Lionesses will greet thousands of fans at London’s Trafalgar Square on Monday as they continue to enjoy their historic victory over Germany in the Euro 2022 final.
Come before 11 a.m., 7,000 tickets will be available for those eager to see their heroes on a first-served basis.
The team will reach the stage at around 12.40 pm for the ceremony to be broadcast on BBC1.
Manager Sarina Wigman and the team will take to the stage for a Q&A and trophy lift, and music and highlights from the tournament will draw crowds until 2 p.m.
Meanwhile, the Queen paid tribute to the team as they became the first senior England team to win a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.
In a message to the team, Her Majesty Her Majesty the Queen said: “This is a significant achievement for the entire team including your support staff. The Championships and your performance in them have been truly commendable.
“However, your success goes far beyond the trophy you have earned. You all have set an example that will be an inspiration for the girls and women of today and for generations to come.
Image: Fans queue at Trafalgar Square
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Trafalgar Square Celebrations
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Starting 11 a.m. on Trafalgar Square, 7,000 fans will have the opportunity to show their support for the lioness. Supporters will be able to get free admission on a first-come-first-served basis, as well as listen to DJ Monkey and watch tournament highlights on the big screen.
Sarina Wigman and the England team will grace the stage for a Q&A and trophy lift. The event will be broadcast on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 12.40pm, hosted by Lioness legend Alex Scott MBE, and is expected to end at 2pm.