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Scotland 2020 Kits

The Scottish national football team have played international football longer than any other nation in the world along with England, who they played against in the world´s first international football match at the West of Scotland Cricket Club, Partick, in 1872. The match ended in a nil nil draw.

Scotland play their home games in blue shirts and now play their home games at Hampden Park, Letherby Drive in Glasgow.

Kenny Dalglish holds the record for the most caps in a Scotland shirt with 102 and he also holds the joint record with Denis Law for the most goals scored (30). Scotland has become famous for its travelling support, the Tartan Army, who have won numerous awards from FIFA and UEFA for their combination of rabid support and friendly nature. The Tartan Army are often considered the best national team fans in Europe, if not the world.

Coached by Gordon Strachan, Scotland wear navy blue shirts with the same coloured shorts and socks which reflects the country's national flag. The home kit is supplied by German brand adidas who took over from Diadora in 2009. Established in 1873 Scotland are one of the oldest national fas' in the world today and the squad features several players who play in England's Premier League including Stoke City's Charlie Adam, Crystal Palace's Barry Bannan, Everton's Steven Naismith and West Bromwich Albion's Graham Dorrans.

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