Tuesday 7th September 2010 at 8PM
Location: Hampden Park
Tickets: From £25 (discounts available for families with children)
Scotland open their Euro 2012 qualification Group I campaign in Lithuania on 3 September 2010 and are at home to minnows Liechtenstein four days later on Tuesday 7th September 2010 at 8PM.
Tickets for the Liechtenstein match go on sale to the general public on the 17th August 2010 at 9am and can be bought online at the Official SFA ticket website.
The squad for these two matches have been announced with veterans David Weir and Paul Hartley being recalled and Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks called up the first time. Gilks will be very unlikely to feature with only being called to cover injured Scotland’s no.1 Craig Gordon. Alan McGregor is likely to remain manager Craig Levein’s first choice with Norwich City’s David Marshall the other choice.
David Weir will be joined in defence by Alan Hutton, Stephen McManus, Christophe Berra, Kirk Broadfoot, Lee McCulloch, Lee Wallace, Andy Webster, Steven Whittaker and Kevin McNaughton.
In midfield Paul Hartley will be joined by Charlie Adam, Darren Fletcher, Scott Brown, Graham Dorrans, James Morrison and Barry Robson.
Front men Kris Boyd, Steven Fletcher, Chris Iwelumo, James McFadden, Kenny Miller and Steven Naismith complete the squad.
If you have never experienced a competitive Scotland match at Hampden Park this will be a great opportunity to do so, as tickets for competitive matches do not always go on general sale with tickets being offered to the Scotland Supporters Club first.
With Liechtenstein being considered a “footballing minnow”, tickets should be available right up to a few days before kick-off unlike the match against Spain later on this year that will likely only be available to the Scotland Supporters Club. If you would like information on joining the supporters club visit their website, though more than likely they will not be accepting any new members.