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Twenty million England fans go wild across the country as Lionesses WIN nerve-shredding Euro final against Germany

Tonight, at the biggest girls power soccer party in the country, 20 million fans nationwide yelled at Lioness.

England’s groundbreaking Euro victory at Wembley has become a historic celebration of the women’s match in a delightful delight.

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Fans across the country exploded when Lioness made history at Wembley tonightCredit: AP
English girls win a staggering 2 to 1 victory over Germany

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English girls win a staggering 2 to 1 victory over GermanyCredit: Reuters
After the last whistle rang, there were tears of joy at Wembley

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After the last whistle rang, there were tears of joy at WembleyCredit: Reuters
Shoreditch Box Park supporters erupted first when Eratoon scored his first goal in the second half.

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Shoreditch Box Park supporters erupted first when Eratoon scored his first goal in the second half.Credit: Ray Collins
Then there was a moment of disappointment when Germany became equal.

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Then there was a moment of disappointment when Germany became equal.Credit: Reuters
However, Chloe Kelly scored in overtime-winning England with a 2-1 goal.

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However, Chloe Kelly scored in overtime-winning England with a 2-1 goal.Credit: Getty
Tensions built as the last moment of the game approaches

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Tensions built as the last moment of the game approachesCredit: Getty
Busy Box Park Croydon erupted as Toon tapped the ball

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Busy Box Park Croydon erupted as Toon tapped the ballCredit: Reuters
Fans from all over the country are cramming pubs and bars and enjoying the action

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Fans from all over the country are cramming pubs and bars and enjoying the actionCredit: Reuters
Prince William sent a good wish to the team before the match started tonight

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Prince William sent a good wish to the team before the match started tonightCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun
The Duke of Cambridge handed the girls medals tonight

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The Duke of Cambridge handed the girls medals tonightCredit: Reuters
Family watching a nail biting match together hugged each other

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Family watching a nail biting match together hugged each otherCredit: Rex
In the designated Supporters Zone of Trafalgar Square, supporters jumped into the fountain and danced on the street, hosting a large party.

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In the designated Supporters Zone of Trafalgar Square, supporters jumped into the fountain and danced on the street, hosting a large party.Credit: PA

Not only veteran sports supporters, but many people, including millions of men, participated for the first time, just as the Salina Wiefman fighters took pride in us.

When Ella Toone’s stunning robe opener brought England forward, a large fanfest exploded with delight at the Box Park venue in the shadow of Wembley.

Despite Lina Magal’s late German equalizer, beer and cheers continued.

And when supersub Chloe Kelly stabbed the winner of overtime into the house and stripped off his shirt for a wild celebration, the roof came off.

The latest reaction when the Queen praises Lioness' historic victory
Queen celebrates

Wembley Way was once unimaginable in a women’s game, and became a red and white sea as the joyous waving flags with their faces spurred it.

And while rival fans and family enjoyed the celebration together, it was nothing more than a smile and friendship.

More than 7,000 Lion Hearts, supported by Sun mascot Harry Manet, barked at the girls in the fan zone of Trafalgar Square.

Haley Oldling, 27, left Bournemouth with her parents Gary (60) and Karen (59) before heading to Wembley for the finals.

The recruitment consultant said: “I was fortunate to be able to return these tickets to the ballot in November. Still, I had the belief and confidence that they could go all the way.”

They joined Haley’s brother Matt, 30, who shortened his Italian holiday to see the finals.

A teacher at an elementary school in Leeds said: “Regardless of the score, Lioness has built his own history.

“Men could certainly learn one or two things from them.”

Super fan Tess Doran, 8, who melted the hearts of the public when he filmed a dance with Sweet Caroline after the semi-finals on Tuesday, landed a treat on the final day of yesterday.

The adorable young man jumped at joy when he was handed the shirt that Alessia Russo was wearing. Alessia Russo’s noble back heel was England’s third goal over Sweden.

Tess, a star truck in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, was excited and bubbling, shouting, “That’s amazing!”

She was one of the millions who danced with joy last night.

The moment the whistle rang, 87,192 fans watching at Wembley began singing in a stunning scene.

The crowd is the largest in Britain’s history in the Euro finals.

Tonight, British people across the country have been nailed to the TV screen for big games

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Tonight, British people across the country have been nailed to the TV screen for big gamesCredit: Reuters
In central London, fans hugged the fountain

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In central London, fans hugged the fountainCredit: Getty
A deafening cheer rang as the team soared towards victory.

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A deafening cheer rang as the team soared towards victory.Credit: Mike Ruane / Story Picture Agency
Fans raise pints at Central Park in Newcastle

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Fans raise pints at Central Park in NewcastleCredit: NNP
Tonight there is a big celebration all over the country

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Tonight there is a big celebration all over the countryCredit: Getty
Incredible tournaments united the country

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Incredible tournaments united the countryCredit: Reuters
A young fan took her seat dressed as a lion

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A young fan took her seat dressed as a lionCredit: Rex
Tonight's victory is the first big trophy for the women's team.

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Tonight’s victory is the first big trophy for the women’s team.Credit: Reuters
The crowd belted the chanting of

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The crowd belted the chanting of “It’s Coming Home”Credit: Reuters
Lioness influenced young girls and women

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Lioness influenced young girls and womenCredit: Getty
Boris Johnson watched the game tonight with two young children

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Boris Johnson watched the game tonight with two young children
Hopeful Rishi Sunak, Tory leader, joined supporters at the Bishop's Mill Pub in Salisbury to watch the match.

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Hopeful Rishi Sunak, Tory leader, joined supporters at the Bishop’s Mill Pub in Salisbury to watch the match.Credit: Getty

The Queen welcomed the team as “inspiration”.

Her grandson William also pays homage to the team for their “sensational” victory. He said: “The whole country couldn’t be proud of all of you.”

This is the first big trophy for a women’s team.

This victory is also the first football honor in the country since winning the Men’s World Cup in 1966.

Initially, the British were projected to cut 8.7 million pints and spend £ 46.1m on today’s buzzer. But as the country celebrates, that estimate can now be a small fry.

The final is expected to be the most watched television event of the year, attracting a record 19.5 million viewers.

Heroic Lioness has inspired a generation of girls with an incredible campaign for the Euro 2022 final.

Back-heel heroines Alessia Russo and teammates Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and Millie Bright have become famous thanks to their stunning campaign.

The FA now expects an additional 120,000 girls to play sports by 2024 due to England’s success.

Princess Charlotte today led the team’s support with a heartwarming message with Prince William.

She said: “Good luck, I hope you win”-before it ends up sweetly with a pretty sudden “buy”.

“You are doing amazingly well at the competition and we have been supporting you all the time,” added William, FA President.

Boris Johnson shared a photo of himself watching the game with the kids Wilf and Romy. He tweeted: “We are all crazy about watching Lioness here! Come to England!”

David Beckham was one of England’s past and present stars, hoping for the good luck of women today.

He shared a photo of his daughter Harper hitting a ball behind the net to wish the woman good luck.

The young man says, “Let’s go to the girl and take the cup home.”

I'm a nutritionist-this is the worst menu for McDonald's, KFC and Domino
Jema Collins strips into a white swimsuit and faints as she looks slimmer than ever

Beckham added, “Thank you for inspiring my daughter, and thank you for inspiring the whole country.”

The English captain also had Harry Kane in the crowd for victory. He said: “The whole country is behind you.”

Start of Lioness tonight 11

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Start of Lioness tonight 11
Fans receive drinks at Wembley's Boxpark

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Fans receive drinks at Wembley’s BoxparkCredit: Reuters
Young fans get well at Wembley

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Young fans get well at WembleyCredit: Reuters
There was a record crowd in the stadium

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There was a record crowd in the stadiumCredit: Getty
British fans pose outside Wembley

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British fans pose outside WembleyCredit: PA
Millions of people participated in the finals.These supporters shouted with joy at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol while enjoying the game.

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Millions of people participated in the finals.These supporters shouted with joy at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol while enjoying the game.Credit: SWNS
The country threw their support behind the team

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The country threw their support behind the teamCredit: Getty
Princess Charlotte wishes Lioness good luck

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Princess Charlotte wishes Lioness good luck
David and Harper Beckham were among those wishing the girl good luck

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David and Harper Beckham were among those wishing the girl good luck
Harry Kane also wishes the team good luck

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Harry Kane also wishes the team good luck

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