THE Tartan Army will need to prove they don't have Covid or have been vaccinated against the killer bug at a Euros 2020 stadium.

Updated guidance on the official website for games at Wembley Stadium sets out the new rules, which are stricter than those for Glasgow. 

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Fans travelling to watch games in England's national stadium will need to prove they have had both doses of a Covid vaccination at least 14 days before the match or show a negative lateral flow test result, taken within three hours of kick-off. 

It comes after we reported that fans were urged not to travel to London for away games if they did not have tickets to attend the matches at the stadium. 

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London Mayor Sadiq Khan, said: " I am urging all fans to only come to London if you have a ticket for the match or if you have arranged a safe place to watch it from, in compliance with Covid-19 guidelines.”

He added: “I want to be completely clear that Scottish fans will not be able to access their traditional Trafalgar Square base, as it will be used as a socially distanced fan zone for key workers who are helping our city through the pandemic."

The rules for Glasgow, which will host games at Hampden, are more relaxed and do not require attendees to produce negative test results or proof of vaccination.