CELEBRITY fans are amongst the thousands of Scots getting prepared to watch the Scotland men's team take part in their first major tournament in 23 years.

Czech Republic take on Scotland in UEFA EURO 2020 Group D in Glasgow today at 2pm. 

Around 12,000 fans will be heading to Hampden Park. Meanwhile, the Euro fan zone at Glasgow Green will welcome 3,000 supporters. 

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Here are just some of the people who have took to social media to share their excitement to watch the match. 

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has also got involved. 

She tweeted a link to the Fratellis cover of "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" and wrote "Monday morning tunes. Good luck Scotland National Team. #Euro2020."

Meanwhile Noel Quinn, a 12-year-old guitarist and singer songwriter, posted his own cover of the disco anthem, which has racked up hundreds of likes. 

He wrote: "C’mon Scotland. Buzzin for tomorrow. Here’s my version of Yes Sir, I Can Boogie. HWG."