School pupils are joining thousands of football fans across the country to celebrate Scotland’s long-awaited return to an international football tournament.
Pupils and teachers at Dunoon Grammar are today (Monday, June 14) celebrating the occasion by holding a tartan day, allowing them to wear Scotland strips or something tartan instead of uniform.
The game will also be streamed live in the school building to allow pupils to watch Scotland play in a major tournament for the first time in their lifetime.
It is the first time since 1998 Scotland have played in the European Championships or any other major finals following a 23 year hiatus.
The team will take on the Czech Republic today at 2 pm.
Come on Scotland!