Kate Middleton and Prince William to cheer on England in Euros 2020 clash against Germany tonight

KATE Middleton and Prince William will be cheering on England at Wembley tonight in the Euros 2020 clash.

England players face their historic enemy Germany in the football showdown tonight as the Three Lions battle their first match in the last 16.

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The Duke of Cambridge, who is also President of The Football Association, will appear at Wembley Stadium for England's fourth match of the Euros.

Prince William has held the position as President of the FA for more than 15 years and has regularly attended the FA Cup final.

Other than supporting England, the Prince is an Aston Villa fan.

Tonight he'll be joined by Kate Middleton as the Three Lions go head-to-head against Germany.

Prince William was at the stadium supporting England during their nail-biting 1-0 win against the Czech Republic last week.

And today, eager England fans have already hit the pub ahead of tonight's Euro 2020 showdown with our old enemies.

Three Lions fans haveĀ joked they will call in sickĀ tomorrow as they were filmed sinking pints from 7am today.

ROYAL SUPPORT

Supporters in England shirts flocked to Big Tree pub in Sheffield, which has pinned up 500 flags to celebrate the tournament, in the early hours.

And fans have already turned the sky red and white by letting off flaresĀ as they arrive at Wembley draped in England flags.

Roaring choruses of It's Coming Home can already be heard in London as excited fans chuck beers in the air.

And finally, Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell have rejoined the England squad after observing a ten-day self-isolation period.

The duo wereĀ forced to quarantineĀ after coming into contact with Billy Gilmour following the Three Lions' 0-0 draw with Scotland on June 18.

Both are healthy, and have joined the rest of the squad atĀ England's team hotel.

The Three Lions face Germany this afternoon in the Round of 16, with Mount and Chilwell now back in contention to feature.

Mount, 22, is hoping to force his way back into Gareth Southgate's starting XI, having played the full 90 minutes of England's opening two matches.

Chilwell, meanwhile, is trying to get his first taste of tournament football, having been snubbed in favour of Kieran Trippier and Luke Shaw against Croatia and Scotland.

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