Ed Sheeran dons an England football shirt as he jets off to Germany and leads stars supporting the home team as they take on Denmark at the Euros

Ed Sheeran jetted off to Germany as he led the stars supporting England as they tied 1-1 with Denmark during their second game of the Euros on Wednesday.

The singer, 33, was spotted in the stands proudly wearing his Three Lions looking stressed as he watched the match unfold.  

Earlier he donned padded jacket as he strolled through his fellow football fans and despite selling 150M records worldwide, seemingly went unrecognised. 

Olly Murs, 40, was also dressed for the occasion as he watched the match from home and posted a whole host of hysterical updates to his Instagram Stories. 

The former X Factor star went from beaming to bored to furious and back again while cheering on his beloved team. 

Ed Sheeran jetted off to Germany as he led the stars supporting England as they tied 1-1 with Denmark during their second game of the Euros on Wednesday  

The singer, 33, was spotted in the stands proudly wearing his Three Lions looking stressed as he watched the match unfold

The singer, 33, was spotted in the stands proudly wearing his Three Lions looking stressed as he watched the match unfold

Olly Murs , 40, was also dressed for the occasion as he watched the match from home and posted a whole host of hysterical updates to his Instagram Stories

Olly Murs , 40, was also dressed for the occasion as he watched the match from home and posted a whole host of hysterical updates to his Instagram Stories 

Dani Dyer, 27, was another star to make the journey to Germany and watched from the stands as she supported partner Jarrod Bowen, also 27. 

The Love Island winner and the West Ham United footballer are parents to one-year-old twin girls Summer and Star, who also made the trip. 

Dani joined other WAGs and during a break in the game took to her Instagram Stories to pose for a beaming selfie with a pal.

Meanwhile Former player Peter Crouch, 43, watched the game from the Isle of White Festival where he was appearing on stage for a live recording of his podcast. 

During the show he led the huge audience in a sing along of The Beatles famous hit Hey Jude in support of the team. 

Cruz Beckham, 21, was also watching the game and shared a snap of what appeared to be a new three Lion’s tattoo.

The son of England legend David, 49, and Spice Girl Victoria, 50, proudly held his latest inking to his football shirt. 

The Three Lions had got off to the perfect start when England captain Harry Kane fired home after 18 minutes – but his strike was cancelled out by Danish midfielder Morten Hjulmand’s thunderbolt 10 minutes before half-time.

The former X Factor star went from beaming to bored to furious and back again while cheering on his beloved team

The former X Factor star went from beaming to bored to furious and back again while cheering on his beloved team

The former X Factor star went from beaming to bored to furious and back again while cheering on his beloved team

Dani Dyer (R) was another star to make the journey to Germany and watched from the stands as she supported partner Jarrod Bowen

Dani Dyer (R) was another star to make the journey to Germany and watched from the stands as she supported partner Jarrod Bowen

The Love Island winner and the West Ham United footballer are parents to one-year-old twin girls Summer and Star, who also made the trip

The Love Island winner and the West Ham United footballer are parents to one-year-old twin girls Summer and Star, who also made the trip

Former EastEnders actor Shaun Williamson serenaded the huge crowd at Box Park Wembley

Former EastEnders actor Shaun Williamson serenaded the huge crowd at Box Park Wembley 

Lates posing for a snap with rapper Aitch

Lates posing for a snap with rapper Aitch 

Former Peter Crouch (L)  watched the game from the Isle of White Festival where he was appearing on stage for a live recording of his podcast

Former Peter Crouch (L)  watched the game from the Isle of White Festival where he was appearing on stage for a live recording of his podcast

While on stage with his co-hosts he led the audience in a sing along to show support for England

While on stage with his co-hosts he led the audience in a sing along to show support for England

Cruz Beckham, 21, was also watching the game and shared a snap of what appeared to be a new three Lion's tattoo

Cruz Beckham, 21, was also watching the game and shared a snap of what appeared to be a new three Lion’s tattoo

England’s star-studded squad, who beat Serbia in a nervy 1-0 win on Sunday, have the support of their WAGs and the nation as the tournament favourites attempt to go one step further than Euro 2020, when they lost to Italy in the final at Wembley. 

But the dejected travelling support booed the squad at full-time after a lacklustre performance in Frankfurt. 

The Prince of Wales, who is also the President of the Football Association, was among those who have travelled to the game – and had been hoping for an early birthday present.

The royal jumped off his seat and passionately celebrated when Kane opened the scoring with a close-range strike after Kyle Walker had stormed down the right-wing and pulled the ball back.

The Frankfurt Arena erupted as Kane – who now plays his club football in Germany for Bayern Munich – wheeled away in celebration, while pints were launched into the air in fan zones and pubs across England. 

But the celebrations were short-lived as Hjulmand silenced England’s vocal fan base when he powered home with a sensational strike from outside the box, leaving goalkeeper Jordan Pickford helpless as the ball cannoned in off the post. 

England fans thought they were back in front as Phil Foden struck the post in a rare positive moment with his own long-range strike ten minutes into the second half.

But amid another disappointing performance, Southgate rolled the dice with just over 20 minutes to go, bringing Jarrod Bowen, Ollie Watkins and Eberechi Eze on for Foden, Kane and Saka.

And it nearly paid off, as Bellingham put Watkins in behind immediately but his effort was saved by Kasper Schmeichel. Pickford was then called into action by Pierre-Emile Højbjerg as tension grew in the final stages.

The Three Lions had got off to the perfect start when England captain Harry Kane fired home after 18 minutes - but his strike was cancelled out by Danish midfielder Morten Hjulmand's thunderbolt 10 minutes before half-time

The Three Lions had got off to the perfect start when England captain Harry Kane fired home after 18 minutes – but his strike was cancelled out by Danish midfielder Morten Hjulmand’s thunderbolt 10 minutes before half-time

With five minutes to go, Denmark almost snatched all three points with a curling effort from Højbjerg again, but it went narrowly wide

With five minutes to go, Denmark almost snatched all three points with a curling effort from Højbjerg again, but it went narrowly wide

With five minutes to go, Denmark almost snatched all three points with a curling effort from Højbjerg again, but it went narrowly wide. 

But the game ended 1-1, leaving England top of Group C with four points from two games – with one game to go against Slovenia on Tuesday. 

Before kick-off, the Prince of Wales joined England’s players and fans in singing the national anthem – and gave a thumbs up in an indication that he was feeling positive about tonight’s game. 

William, who turns 42 tomorrow, was spotted deep in conversation with Denmark King Frederik X as the royals joined tens of thousands of fans at the Frankfurt Arena, with millions more watching at home. 

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