THE Tartan Army has touched down in Munich ahead of Scotland’s opening game for Euro 2024.

Tens of thousands of Scotland fans have flooded the streets in Munich ahead of the national team’s opening match against Germany.

Scotland play the hosts of Euro 2024 in the opening game of the competition on Friday, June 14, as they look to cause a major upset with a victory.

Fans have been traveling throughout the week and will be cheering on the team regardless of the result.

The party is in full swing in Munich (Image: PA)

Thousands of Scotland fans have been spotted dancing and singing in the streets ahead of the big game.

As the saying goes, no Scotland, no party, and the Tartan Army have certainly brought the party to Germany.

Streets have been lined with saltire flags and tartan kilts as the mood is merry among the Scots despite earlier forecasts for a washout.

(Image: Callum Baird)

Luckily for fans, the clouds have cleared and the Tartan Army has been packing out the many beer gardens in Marienplatz, the heart of the city.

Scotland has been dealt a rather tough hand as Hungary and Switzerland round out their group.

There are plenty of kilts and saltires in the streets of Munich this week (Image: PA)

But manager Steve Clarke has insisted that his team can make it out of the group stage with just four points.

And that would be music to Scotland fans' ears as they would love to see their team make the knockouts.

Scotland fans have descended in their thousands into the city (Image: PA)

Scotland have only qualified three times for the competition in their history.