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Be Charlotte song announced as official tournament track as Scotland gets set to host UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship

Dundee singer Be Charlotte
Dundee singer Be Charlotte

Be Charlotte’s song Dreamers has been chosen as the official track of the upcoming UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship.

The song will be the anthem for the tournament, which is being held for the first time in Scotland next month.

Supporters first heard the track when Be Charlotte, Dundee singer Charlotte Brimner, performed ahead of the Scotland women’s national team World Cup send-off at Hampden last month.

Charlotte said: “It was an honour to play at Hampden Park and to have my song selected as the official track of the UEFA Women’s Under 19 Championship.

“There is such a feel-good factor around the Women’s game and I cannot wait to hear the song being played out across stadiums before the matches.

“The tournament is a celebration of talented young women from many different countries and I hope that my song can help inspire some more people to dream big and pursue their own dreams.”

Women’s football is seeing a boom in popularity, with Scotland making their debut at the Women’s World Cup in France earlier this month.

And figures show that the number of women and girls playing football in Scotland has doubled over the last five years.

Tournament Director Scott Galloway said: “The inspiring lyrics really resonate with the hopes of all the players and the Scottish FA is very excited to release a song of such quality in support of the UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship.

“We are delighted Charlotte is supporting the Championship with this song.”

Group matches for the tournament will take place at Forthbank Stadium, Stirling, and St Johnstone’s McDiarmid Park, as well as Firhill in Glasgow.

The final being played on Sunday July 28 at St Mirren Park.

Scotland start their campaign against France on Tuesday July 16 with England v Germany another mouth-watering tie on the opening day of the Championship.

Reigning champions Spain, aiming for a third title in a row, open their tournament against Belgium.

The finals will act as UEFA’s qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

Tickets are now on sale via scottishfa.co.uk/wu19euro