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Ukraine have been touted as possible dark horses at Euro 2024 given their talented squad, but their presence alone remains remarkable given the ongoing war back home.

Legendary forward and Ukraine Football Association president Andriy Shevchenko has today been highlighting the impact of the war.

Shevchenko has taken part in the unveiling of an installation in Munich which features damaged seats from the Sonyachny stadium in Kharkiv.

The stadium had been built for Euro 2012 but has been damaged by Russian shelling in the war.

Shevchenko was pictured with children holding a sign reading ‘My national team is as invincible as my country’.

Fans attending the match are also able to wear virtual reality glasses showing the Sonyachny stadium.

Andriy Shevchenko, Ukrainian football legend and UAF President, presents an installation ahead of the Group E match between Romania and Ukraine at the Euro 2024 soccer tournament in Munich, Germany, Monday, June 17, 2024. A poignant installation has been unveiled ahead of Ukraine's first match at the European Championship. A destroyed stand from Kharkiv's Sonyachny stadium that was built for Euro 2012 has been displayed in a square in Munich ahead of the team's opener against Romania. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
epa11417384 A man wears VR glasses at an installation exhibiting damaged seats from the Sonyachny Stadium of Kharkiv, Ukraine, at Wittelsbacherplatz in Munich, Germany, 17 June 2024. Ukraine was a co-host for the UEFA EURO 2012 soccer tournament and the stadium was damaged during shelling amid the ongoing Russian invasion. Ukraine's national team will face Romania in their UEFA EURO 2024 debut match in Munich, Germany, on 17 June.  EPA/ANNA SZILAGYI