The Scottish FA have announced Be Charlotte’s song ‘Dreamers’ as the official track of the 18th UEFA Women’s Under-19 Championship.

Scotland play host to the tournament for the first time between 16 – 28 July 2019.

Supporters first heard the track when Be Charlotte performed pre-match to the gathered supporters at the recent Scottish Women’s National Team World Cup warm-up match against Jamaica on 28 May 2019 at Hampden Park.

Be Charlotte artiste, Charlotte Brimner hails from Dundee but is now based in Berlin. She has been signed to record label Columbia/Sony Music, joining the likes of global superstars Adele and Beyonce.

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."

Scott Galloway, Tournament Director, UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship, said: “We are delighted Charlotte is supporting the Championship with this song. 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.”

Group matches for the tournament will take place at Forthbank Stadium, McDiarmid Park and Firhill in Glasgow, with the Final being played on Sunday, 28 July at St Mirren Park.

Scotland start their campaign against France on Tuesday, 16 July 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 account against Belgium (see notes to editors for full fixture schedule).

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Group stage matches are priced £2 for adults, £1 for concession with the Semi-finals and Final priced at £5 & £2 respectively.  

Dreamers can be heard at