The wives and girlfriends of England players have shown their support after being forced to watch the Euros clash against Ukraine at home due to Italy’s quarantine rules.
This year’s WAG cohort have been unable to travel to Rome’s Stadio Olimpico to watch the Three Lions’ quarter final match because all UK arrivals must self-isolate for five days after arriving in Italy – which is on England’s amber list.
Instead, the glamorous partners of England’s players are watching their side’s bid to make their first Euro semi final for 25 years from home turf.
Harry Kane’s wife Katie Goodland shared a picture posing with their daughters Ivy and Vivienne and son Louis in a teepee.
Harry Kane ‘s wife Katie Goodland shared a picture posing with their daughters Ivy and Vivienne and son Louis in a teepee (pictured)
She also shared a picture of their daughters Ivy and Vivienne posing in a teepee
England flags were draped along a bar. In one image, Katie is seen holding Louis, who was born in December last year
She used the hashtags ‘its coming home’ and ‘lets go baby’ as she cheered on her husband and showed off their teepee
Harry Maguire’s fiancée Fern Hawkins shared a picture of their set up to watch the match with the caption: ‘Come on the boys’
The extravagant structure featured a cardboard cutout of Kane, next to a neon sign reading: ‘Come on England’.
England flags were draped along a bar. In one image, Katie is seen holding Louis, who was born in December last year.
Also cheering on their partner is Jordan Pickford’s girlfriend Megan Davison.
She shared a selfie of herself in a mirror with the caption: ‘Supporting from home, adding: ‘Come on England.’
Harry Maguire’s sister Daisy also shared her support. She posed inside a structure – which appeared to be a beer tent – in front of an England flag.
In her caption, shared with a fingers crossed emoji, she wrote: ‘Let’s go.’
Also cheering on their partner is Jordan Pickford’s girlfriend Megan Davison. She shared a selfie of herself in a mirror with the caption: ‘Supporting from home, adding: ‘Come on England’
Harry Maguire’s sister Daisy also shared her support. She posed inside a structure – which appeared to be a beer tent – in front of an England flag
In her caption, shared with a fingers crossed emoji, she wrote: ‘Let’s go’
Today, expat supporters from Dubai, Switzerland, Spain, Prague and France arrived in Rome ahead of tonight’s 8pm kickoff.
More than 300 flew from the UAE – paying £700 for a return ticket – with a further 200 expected to arrive before the evening kick off.
And even German fans in Rome said they will be cheering on England after they were swayed by the passionate support they saw at Wembley when their team was defeated.
Meanwhile, fans back home are preparing to pack out pubs and beer gardens for tonight’s quarter final clash.
England’s Declan Rice, Harry Kane, Aaron Ramsdale and Tyrone Mings prepare ahead of the match
England fans are photographed in the Piazza del Popolo, before the Euros clash against Ukraine in the highly-anticipated quarter final
England fans start their day early in Liverpool, Merseyside, before England’s game against Ukraine later this evening
Supporters enjoy a drink outside a pub hours before the start of the Euro 2020 championship quarter final showdown with Ukraine
The national side will take on Andriy Shevchenko’s men at the Stadio Olympico in Rome, but Italy remains on the UK’s amber list and supporters have been urged not to travel.
Regulations in Italy also mean they needed to have spent five days in quarantine and have had a negative post-isolation Covid test to be allowed into the stadium.
That means those backing Gareth Southgate’s men in their first away game of the tournament will either be those who call Italy their new home, or who have travelled from another European country to attend the game.
Italian police are set to bring in check points at the Olympic Stadium to intercept and arrest any England fans who slip into the country from the UK.
England fans from across the world have descended on Rome and vowed to cheer the national side to victory in their clash against Ukraine
England fans enjoy a drink outside a pub hours before the start of the Euro 2020 football championship quarterfinal match
England fans are seen drinking before their side’s Euros clash in Rome today
Fans from around the world pose with an England flag as they eagerly anticipate the UEFA 2020 match taking place at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Expat fans were warned to carry proof of their address or face being arrested and fined £386 if they are found to have breached the quarantine rules.
Meanwhile there are fears celebrating supporters back home will drink pubs and stores dry this weekend because of possible beer shortages.
Deliveries of beer, fresh food and barbecue essentials to pubs, convenience stores and supermarkets are being hit by a national lack of drivers.
Elsewhere models from Ukraine’s notorious ‘Butt Squad’ – jailed for a racy photoshoot in Dubai – posed in Kiev to support their country.
Their balcony image on a skyscraper caused outrage when it went viral in April, but now four of the women used blue and yellow Ukrainian flags as props to back their team.