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Made for this

Join us for a Summer of Football

With excitement building for Scotland’s return to a major international tournament, Tennent’s Lager is ready to help fans enjoy a summer like no other and prove that as a nation, Scotland is Made For This.

Tennent's Lager Presents...

5 Million Reasons

Tennent’s has been by the side of Scotland supporters for over 50 years, and in that time we’ve had more than a few turns on the tartan rollercoaster of emotion. This summer, after a wait of 23 years, we’re finally back at a major men’s tournament and the nation has five million reasons to celebrate a summer of football.

Brand new single by Baby Strange

I Want To Believe (Made For This)

Tennent’s Lager brand new advert ‘Five Million Reasons’ is set to the thumping soundtrack of ‘I Want To Believe (Made For This)’ by Baby Strange, which has been reworked with new lyrics to celebrate the summer of football. The track will be released as a charity single, as the tournament kicks off on 11 June, with 23% of proceeds – 1% for every year in waiting – donated to Glasgow Saints FC to help tackle food poverty and social isolation in Glasgow’s East End.

Tell us your story to win!

Thirst 11

Tennent’s is calling fans up to the Thirst 11, to celebrate the years of service, dedication and brilliant stories that prove Scotland fans are made for this summer. Nominate yourself or a pal in the box below by telling us your favourite moment as a Scotland fan and why you are #MadeForThis.

Enter your Thirst 11 Nomination

Share your favourite story of supporting Scotland for a chance to be called up to the Thirst 11.

Winners will be invited to an exclusive Final viewing experience at Wellpark Brewery on 11th July, have their stories shared in the Tennent’s Visitor Centre, and receive a personalised Tennent’s supporter pack.

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23 years in the making

Relive the joy and the heartache since Scotland’s last major tournament

Scotland’s last major tournament, the World Cup in 1998. After an encouraging start courtesy of John Collin’s penalty against Brazil, Craig Brown’s squad were knocked out after losing the final group game against Morocco.
Scotland beat the Netherlands 1–0 in a famous win at Hampden Park, but suffered a 6–0 defeat in the return leg to miss out on a spot at EURO 2004.
Two stunning Leigh Griffiths free kicks put Scotland minutes away from a famous home win against England. Harry Kane scores an even later equaliser, and the game finishes 2-2.
After conceding a late equaliser, Scotland win the penalty shootout to qualify for their first major tournament in 23 years. David Marshall saves the final penalty and the nation goes wild.

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A Nation in Tears

Ryan Christie is Made For This

Scotland star Ryan Christie has delivered a stirring rallying call to the nation and declared Scotland is “Made For This” ahead of a mouth-watering summer of football. Watch him reflect on Scotland’s long-awaited qualification for a major tournament and his now infamous post-match interview, which had the nation – and even Sir Alex Ferguson – in tears.


On The Pitch with Steve Clarke

Join us as we walk the Hampden pitch with Scotland National Team Head Coach, Steve Clarke, as he reflects on some iconic football moments that shook the Hampden stands and the nation.