All Glasgow fan-zone tickets for Scotland’s three group matches in Euro 2020 have sold out within minutes.
The briefs went on re-sale at 10am on Tuesday after a technical glitch during the last sale meant thousands of tickets were available online before the advertised time.
By 10.05am all available tickets for games involving Scotland were gone with only a limited number of other games still available.
Around 6000 are expected to attend the Glasgow Green fan-zone every day during the group stages with other games involving France, Germany, Spain and Italy proving popular.
Glasgow UEFA Euro 2020 confirmed the news on their official social media channels.
They said: “Due to high demand we can confirm that all tickets for the Scotland match sessions were fully booked within minutes. Other sessions are still available.”
Steve Clarke’s men play Czech Republic on June 14 in what will be there first game at a major tournament in 23 years.
They will then play England at Wembley four days later before taking on World Cup finalists Croatia in their final group game on June 22.