THE SCOTTISH SUN 🔵 Scotland’s largest fan zone revealed as stadium to become ‘home of the Euros’ – Shango Media

THE SCOTTISH SUN 🔵 Scotland’s largest fan zone revealed as stadium to become ‘home of the Euros’

THOUSANDS of Scotland fans will be making the journey to Germany this summer to cheer on our heroes.

But for those not heading off to the Euros, it looks like a huge fanzone back home is in the works ahead of June’s huge footie party!

Scotland secured qualification to a second straight Euros


Scotland secured qualification to a second straight EurosCredit: SNS
East End Park will play host to a huge party


East End Park will play host to a huge partyCredit: SNS

Scotland get the tournament underway against the hosts, Germany, on Friday, June 14 in a mouth watering opening game of the finals.

Steve Clarke’s men face Switzerland five days later in their second match before rounding off the Group A campaign against Hungary on June 23.

Gold dust tickets have been snapped up by the Tartan Army in their thousands with many more heading out to Germany just to savour the atmosphere.

But what about those back home?


Well, garden parties will be in full swing, pubs will be packed and there will no doubt be fan zones all over the country to take in all the action.

But it looks like the biggest place to enjoy the footie could be in DUNFERMLINE.

That’s because Dunfermline Athletic have teased plans to host what they’re calling ‘Scotland’s largest Euros fan zone.’

The SPFL Championship outfit shared a short teaser clip on X, showcasing memorable Scotland moments from over the years, shots of Hampden and various clips of the host stadiums in Germany.

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But as the words « home of the Euros » appear on the screen, the footage cuts to the Pars’ own home, East End Park.

The words « Scotland’s largest fan zone » then appear on the screen as the video ends.

James McFadden recalls missing his flight on Scotland duty and the press pack waiting for him – and Roy Keane – in London

It looks like Dunfermline are getting set to throw the doors to their 11,500 capacity home open for a big Euros party.

Ahead of the finals, Scotland boss Steve Clarke is dealing with several injury issues.

Captain Andy Robertson went off injured during the 1-0 friendly defeat to Northern Ireland but his issue isn’t as bad as first feared.

Aaron Hickey is a major doubt as he recovers from a hamstring tear and Billy Gilmour has emerged as the latest concern.

The influential midfield ace has a knee injury.

He suffered the problem during the Northern Ireland defeat and missed Brighton’s clash with Liverpool at the weekend.

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The 22-year old posted a picture on social media ahead of that English Premier League match with his right knee in a brace.

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