Following Monday’s match with Germany at Hampden Park, the Scottish Football Association has issued an apology with an offer of refunded tickets after up to 100 disabled supporters had their view of the match obscured by advertising boards.
Complaints flooded in across social media as wheelchair users in the South stand complained about the boards which blocked their view of the pitch.
Whilst some users were moved to an alternative viewing platform in the east stand during the 3-2 win for World Cup winners, Germany, capacity restrictions means that not all of those who were affected could be moved.
In a statement, the governing body said: “The Scottish FA apologises unreservedly to those supporters accommodated in the South stand accessible areas whose view was seriously restricted by the double television production.
“We will offer a full refund to those supporters affected and will review matters ahead of the European qualifier against Poland next month.”