We'll show them how to score tonight; THE FANS' WEDDING.

Byline: BOB SHIELDSTHE bride wore nuptial white. The groom wore the traditional kilt.
But greatest guy Andy Peters gave the game away when he turned up in a
Scotland jersey.

This was no ordinary wedding ceremony. It was the very first ever official Tartan
Army marriage ceremony.

And the 500 Scotland supporters who witnessed the colourful
exchange of vows in Brussels hope it will be a match that goes into several
years of additional time.

Scotland fanatics Gary Stewart and Irene Marshall got engaged in
Paris just before Scotland's World Cup opener against Brazil.

They needed to marry at a Scotland game for the duration of the Euro 2000
championships. But Scotland did not qualify.

So they left the date and the venue to fate - and the plastic balls
drawn from a bowl by FIFA in Tokyo.

It was only then they made a decision their marriage need to be in Brussels
during Scotland's last overseas qualifying match.

"We are Scotland-daft and a Tartan Army wedding was what we
both wanted," stated Gary, 36, of Glasgow.

"I couldn't think it when I discovered they had a Church of
Scotland in the Belgian city - and it was called the Church of St
Andrew. I knew then that our wedding ceremony was going to be fine."

The wedding ceremony banns had been listed on a Tartan Army internet site and any person
at tonight's game was invited.

The Tartan Army didn't allow them down and supporters came from all
over the city to be witnesses at their huge day.

Between them had been Tartan Army foot soldiers from the Clippens Inn in
Linwood.

They told me: "Can you place it in the Record that we went to a
church and a wedding ceremony throughout our Tartan Army tour. It really is just that
our wives and girlfriends will never think us!"

John Scoular and Iain McPhail travelled all the way from
Ardnamurchan to Brussels and made a decision they had to see the ceremony.

John explained: "We are officially the furthest west
representatives of the Tartan Army so we felt we should be there. Not to
mention that it truly is stored us out the pub for a couple of hrs which can
only be a very good issue."

Irene arrived in a green Rolls-Royce with a Marshall tartan sash
across her white gown and a tiny set of bagpipes in her necklace.

Gary sported the Royal https://www.facebook.com/amazingweddinghk/posts/935346879847475 - - Stewart tartan, as did very best man Andy, 30.

But the congregation were a wildly colourful assembly that no
church - in Scotland or Brussels - has ever witnessed ahead of.

A trio of pipers marched the couple in to the tiny sandstone kirk
where Scotland shirts, kilts and tartan scarves lined the pews.

And there was laughter when the vows had been interrupted by a mobile
phone enjoying "Scotland the Brave".

Intrigued locals lined the street outdoors to wish the pleased couple
all the greatest.

Gary mentioned: "We have always dreamt about a Tartan Army
wedding. Now it has come accurate and I'm the happiest guy in the
world."

Irene, 32, added: "It really is not each and every girl's idea of a
dream wedding ceremony but it was a ideal day for us."

Church minister the Rev Tom Pitkeathly mentioned: "I just hope the
happy feeling can continue till tomorrow and a excellent football
result."

After the wedding ceremony the couple headed to a bar to celebrate, where
there were plenty of songs from Scots supporters.

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