The Scottish Football Association are keen to bring Euro 2020 football to the country in whatever format UEFA decide on for choosing venues for the finals.
UEFA president Michel Platini has mooted the idea of the matches being spread around the continent rather than being hosted by one or two countries as in the past. The competition will be extended from 16 to 24 teams in France in 2016, leaving most countries in Europe with little chance of staging the tournament alone.
The SFA have explored the possibility of submitting a joint bid with their counterparts in Wales and Republic of Ireland but are also interested in being part of a wider conglomerate of host nations.
Chief executive Stewart Regan told BBC Scotland: "Platini's proposal is for 13 cities as opposed to one or two countries, or three in the case of Scotland, Ireland and Wales, which was our suggestion earlier in the year.
"The 2020 finals will be the 60th anniversary and they're considering something different.
"Irrespective of the outcome, there is a great opportunity for Scotland, either as the country as a whole or Glasgow putting its hat in the ring to be one of the host cities.
"Either option gives an opportunity for both Scotland and Glasgow.
"Which would we prefer? Well, we don't fully know the model for the 13-city proposal.
"Until we have all the facts, it's hard to answer."