| Scotland Supporters Club members will get priority access to tickets for this year’s games with tickets for the hotly-anticipated FIFA World Cup play-off against Ukraine and the 2022 UEFA Nations League fixtures go on sale at the end of January. Head Coach Steve Clarke and his players will want the same backing that saw two capacity crowds watch Scotland win their last two home matches against Denmark and Israel – part of a run of six consecutive wins for the side to end last year on a high. Scotland fans have four home games to look forward to in 2022, with Ukraine up first in the crucial World Cup Play-off in March, followed by Nations League fixtures at Hampden against Armenia and Ukraine in June, and the Republic of Ireland in September.
SSC members will be able to purchase four game packages from 10am on Monday, 31 January from as little as £20 for children to attend all four matches:
- Junior four-game packages from just £20
- Senior four-game packages from just £40
- Adult four-game packages for Scotland Supporters Club members from just £72
- South and North stand four-game packages for just £92 for Scotland Supporters Club members
Tickets for individual ames will go on sale to Scotland Supporters Club members on Monday, 14 February from as little as £5 for juniors and £20 for adult members. Sales will then be opened up to the general public on Monday, 28 February, with junior prices for individual matches from £5 and adult prices from £25. Dependent on availability, non-members may also have the opportunity to purchase group packages starting from £92.
Having experienced the backing of two full houses against Denmark and Israel last autumn, Scotland Head Coach Steve Clarke knows full well the difference a capacity crowd can make. Clarke said: "We are on a good run, with six consecutive victories to end a good year for us, and the backing from the fans last autumn was undoubtedly instrumental in that. A full house always gives the players that extra bit of help on the pitch, which was clear to see with our victories over Israel and group winners Denmark. The Scotland supporters don’t need to be told how important the play-off match against Ukraine is. We are two games away from returning to a World Cup for the first time in 24 years and we want to hear the Scotland fans in full voice backing us again. We are well aware of the value of the Nations League – we were at EURO 2020 because of our success in its first iteration – and while we want to qualify for EURO 2024 automatically, we also want to secure that safety net the Nations League provides. As always, the supporters will play a role as we aim to top our group."