THE BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has teamed up with Scotland team members and celebrities to release a special version of Bacarra's 'Yes Sir, I Can Boogie' ahead of Euro 2020.

First team players such as Che Adams, Andy Robertson and David Marshall have joined by the likes of TV presenter Lorraine Kelly and tennis star Jamie Murray to premiere the new orchestral version of the song.

Baccara's 1977 hit became a fan anthem for the Scotland national team after qualifying for their first major football tournament in 23 years.

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Dominic Parker, director of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra added: “Baccara makes a bit of a change from Beethoven for our players but we know they can turn their musical (and dressing up) skills to any situation.

"To get involvement from the Scotland team was amazing and to have some more famous faces join us has been great. We’re thrilled to be supporting the national team in this way and we hope everyone enjoys it.”

Eilidh Barbour, who will be presenting the Euro 2020 coverage for the BBC, is among the stars who have lent their support to the orchestral version. 

She said: "I just can’t wait to see Scotland walk out of the tunnel at Hampden Park to take their place amongst the top European nations in a major championship. It has been such a long wait, but we are back to boogie on the big stage once again.

"The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra video captures the feeling around the country, that special night in Serbia, with a song that has become an unofficial anthem. Thank you for that Andrew Considine and come on Scotland!"

To watch the full version of the song, go to the BBC website