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150 Years: The Scotland National Team Tartan at Hampden Park

The 1872 association fooball between the national teams of scotland and England is official recognised by FIFA as the first ever international football game.
The game took place on the 30th of November 1872 at Hamilton Crescent - the West of Scotland Cricket Club in Partick, Glasgow.
The match was watchd by 4000 spectators, culminating in a 0-0 draw.

To mark this special occasion, we took an excited group of Scotland fans to Hampden Park and enjoyed a day in the official Scotland National Team Tartan at the home of Scottish football.

Featuring the Scotland National Team Tartan kilt with Full Dress and Dress Sporrans styled casually - ideal for game day.

One Team. One Army. One Tartan.

Available to purchase and to hire along with a great range of gifts and accessories - exclusive to GNK.

Scotland fans are like no other.

From the game to the special occasion.

A glorious moment.

A splash of colour in the tie and away you go!

Stand proud in Scotland National Team Tartan.

With thanks to - Stewart Mathieson, Graeme Walls, Rob Lees, Matthew Donachie, Sophie Wilkinson, Charlie Archibald and Kirsten Murray. And, Hampden Park.
Captured by Greg Chalmers