THE Crossgates branch of the Tartan Army have detailed their latest charitable endeavours, with hundreds raised for various good causes.

As the branch enter party mode for the Euros, the Crossgates Tartan Army have been working hard to support charities in both Fife and internationally.

Club secretary, Cameron Walker, said: “We have a proud history in the Crossgates Tartan Army of making charitable donations in the village.

“The club is all geared up for the finals with many of our members securing tickets for group games and the all-important England clash at Wembley.

“During the pandemic we have continued our fundraising activities to support many good causes and this round of donations benefited many.”

In total, £420 was raised and distributed to five separate charities including the Crossgates Christmas Tree Appeal which received £200, medical aid for Palestine which saw £100 and the Crossgates Foodbank received £60.

The Crossgates Parent Teacher Association was given £30 and the Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal was handed £30.

Cameron continued: “Over £400 in donations for worthy causes is a great achievement for the club and a great way to continue the tradition of the wider Tartan Army of making positive contributions, wherever we go and whatever it takes.

“We would like to thank all our members and everyone who contributed to our fundraisers and we wish all Scotland fans a safe and victorious European championship.”