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Tartan Army turns Trafalgar Square into boozy party zone

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

Scotland's friendly match against England on Wednesday gave an excuse for thousands of fans from north of the border to gather together in central London before heading out to Wembley for the 8pm kick-off.

And where better than Trafalgar Square, the spiritual centre of the city, to host their revelries?

With the sun beating down on the capital, the Tartan Army gathered together to cheer, sing, play bagpipes, drink and show off their tattoos on and around the famous lions, the fountains and the steps of the National Gallery.

And why shouldn't they? It's 14 years since the two sides met, so a bit of a pre-match seems only right. Our photographers were there to document the fun.

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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England And Scotland Fans Arrive To Renew The Oldest Rivalry In Football

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