It comes in response to BBC documentary Russia’s Hooligan Army, which showed Russian football hooligans preparing for a “festival of violence”.
In the new Russian chant, football fans urge the BBC “not to fright a British fan” with the chorus repeating “don’t be afraid, we won’t touch you”.
Other lyrics include: “Brit says ‘going to Russia is spooky’, don’t be afraid, there is no place more soothing”.
Russian fans have hit back with a chant for British fans
Brit says ‘going to Russia is spooky’, don’t be afraid, there is no place more soothing
Chanting Russian football fans
And one fan adds: “Everything will be fine, you’re welcome."
They say Russian fans were “grossly misinterpreted” in order to scare people away from the competition.
The BBC documentary came in the aftermath of a horror attack from Russian Ultras who left two England fans fighting for their lives at Euro 2016.
Andrew Bache and Stewart Gray were left in comas as a result of the violence which was filmed and then posted online.
The brutality was so awful French police investigated the attack at attempted murder.
In the BBC documentary, hooligans who led a Russian group at the centre of the violence, which marred England’s game in Marseille during Euro 2016, predicted next year’s tournament would also turn vicious.
One hooligan, who watched the shocking scenes from his home, claimed the Russian thugs “were a special military force sent by Vladimir Putin to conquer Europe”.
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The performers tell British fans not to "be afraid"
Another hooligan, known as Vasily the Killer, told the BBC hooliganism had given him “principles and courage”.
“I wish I had been in Marseille the moment everything kicked off, when 150 Spartans, hooligans from all over Russia went there and f***** all these English,” he added. “These drunk chavs from Luton, Leeds and other English s***holes.
“I really wanted to be there a lot, I watched what was going on in Marseille and if I can say so, I watched like a professional.
“Looking at everything online, and I was thinking what I’d be doing if I was there. The current state of today’s English hooligans is the same as your western culture and civilisation – I mean deeply in the garbage bin.”
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