The official Euros fan zone has opened in Glasgow and for the next 31 days will show every game of the tournament.
It’s the biggest event in the city since the pandemic began despite concerns it could lead to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Up to 6000 people each day are going to be able to watch Euros matches in the Glasgow Green area if they have a ticket.
Fans heading to the site were encouraged to take a coronavirus test before arriving, however proof of a negative test is not required before entry.
Euro 2020 is the first major tournament the Scotland men’s team have qualified for in more than two decades.
Earlier today Professor Jason Leitch, Scotland’s national clinical director, said “there will have to be a reverse gear” if clusters of virus cases are linked to the fan zone.
He said the fan zone is a “gateway event” as part of the move out of lockdown.
He said: “I think they’ve done a good job. It’s not zero risk, the fan zone cannot be zero risk.
“The only way to take away all of the risk of Covid is to lock the city down, not let any crowds in the fan zone or the stadium.
“That’s not what I think the pandemic stage we’re at suggests.”