WATCH: Motherwell fans release Scottish Cup final song ahead of Hampden clash
Last Updated: 17/05/18 9:37am
Cup fever is alive and well in Scotland after Motherwell released a song in order to get the fans prepared for Hampden.
On Saturday, Steve Robinson's side will face Scottish Premiership champions and League Cup winners Celtic - who are aiming to complete a historic double treble, live on Sky Sports.
Motherwell have not reached the cup final since 2011, when they lost 3-0 to Celtic, and they last lifted the trophy in 1991, beating Dundee United 4-3 after extra-time.
The two sides also met in the Scottish League Cup final back in November, with Celtic emerging as the 2-0 winners.
However, hoping for inspiration as they look to go one better this weekend, they have rekindled an old tradition by re-releasing the 1969 classic 'Up The Well' alongside local group The Banter Thiefs, and the video shows footage of their journey to Hampden.
Motherwell defeated Aberdeen 3-0 in the semi-final while Brendan Rodgers' Celtic side beat rivals Rangers 4-0.
On Thursday morning the song was riding high at 17th in the iTunes charts, ahead of Rita Ora and Christina Aguilera.
Hit play at the top of the page to watch Motherwell's cup final song