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Scottish Football

The Original Supporter of Scottish Football. The relationship between Scotland’s favourite lager and Scottish football dates back almost half a century to the 1974 World Cup in West Germany; and since then, we’ve been through thick and thin, side by side with the Tartan Army. It’s all about embracing the journey because supporting Scotland isn’t easy. But the days of feeling scunnered and the tears of pain – that’s what make the tears of joy feel all the sweeter. Today we’re proud to support the Scotland Men’s and Women’s National Teams, with both squads on the road for World Cup qualification in 2022.

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Tennent’s and Football

We’re proud to be an original supporter. Take a look back through the years at some of the highs and lows that define being a Scotland fan.

1974
West Germany
Where it all began. Undefeated, and a draw against Brazil, which remained the most famous 0-0 draw in Scotland for almost 50 years.
1984
Glasgow
Up until 1993, the Tennent’s Sixes took centre stage each January as the nation’s top sides faced off in an indoor 6-a-side tournament.
1989
Scotland
Tennent’s sponsored world football’s oldest trophy – the Scottish Cup - until 2007.
1998
France
We didn’t know it then but that sunny summer in France would be our last World Cup appearance for some time.
2020
Serbia
It finally happened. David Marshall saved Aleksandar Mitrovic’s penalty to send us to a first major men’s tournament in 23 years.
2021
Hampden
The wait was over. Scotland back at a EUROs with two games at Hampden and a famous trip to Wembley.

Tennent’s at Euro 2020

A moment 23 years in the making, but absolutely worth the wait. Scotland qualified for EURO 2020, with two games in Glasgow.

Made For This was a recognition of Scotland’s return to the international stage; to the role of the Tartan Army, renowned around the world for the passion and pride brought to every game.

After all, no Scotland, no party.