NATA Online is pretty meaty these days, and it must be easy to
feel a bit daunted when faced with all these pages. Unless you're
happy to browse (and why not?), probably the best way to start is
to ask yourself what you're looking for:
Looking to go to a home match?
Check out the Hampden Guide and the
Glasgow Pub Guide for an easy introduction
to home matches at Hampden Park.
Looking to travel abroad?
The Travel section contains a lot of
useful info aimed at the discerning footsoldier on the road, whether
with Scotland, or just on their holidays. From Travel
Links, to Tips for getting there
cheaply, through to a range of selected Mini
Guides, this is the place to head for. There's also a list of
all confirmed and rumoured Scotland internationals, along with our
own travel plans, on the Travel Details
page. You might want to check out Women Of
The World, or Drunks Of The World,
depending on your own priorities.
Looking to reminisce? The
Memories section is where you ought
to be heading, with sections for Diary
accounts, and Photo Galleries for each
Looking to find out more about
the Tartan Army? Aside from general reading in Memories,
you could check out the About NATA and
Meet NATA pages, as well as heading for
the TA Links to see other clubs' websites.
Looking to waste time when you
should be working? Again, the Memories
section is good for day-dreaming of happier times (i.e. drunk in
some east European drinking den), but you might want to cast your
eye over the Fun section as well.
Looking to have a laugh? Head
for the Quotes page to read some of the
pearls of wisdom, or write your next packing list after reading
the Joy Of Talc. There's also Drunks
and Women of the World sections.
Looking for ideas for your own
Tartan Army website? Check out the Website
Details page for tips and tricks, and details on what's worked
and what's not. You can also check out the Web
Archive to see what we used to have here, including an archived
version of the old site.
Looking for tourist information
about Netley Abbey? Well, you're in luck here, as the Netley
Guide should be right up your street!
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