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Urban Pups partners with Scotland Football Association for new range

The new range includes a t-shirt and a hoodie for dogs in either Wallace Blue or Away Blue with two different designs to choose from

Urban Pups has announced the launch of a new range of Scotland football hoodies and t-shirts for dogs after it was appointed official suppliers to the Scotland Football Association.

Scotland football fans are now able to purchase the new ‘Yes Sir, I can Boogie’ range with pieces that feature the Scotland crest.

The new range is a tribute to the Scotland national team’s locker room celebrations on the night they beat Serbia and qualified for UEFA EURO 2020, when they sang and danced to the ‘70s disco song by Spanish vocal duo Baccara.

The new range includes a t-shirt and a hoodie for dogs in either Wallace Blue or Away Blue with two different designs to choose from.

Urban Pup managing director Denis Kelly said: “After the success of our official Scotland football shirt and accessory ranges, it was a no-brainer to include this new fun range of hoodies and t-shirts to commemorate that very special night in Serbia when Scotland qualified for the EURO finals after a nail-biting penalty shoot-out.

“We know that supporters will love them just as much as we do – and what Scotland fan wouldn’t enjoy seeing their dog in a ‘Yes Sir, I can Boogie’ hoodie or T-Shirt. With only two games remaining to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, we know that the team can do it again, so this is the perfect way for fans to show that even the family dog wants them to win.”

Steven Romeo, head of Retail for the Scottish FA, added: “Qualifying for this summer’s EURO 2020 finals was a huge achievement for the Scotland national team and we want everyone in the country to get behind them again as we strive to make it to the FIFA World Cup finals in 2022.

“Thanks to this innovative new range from Urban Pup, dog-loving Scotland fans now have the opportunity to proudly demonstrate their support for the side by dressing their beloved canine companions in the national team’s colours.”

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