Spain have drawn up a shortlist of three venues where they will host Scotland in the Euro 2024 qualifiers next year...and the Tartan Army could be heading to Gran Canaria.

Steve Clarke's side will face top seeds Spain in their quest to make their second European Championships in a row and will also play against Norway, Georgia and Cyprus.

Scotland's biggest test will come when they travel to Spain in the third last game of the group in October before travelling to face Georgia and ending with a home game against the Norwegians.

Spain doesn't have a home stadium for their national team and take their games all around the country.

And it's been reported the Royal Spanish Football Federation have drawn up a shortlist of three venues where they will host the Scots.

The favourite is the 32,392-capacity Estadio Gran Canaria in Las Palmas.

They hosted Northern Ireland there for the Euro 2008 qualifiers, but haven't played there for four years.

The other options are the Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero in Elche which holds 31,388 and last hosted a Nations League qualifier against Croatia in 2018.

And nearby Estadio José Rico Pérez in Alicante, which holds 29,500, is also being considered having been last used by the Spanish national team in a World Cup qualifier in 2017 against Albania.

Scotland kick off their Euro 2024 campaign with a home double-header against Cyprus and Spain in March.

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