A special language app will help with this unusual project, where they will make an audio version of “Szcze ne wmerła Ukrajina I fame I will”. The application can be downloaded to mobile devices. Scottish fans are the ones who came up with this initiative. The hosts of the match invited opera singer Wasyl Sawenko and the duet – Julia Kogut-Kaliniuk and Kateryna Traczuk.

The local “Voice of the City” choir will perform in Hampden Park where, by tradition, it sings the Scottish national anthem before international football matches. The song “Flower of Scotland” will also be available in this app. A Ukrainian citizen provided an audio version of the visitors.

Football unites people and the World Cup is something special. We all know that this match is more important and that the eyes of the world will be watching closely. We want all Scottish fans and all football fans to show their solidarity by singing the anthem and show the world that they are united with Ukraine through language,” said Colin Watkins, Director of Language Learning UK.

Scotland and Ukraine were due to play in Glasgow in March, but the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24 forced the match to be postponed to another date to allow more preparation time.

This is the semi-finals of this year’s World Cup qualifiers. The winner of the match will face Wales on June 5 for a place in the tournament hosted by Qatar.


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