How to get HUGE breakfast deals on Greggs and The Breakfast Club to fuel you through tense early-hour Women’s World Cup clashes
- Just Eat have a number of early morning deals for hungry World Cup watchers
- Read more: England fans wear red and white to mark World Cup quarter-final
With the Women’s World Cup nearing a conclusion, people across the UK will likely be waking up early to learn the fate of the Lionesses’.
The European champions are facing off with Colombia in a quarter-final clash today.
To help football fans through the tense early hours, food delivery service Just Eat has announced a month of breakfast deals – with some saving you up to 40%.
These include family favourite Greggs, which has a double-up deal for £6 until 10.45am. This means fans can get hold of two sandwiches (including breakfast rolls) and drinks for the small price.
The Breakfast Club is also offering a Match Day Bundle for £11, which includes a breakfast sandwich, hash browns and a soft drink.
With the Women’s World Cup nearing a conclusion, people across the UK will likely be waking up early to learn the fate of the Lionesses’
Other offers come from Joe & The Juice, which will give anyone spending £15 through Just Eat a free pastry until 11am.
There are further deals from Caffe Nero, Pret a Manger, Iceland, LEON and Co-op available through the website.
The offers will continue from today until August 20 or 22.
Just Eat said: ‘With footy fans across the country rising early to watch the world’s biggest women’s football tournament, Just Eat is delivering a month-long season of deal-icious breakfast savings from the biggest brands and local restaurants.
‘Hungry Brits can enjoy tasty breakfast offers and freebies, exclusively on Just Eat.’
It comes as England fans have come out waving flags and wearing red and white face paint ahead of the Lionesses’ World Cup quarter-final clash with Colombia.
The Lionesses are up there with the favourites to go on and win the the whole tournament Down Under, which would see them add to their Euro 2022 glory last year.
To help football fans through the tense early hours, food delivery service Just Eat has announced a month of breakfast deals – with some saving you up to 40%
Excited England fans (outside Stadium Australia, Sydney) have come out waving flags and wearing red and white face paint ahead of the Lionesses’ quarter-final clash with Colombia
England needed penalties to beat Nigeria in the last-16 and will be without their star of the tournament, Lauren James, this afternoon after she picked up a two-match ban for stamping on Michelle Alozie’s back in a ‘Beckham moment’.
World Cup fever is well and truly underway as England fans descend on Stadium Australia in Sydney for the next chapter of the Anglo-Colombian footballing story. The Lionesses will face hosts Australia should they progress to the semi-finals after the hosts knocked out France on penalties this morning.
England fans have been pictured completely kitted out in red and white outfits, while the Colombians have brought the flare with their bright yellow shirts, wigs and face paint.
Fans have been posing in front of Sydney’s famous Opera House with St George’s flags as they prepare for Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses to take on a Colombia side who are ranked more than 20 places below them.
World Cup fever is well and truly underway as England fans descend on Stadium Australia in Sydney for the next chapter of the Anglo-Colombian footballing story
Fans watch the Australia v France on a big screen outside the ground before the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final between England and Colombia
England are no doubt favourites to win today but their performances have so far lacked their usual cutting edge. Their 6-1 win over China, in which Lauren James scored two goals and registered three assists, was by far the standout.
Before that, they narrowly overcame Haiti and Denmark 1-0 and on Monday avoided a major upset by beating Nigeria on penalties after a 0-0 stalemate.
England will be hoping to continue their World Cup run Down Under in a tournament which has already seen several favourites dumped out in earlier rounds, with Brazil and current world champions USA both eliminated in the group stage and last-16 respectively.
The Lionesses made history last summer by beating Germany 2-1 at Wembley to become European champions for the first time ever. Now, Wiegman’s team have their eyes on conquering the world.
The Lionesses boss said ahead of today’s clash that England have a plan to take on Colombia without top scorer Lauren James – who has netted three and assisted three in four matches.
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