Scottish fans take over city centre pub
Published 13/06/2015 | 12:00
The Scots have arrived Ireland in force ahead of today’s Euro qualifier and they are determined to make their presence felt and their kilts seen.
Fans from the Highlands have taken over Murray’s Bar at the top of O’Connell Street and draped their flags over the barrier outside.
The Scots have been filtering into the capital wearing their kilts and Scotland jerseys, and this group of cheeky chaps decided to get the flags out early at the popular watering hole.
The Paisley’s Tartan Army is a football supporters group but they also aim to preserve the country’s historic traditions.
Gordon Strachan’s side have been in fine form and fans believe they can make it to a first European Championships since 1996.