A CITY shopping mall has had a tartan army makeover in support of Scotland's Euros bid.

Support for Steve Clarke’s team is now firmly on the map as a mall in the Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow has been temporarily renamed Tartan Army Terrace.

Sauchiehall mall has been given the temporary moniker in support of Scotland, allowing fans to grab a street sign selfie during The Euros tournament which takes place in June and July.

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Glasgow Times:

Kathy Murdoch, Centre Manager at Buchanan Galleries, said: “We are sending our best wishes to the Scotland team for this tournament and hoping they can make the nation proud.

“It’s 25 years since Scotland last played in the Euros, the same year that work started on Buchanan Galleries, so maybe there’s a lucky omen there.”

The Tartan Army Terrace street sign is located on the ground floor within the centre, opposite John Lewis – fans can grab a selfie with the sign for the duration of The Euros which ends on Sunday, July 11.