If You Don't Have Your Ticket For Spain Hard Lines

Hampden Park is a sell-out for the visit of the world champions, Spain - almost a month before David Villa and co are due to arrive in Glasgow. All tickets have been snapped-up by supporters eager to see Scotland take on Vicente del Bosque’s side, who emerged triumphant from the World Cup in South Africa this summer. With Scotland top of UEFA EURO2012 Qualifying Group I after a last-minute victory against Liechtenstein, the phenomenal demand to see the game has seen every seat at the National Stadium sold well in advance of the game on 12 October.

Colin Banks, Marketing Manager said: “This not only shows the attraction of having the best team in the world come to Hampden but it also demonstrates the loyalty of the Scotland supporters, who have wasted no time in getting their hands on these gold-dust tickets. The Scotland Supporters Club now has 35,000 member and by gaining first access to tickets for matches like this they are reaping the benefit of their membership. No doubt there will be a thrilling atmosphere and we hope Craig Levein and his squad can deliver a performance that will send the capacity crowd home happy."

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