Recently, a new international football competition was inaugurated, namely the UEFA Nations League. Being this a European-wide cup, the organisers decided to have the anthem in ... Latin! Certainly a better choice than the Champions League anthem, which is in English, French and German.
The new anthem is here (is actually quite good!). The "official" lyrics are here. As you can quickly realise, the ordering of the latter does not match the ones in the song. So instead, you can look at this video, which syncronises the lyrics with the song.
Now, most of it makes sense. But two things are not clear.
The bits that allegedly say "Hanc in lucem" (e.g. here). I imagine the singers are not using an Ecclesiastical pronunciation (with which I'm most familiar), so the c is not as in Italian ( /tʃ/, when preceding an e or an i ) but as a "k". Hence the pronunciation? Is that what they are really saying?
Around 1:14, it allegedly says "Lude", but it just sound so different to it - sounds a bit like meda (not a Latin word). Can you recognise that bit of the lyrics?