An 'exclusive' exhibition is set to be held at Glasgow's Silverburn Shopping Centre ahead of the Euros.

The leisure centre is set to welcome a 'nostalgic exhibition of official Scotland strips' in partnership with the Scottish Football Museum based at Hampden Park.

Starting on Friday, June 7, the 'Scotland Kits Through the Years' event will include six official Scotland tops from past international tournaments.

It will also include an official top from the Euro 2008 qualifier match signed by that year's Scotland squad which will be given away as a prize via the centre's Facebook page, alongside prizes of family passes to the Scottish Football Museum.

The event is heading to the centre ahead of the 2024 Euros - which are set to kick off on June 14.

The exhibition will be on from Friday, June 7 until Sunday, June 23.

David Pierotti, General Manager of Silverburn, said: “The whole nation will be cheering on Scotland and we’re happy to share in the excitement of the Euros with this unique and historic exhibition, while also supporting Football Memories Scotland.

“This is just the beginning of our Summer plans for 2024 from new retailers to family-friendly entertainment and we’re excited to welcome guests to enjoy everything we have in store for them.”

Neal Ross, Director of Events at the Scottish Football Museum said: “We are delighted to be working with Silverburn to highlight some of our museum collection, just a stone’s throw from the Scottish Football Museum itself based at Hampden Park.

Our charitable project, Football Memories, supports people to reminisce over the beautiful game and we hope this exhibition will trigger many fond memories of the Scotland team over the years.

"We hope to welcome lots of Silverburn shoppers to the Museum over summer!”