Scotland may have bowed out in the group stages, but there is still plenty of interest in the Euros final on Sunday.
As England prepare to take on Italy, Scots across the country are divided over who they are supporting.
At Eusebi’s Deli in Glasgow’s West End, staff at the Italian cafe have been preparing red, white and green treats for customers.
Scottish staff members said they are predicting a 2-0 win for Italy, as Italian staff joked they were “forcing” them to support the team.
Meanwhile in some of Glasgow’s pubs, opinions were mixed as to who Scots were supporting.
One man said he would be supporting Italy as “he’s not English”, while another mused that Scots should support England as it is a home nation.
On Byres Road in the city, a Scot wearing a kilt said he wished he was cheering on Scotland, but said he would lend his support to Italy.
While an Englishman said he would be travelling to London to watch the game, fearing he was “in the minority” supporting England in Glasgow.