TARTAN ARMY fans went wild for Amy MacDonald’s flamboyant performance of Flower of Scotland ahead of the Euro kickoff.
The proud Scottish singer has taken to TikTok to cheer on the national team as the men’s national team prepare for Scotland’s first match against the Czech Republic in Hampden on June 14.
She gave a touching a cappella performance to the delight of the fans, writing: “I can’t wait for the euros this summer! Here’s a little rendition of Flower of Scotland!”
Amy captioned the video, “I’m so lucky to remember playing France ’98. Now 23 years later we’re finally back in a major tournament. Go for it!”
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The clip has already racked up more than 600 comments and more than 12,000 shares from enthusiastic soccer fans preparing to see the Scottish men’s team play their first international tournament since the France 98 World Cup.
Several fans said hearing Amy sing the hymn gave them “goosebumps” while another said “Sing kid! Bend over a wummin! My Scots!”
Many other Scots have said they are eager to hear Amy perform it live in Hampden “singing it before kick-off”.
Even a few English fans said “this is the best anthem, especially when sung by fans”.
Scotland are also set to face Croatia in Hampden in Group D matches on June 22, while Croatia face the Czech Republic on June 18.
All eyes will be on the big clash when Steve Clarke’s side face England on Friday 18 June with a kick-off at 8 p.m. at Wembley.
Only 2,600 Scottish fans will be able to attend the highly anticipated match after a draw among the national team supporters club.
All fans attending the stadiums should wear a face mask and keep 1.5 meters from other fans.
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In addition to singing the national anthem on their TV screens, patriotic Scots watching at home can buy national team tapes of their dogs ahead of the Euros next month.
Harnesses as well as matching leashes and collars are also whipped before the tournament by SFA chefs.
Earlier we also discussed how the Tartan Army is being urged not to travel to London in June unless they have a ticket to Wembley, due to the current Covid crisis.
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