GET a wink of sleep last night? No, neither did we.

Despite Martin Compston’s best efforts, the thought of the men’s national team’s return to the biggest stage was too exciting a thought to let something as mundane as sleep get in the way.

Scotland will kick-off against the Czech Republic at 2pm, starting a major tournament finals for the first time in 23 years.

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Ahead of the momentous Euros opener at Hampden, Scots have been getting right behind the team.

It seems everyone has been getting involved on social media.

Here are some of the top posts.

1. The First Minister is getting the nation up for the game by sharing out the team’s unlikely anthem, adopted during the delirious celebrations in Serbia in November.

2. Singer Rianne Downey has performed a rousing version of the national anthem outside Hampden.

3. Line of Duty star Martin Compston had a simple message for Scots.

4. SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford indulged in some nostalgia from France 1998.

5. Superstar Amy Macdonald shared her stirring version of Flower of Scotland, played to a packed out Hampden.

6. BBC football show A View from the Terrace (rebranded for the Euros), posted another classic.

7. National columnist Kirsty Strickland faced a patriotic dilemma at breakfast.

8. Ms Coull, headteacher at Denny Primary, gave her pupils the good news amid debates about whether children should be allowed to watch the game.

9. Olympian Kieron Achara got the nation boogieing with the help of singer Brooke Combe.

10. Finally, amid the excitement, this Twitter thread puts the game into perspective. Let’s do it for Jason, Scotland.