RadTreeListView's UI virtualization logic uses an internal algorithm to calculate the vertical offset of every road. However, if you application uses rows with the same row height, you can calculate the offset of the newly selected item and then scroll vertically to it like this:
sender, SelectionChangeEventArgs e)
.scrollViewer = clubsGrid.ChildrenOfType<ScrollViewer>().FirstOrDefault();
.scrollViewer.ScrollToVerticalOffset(clubsGrid.Items.IndexOf(e.AddedItems) * clubsGrid.RowHeight);
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