Supporters of the national team have snapped up the full ticket allocation for the friendly with Luxembourg on Wednesday, November 14.
And the SFA have been forced to ask the Luxembourg Football Federation for more briefs due to the demand.
It is an incredible development considering how badly Craig Levein's team has performed in their bid to reach Brazil 2014.
Scotland have drawn with Serbia and Macedonia at Hampden and lost to Wales and Belgium away in Group A so far.
Levein's job is under threat – and the ability to sell tickets for forthcoming matches will be a big consideration when the SFA decide on his future.
It had been speculated that Scotland fans un-happy with the direction the country was heading would stay away if Levein was still in charge.
As well as the Luxembourg game, Scotland will play Estonia in a friendly at Pittodrie on February 6.
Then they take on Wales at Hampden and Serbia away in two World Cup qualifiers in March.
Appointing a new manager – especially a Scotland legend like Gordon Strachan – would generate interest in the team and encourage spectators to get behind the team.
However, all 1,250 tickets for the meeting with Luxembourg in the 8,000-capacity Stade Josy Barthel on November 14 have been quickly snapped up.
The Scotland Supporters Club are attempting to get more tickets for the game due to the unusually high demand from Scottish fans.