Ian Maxwell, CEO of the Scottish FA, said: “We are committed to supporting a diverse range of participants and ensuring that everybody has access to the UEFA EURO 2020 Volunteer Programme. This will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for our volunteers to get a unique insight into a major footballing event when the 4 matches take place at Hampden Park in June 2020.
“Scotland has a real history of being able to put on high-quality, high-profile events, and the association has been a key player. I think it’s a very fitting way to celebrate the competition’s 60th anniversary, open it up to as many supporters and volunteers as we can, take top-class elite level football to as many supporters across the continent as we can. It’s a great initiative.”
Joe Fitzpatrick, Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing said: "Volunteers play an integral part in the success of sporting events and in recent years we have seen thousands of people contributing towards making Scotland the perfect stage to host major events. EURO 2020 will be no different.
"Using a joined up approach between UEFA, SFA and Volunteer Scotland and with the Volunteer Charter at its core, UEFA Euro 2020 will provide another exciting opportunity for people to have fun, meet new people, and get involved in making the tournament a success for the country.”
Find out more about the UEFA EURO 2020 Volunteer Programme. Applications are open now but will close shortly, don't miss out. Follow @ScottishFA for updates.