As the action unfolded on the pitch, fans of both Italy and England made sure to go the extra mile in support of their chosen team. While the stands at Wembley saw one man dressed as Pope Francis, another dyed the England flag into his beard.
Elsewhere across the country, one woman rocked the England lion on her head, while another was pictured watching the match in an England-themed bra.
Thousands of young fans turned out in support of England today, many of them with the team’s flag painted on their faces. This young boy added a fedora hat to complete his look
This man ensured it would be known that he was at Wembley in support of England, rocking a white and red blazer, complete with an embroidered English rose on the chest pocket.
Another young fan, this boy stood out from the crowd in a red and white curly wig. If his choice of headwear wasn’t enough to show which side he was on, he also wore the squad’s official t-shirt.
This Italy fan wore the country’s flag around his shoulders, adding a chainmail vest and medieval helmet with red feathers.
This woman braved the rainy forecast in a bra top featuring the England flag. The flag’s red cross was also painted across both of her cheeks.
Taking the words from what is arguably English football’s most famous chant, this fan wore a shirt with the words ‘it’s coming home’ emblazoned on its back.
Quite possibly the most inventive of outfits at Wembley Stadium on Sunday was this Italy fan’s take on the official dress of Pope Francis. He even completed the look with a gold-painted hat.
Proving his unwavering commitment to English football and optimism that the football would finally be coming home, this man dyed the flag’s cross into his beard.
This woman, who was pictured arriving at a Manchester fan park on Sunday, wore an England shirt, and England flag around her shoulders and, to finish off the look, one of England’s three lions on her head.
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