Thousands of fans will celebrate with the Lionesses in Trafalgar Square on Monday.

Thousands of fans will join the players in celebrating England’s Euro victory at an event in central London on Monday.

up to 7,000 fans will have the opportunity to join the team at a daytime event hosted by veteran lioness Alex Scott in Trafalgar Square.

Dozens of people watched England play from the square on Sunday evening, with some celebrating by the fountains after the team’s victory over Germany in extra time.

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Fans celebrate the final whistle in Trafalgar Square, London (Aaron Chown/PA)

Fans will be able to get free admission on a first-come, first-served basis from Monday 11:00 am and enjoy live music from DJ Monki while the highlights of the tournament are shown on the screens.

The players and their manager Sarina Wigman will take part in a question and answer session before lifting the trophy.

The event was organized by the Greater London Authority, the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sports (DCMS) and Westminster Council and will be streamed live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 12:40pm.

It is expected to end at 2:00 pm.

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Fans in Trafalgar Square (Aaron Chown/PA)

FA chief executive Mark Bullingham said the players had “captured the hearts of nations” and their victory at Euro 2022 “will be remembered forever”.

He said: “This is an iconic moment for English football and everyone is so proud of the players, Sarina and the support team.

“They won the hearts of the nation and this achievement will be remembered forever.

“I was honored to host the tournament in England and the fans have been so important to the team’s path to success this summer, so it only makes sense that they can celebrate this historic victory together in Trafalgar Square.”

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Fans in Trafalgar Square (Aaron Chown/PA)

London Mayor Sadiq Khan congratulated the team for showing “extraordinary talent and determination throughout the tournament” and said he “can’t wait” to see them lift the trophy again in Trafalgar Square.

He added: “They broke records and now they’ve made history.

“The atmosphere at Wembley and across the country throughout the tournament was a fantastic advertisement for women’s football.

“Nearly 600,000 tickets were sold for the matches and more than nine million people watched England matches.

“Women’s Euro 2022 will inspire a new generation of women footballers and I hope it paves the way for better access to girls’ football in schools, more investment in grassroots girls and women’s football and much more support for girls and women in all sports. “.

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England’s Alessia Russo (left) and Ella Thun will once again lift the Euro 2022 trophy during celebrations in Trafalgar Square on Monday (Danny Lawson/PA)

Culture Minister Nadine Dorries said players like Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and Alessia Russo have now become “household names for millions.”

She added: “Now we must capitalize on this moment and do our best together to get more women and girls into the game.

“I am delighted that we worked quickly with the FA to host a victory celebration in Trafalgar Square.

“This will be a fantastic opportunity to thank Sarina Wigman and the team for all they have achieved.”

Fans will be able to bring their own food and disposable or reusable water bottles (except glass) to the venue, as well as refill water free of charge.