SCOTRAIL has announced free transport for Scotland fans heading to Hampden during the Euro 2020 matches. 

The rail company will offer free transport between Mount Florida and Glasgow Central station during matchdays at Hampden Park. 

The offer is open to fans who have a ticket to the match at the national stadium. 

Hampden is set to host four matches during Scotland's group stage games in the tournament. 

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Phil Campbell, ScotRail's head of customer operations, said: “The whole country is looking forward to Scotland’s first involvement in a festival of football for 23 years.

“ScotRail is delighted and proud to be playing its part in making sure fans can get to Hampden for free just by presenting their match ticket on the day.

“However, supporters must remember that because of COVID-19 rules on physical distancing, there will be queues for trains running between Glasgow Central and Mount Florida before and after the matches.

“We are urging them to get there early so they can give themselves every chance of getting on one of our services. Let’s do all we can to get behind Steve Clarke and the boys and cheer them on to the next stage of a major tournament for the first time ever.”