Tartan Army head to Norway to cheer on Scotland in Euro qualifier

Steve Clarke's Scotland side are looking to build on a strong start to the campaign.

Scotland supporters have begun making their journey to Norway to get behind the national team in their Euro 2024 qualifier on Saturday.

Steve Clarke’s side face a tough fixture against a Norwegian side that includes Premier League stars Erling Haaland and Martin Odegaard and the Tartan Army is travelling in numbers to cheer them on as they look to continue a strong start to the campaign.

Scotland already have six points on the board after a 3-0 win over Cyprus and an impressive 2-0 win against top seeds Spain at Hampden.

With a home game against Georgia to follow on Tuesday, a positive result in Oslo against Norway would put Scotland in a strong position as they approach the half-way stage in the qualification campaign.

“I hope we are positive and don’t sit back looking for a point because we can beat Norway,” one fan told STV.

“Coming through some of the years just gone by, certainly the feeling in the fanbase is that we’ve got what it takes to qualify,” another supports said. “And qualify by right this time, hopefully.”

One travelling fan was confident enough to predict the final score in the Ullevaal Stadium.

“In my opinion there’s only two players left to stop and that’s Odegaard and Haaland,” he said.

“But we will win 2-1.”