Thousands are expected to join the players of the England women’s soccer team to celebrate their momentous Euro victory.
The Lionesses took home the trophy after beating Germany 2-1 in extra time at Wembley on Sunday.
The day after, thousands of fans will have the opportunity to join the winning team at an event in central London.
Veteran player Alex Scott is hosting a celebration in Trafalgar Square from 11am.
Up to 7,000 supporters can attend the free, first come, first served event.
The celebration includes live music by DJ Monki, a screening of tournament highlights and a Q&A with the players and manager Sarina Wiegman before the trophy is lifted.
For those wishing to watch from home, the event will be broadcast on the BBC from 12:40pm.
Coverage – moderated by Scott – is expected to end around 2pm.
After their success on Sunday, which marked the first major tournament title for an English team since 1966, the Lionesses were inundated with honours.
Manchester City striker Chloe Kelly scored the win in the 110th minute in front of a record European Championship crowd for the final.
The Queen has hailed the Lionesses as “inspirational” and said their “success goes way beyond the trophy”, while the Spice Girls and Adele also congratulated the team.
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