A brand-new mural has been unveiled in the East End of Glasgow this week. 

Dedicated to Team Scotland ahead of the 2024 UEFA European Football Championships, the mural depicts stars Scott McTominay, Andy Robertson and Ché Adams.

The new addition can be found on Duke Street in Dennistoun and comes ahead of Scotland’s game against Germany on Friday – the first of the championships. 

(Image: Pictures taken by Gordon Terris, Newsquest)

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The design also features the words ‘Hate. Not in my shirt’ - which is part of an EE campaign calling on fans to be ‘proud supporters’ and to stand together and challenge hate in football. 

The campaign also celebrates the moments in the sport that make people proud to wear the shirt, whilst highlighting the behaviour not fit for it.

EE are one of Team Scotland's sponsors. 

(Image: Pictures taken by Gordon Terris, Newsquest)

Social media quickly became abuzz with the mural. 

Taking to X, one person wrote: “It’s a cracking bit of street art if you ask me. Here’s hoping Scotland can get a result.”

A second person added: “New mural for the Scotland National Team. Well done.” 

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Councillor Anthony Carroll was also excited by the "brilliant" new street art. 

Taking to Facebook, he said: “Brilliant new mural on Duke Street from the Scotland team against hate, as the East End Green Team hit the doors today.”

Another person on Facebook wrote: “Looks brilliant.”