<p>England will face the ultimate test in the Euro final on Sunday</p>

England will face the ultimate test in the Euro final on Sunday

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After a nail-biting semi-final between England and Denmark, the Three Lions have officially made it through to the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.

Gareth Southgate’s men earned their way into the final after their 2-1 win against Denmark, when Harry Kane scored a penalty rebound.

England flags swept the nation in hopes that the nation would secure a place in the tournament final for the first time since 1966. And, it paid off...

The team will face Italy in the final on Sunday where pubs plan to open for an additional 45 minutes - an added bonus for Brits.

Supporters at Wembley cheer England along to the Euro 2020 final Supporters at Wembley cheered England along to the Euro 2020 final POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Some fans in Trafalgar Square were still in disbelief at the England win...

Some supporters were still in shock AFP via Getty Images

While others jumped for joy.

<p>England will face the ultimate test in the Euro final on Sunday</p>Supporters soaking in the atmosphere at Trafalgar SquareGetty Images

Gareth Southgate celebrating the 2-1 win against Denmark Getty Images

Crowds in Newcastle also broke out into roaring cheers with flying beers, as Kane’s penalty rebounded for the winning goal - making it 2-1.

Fans gathered in Trafalgar Square during the semi-final and were sent into raptures after England equalised against Denmark.

When Raheem Sterling’s shot flew into the net at Wembley, those in the fan zone roared loudly, jumped onto the tables, and threw their beers in the air.

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They began chanting “Come on England” and “It’s coming home.”One fan, Carl Afinwayo, 23, from Croydon, south London, told the PA news agency: “Oh my word, it’s insane, we needed that – we needed to equalise. “Sterling has had a great tournament as well, he should be knighted!”

Excitement is in the air over at Trafalgar SquareExcitement is in the air over at Trafalgar SquareAFP via Getty Images

Fans watching England v DenmarkThe chanting continues! PA

Fans at London’s Boxpark also celebrated the team’s first goal of the night.

Supporters react to England\u2019s first goal of the night Supporters react to England’s first goal of the night AFP via Getty Images

At Wembley, Prince William joined England fans for the nail-biting game.

Prince William looks The Duke of Cambridge watched on from the Wembley stands POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Prime minister, Boris Johnson, and wife Carrie, are among the Wembley crowd Prime minister, Boris Johnson, and his wife Carrie, were among the crowd at WembleyPOOL/AFP via Getty Images

The prime minister is spotted wearing a personalised England shirt The prime minister was spotted in his very own personalised ‘Boris’ shirt POOL/AFP via Getty Images

Scenes in Manchester showed ‘buzzed’ fans cheer on Southgate’s men.

England fans cheer on from Manchester\u2019s first \u2018fan park\u2019England fans cheered on from Manchester’s first ‘fan park’AFP via Getty Images

The atmosphere heated up earlier than anticipated with around 50,000 fans waiting to get in at Wembley Stadium hours before kick-off.

Earlier in the day, Gary Neville gave Twitter a sneak peek of the calm before the storm at Wembley, while eager fans took to the streets outside the stadium.

England fans pose outside the stadium ahead of the game England fans posed outside the stadium ahead of the game AFP via Getty Images

It was a party atmosphere on Wembley WayAFP via Getty Images

One fan is geared up and ready to go One fan was geared up and ready to go Getty Images

Some fans had a head start with the refreshmentsGetty Images

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The first few Denmark fans are seen taking their seats at Wembley The first few Danish fans made their way to their seatsGetty Images

While other fans took the opportunity to pose for a picture.

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There were huge crowds in the rest of London in the run-up to the match, with Mayor Sadiq Khan describing the atmosphere as “electric”.

Fans watching England v DenmarkFans sang for England!PA

Kalvin Phillips, Aaron Ramsdale, Declan Rice, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Jordan Henderson of England inspect the pitch prior to the match.

Some of the England team take to the pitchGetty Images

It’s coming home!

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