We are ready for the football to come home ahead of World Cup semi-final-England Fans

Soccer Football – World Cup – England fans

The England fans across the nation will have only one thing on their minds today – and three little words. As the Three Lions get ready to face Croatia in their semi-final match in Moscow tonight, fans in the UK are getting ready to take up their spot in front of the big screen.
Supporters who had stayed at home for the early stages of the tournament have flocked to get a piece of the action as Gareth Southgate’s men chase a first World Cup final in 52 years. Is it going to come home? ‘Course it is! Up to 10,000 England fans are expected to descend on the Russian capital city whether or not they’ve got an elusive ticket to get inside the Luzhniki Stadium.
Many were already spotted singing and chanting late into the night in the streets of Moscow on the eve of the biggest game in nearly three decades for our national team. And no doubt the mantra will be the same today: ‘It’s coming home.’ The immortal line from the Baddiel and Skinner and the Lightning Seeds’ classic created a buzz on social media before being adopted as the slogan for the entire tournament.
Fans desperate to see an end to the years of hurt may even have helped the 1996 song secure a Number 1 spot in the singles charts this week. England fans take over the streets of Moscow before Croatia .
If England go through, it will be the first World Cup final in 52 years. England fans erupt after Harry Maguire heads it home.
Fans are hoping for a repeat of Saturday’s success. Get your ponchos ready for a beery shower if you’re anywhere near a pub tonight.
Across the UK, pubs, bars, gardens and public parks are getting ready to host huge World Cup parties – with police warning fans not to ‘overstep the line’ with celebrations. Around 30,000 people are expected in London’s Hyde Park, where a special screening has been organised for the 7pm kick-off.
If England do make it through tonight they will face France who stormed into the World Cup final with a 1-0 victory over Belgium last night. French fans celebrated in the streets with videos and pictures showing them letting off flares and waving flags in joy.

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