Steve Clarke's men kick-off their Euro2020 campaign this afternoon and people from Ayrshire are showing their support for the national team. 

Abiding from Saltcoats, Clarke along with Billy Gilmour, 20, originally from Ardrossan, is not only making Scotland proud but doing their bit to put the Three Towns on the international map. 

Scotland's return to a men's major finals has been a long time coming, and now for the first time since social media was invented, fans can finally join in with the football celebrations online.

The last time Scotland was in an international football tournament (World Cup in France 1998), websites like Twitter, Facebook, or even Google, didn't exist. 

Now Scotland flags can be seen draped from windows all across Ayrshire, and Scottish tunes are blaring from cars rushing home to change into their kilts for the big kick-off against the Czech Republic fast approaching at 2 pm. 

We asked our readers how they are celebrating the big event this afternoon - and you didn't disappoint! 

Alea-Jay McCart, 8, and Aria McCart, 5, from Stanley Primary School in Ardrossan 

Mum Amyleigh Cavanagh said: "Away to watch their fellow Stanley primary pupil Billy Gillmour at school today."

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Rocco Pooler, ready for his first game 

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Caleb & Kasey Mckinney, ready to watch the game at Pennyburn Primary

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Toni, Tina, and Margaret Cassidy - and the dugs all in their matching Scotland gear 

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Robert Howden, 33, from Ardrossan 

Robert's pal Stephen Charles sent in these photos of his pal Robert, who arrived at work wearing a kilt and his face painted this morning. Robert said: "He is a diehard Scotland fan, and came to work dressed like this buzzing for the game."

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