Inside England’s wild Euros celebrations as Lionesses belt out ‘It’s Coming Home’ and neck beers in dressing room disco
ENGLAND stars went wild with joy as they celebrated their famous Euros final win over Germany.
Sarina Wiegman’s team lifted the trophy after an epic 2-1 extra-time victory at Wembley.
Stars necked beers in a dressing room disco before belting out “It’s Coming Home” during a press-conference invasion.
Jubilant players dancing and sang the night away as several showed off their best moves in heart-warming scenes.
Of course, the Euro trophy took centre stage in the changing room.
And the Lionesses made sure not to get too close with their party.
Goalkeeper Mary Earps looked to be having a ball after making several big saves.
She took a huge bite of her medal while flashing a cheeky grin at the camera.
Meanwhile, goal scorer Ella Toone showed off her medal to the camera.
A caption added: “Best day of my life. Thanks for all the messages! Get back to you tomorrow.
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“Not ignoring people am just having a ball.”
Captain Leah Williamson posted a raucous video of her teammates letting loose in the changing room.
England stars looked to be having the time of their lives as they sang along with the music.
They then decided to invade Wiegman’s press conference, singing the epic song “It’s Coming Home” before waltzing back to the dressing room.
The England boss gave an emotional talk after overcoming the death of her sister just weeks before the tournament.
Wiegman said: “I kissed this little arm band that was my sister’s. She passed away during our prep camps.
“That was a big miss, she was my mate, and she was on the crossbar today.
She would have been here. I’m really proud of her.”
“For the first time in years I had a beer. I don’t like it but I enjoyed it. First we will party. I am really pleased how we accomplished it.”
Wiliamson added: “I just can’t stop crying. With something like this, we talk and talk and we finally done it. It’s about doing it on the pitch and I tell you what, the kids are alright.
“It’s the proudest moment of my life – until the day I have kids I suppose. I am going to lap it up.
“Every single piece of advice I got was to take every single second in because you’re going to want to relive it over and over and I’ll be reliving that for a long time.
“The legacy of this tournament is a change in society. It’s everything we’ve done.
“We’ve bought everyone together. We’ve got people to come to games and we want them to come to WSL games but the legacy of this team is winners and this is the start of the journey.”