‘It was the fear of missing out’: Scotland fans arrive en masse in Munich

The well-regarded Tartan Army are enjoying the ride as they descend on Germany to savour a long-overdue adventure

The alarm was raised at about 9am on Thursday. The Glasgow airport bar sponsored by Scotland’s most popular lager had run out of its core product.

The explanation has no link to some early rush towards summer holidays. On Friday in Munich, Scotland’s national football team will play their first European Championship game outside of the UK since 1992. The identity of the opposition for that 3-0 win on 18 June was the CIS, essentially the Soviet Union, which nods towards all that has transpired during the intervening years.

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