Hampden Express click here.