Scotland fans face a tough battle to obtain tickets for next summer's European Championships, it's being reported.

The Tartan Army will face a scramble to get Euro 2024 tickets because of a UEFA decision. 

The Daily Mail says European football's governing body had set a cap on the allocation each national association will receive. 

And this means that the Scottish FA will get just 9,500 tickets per game.

Over 70,000 Scotland supporters are expected to flock to Germany next June for the major tournament after Steve Clarke guided the men's A team to a second successive Euros.

But the reported cap will mean that the SFA will get just 28,500 tickets to dish out to Scotland fans for their three group stage games.

The Scotland Supporters' Club will be given first dibs on briefs. They have 38,000 members though, so not everyone is guaranteed a ticket for games in Germany. 

Fans who miss out on a ticket through the SFA can apply for tickets via public sale. There have been 3.1m applications for the 1.2m tickets available through this method.

Scotland will face Georgia and Norway in their final Euro 2024 qualifiers next week. 

The national team will be without key men Andy Robertson, Kieran Tierney, Aaron Hickey and Angus Gunn.

Meanwhile, Clarke has stressed that Rangers goalkeeper Robby McCrorie needs to play regular first team matches to force his way into the Scotland squad for the Euro 2024 finals after calling him up for the upcoming qualifiers.

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Norwich City player Gunn has been ruled out of the Group A double header by a leg injury and either Zander Clark of Hearts or Liam Kelly of Motherwell will be promoted to the starting line-up in Tbilisi a week today.

However, Clarke has called McCrorie up once again and is hoping the 25-year-old, who has impressed at Scotland Under-21 level in the past, can provide quality back-up to his countrymen in the specialist position in both matches.

“I have brought Robbie McCrorie in again,” he said. “I keep saying that Robbie is one we have an eye on for the future, but he needs to play matches. He is not doing that just now. I still think that, the age he is, he can be one for the future. Hopefully he starts to get a few more games.”