A Glasgow bakery located a mile from Hampden Park has raised thousands of pounds to support relief efforts in Ukraine.

Ukranian owner Yuriy Kachak was moved by the support from hundreds of Scots as the bakery raised an incredible £87,000 so far.

The Scottish FA showed their support to Yuriy and the team at Deanston Bakery by stopping by the Southside shop to surprise the staff with a match shirt signed by Steve Clarke's squad to be used in auction to help raise further funds.

Furthermore, every staff member was given a ticket to Scotland's match against Poland on Thursday which aims to raise money for UNICEF's response in Ukraine.

Yuriy said: "A lot of people want to help. It started with a bake sale and raffle tickets and we managed to reach £36,000. Then a very generous donor came on board and matched that total so we doubled our figure.

"It's sad and I wish we didn't have to do it. For the first two weeks I felt a bit lost. I don’t really know what to do but doing something keeps you busy. You feel anger and a certain element of guilt. Many people feel like that but you do what you can to help."

Since receiving the signed shirt, they have auctioned it to raise a further £500 to their already incredible total.