Euro 2020 final: Rob Rinder strips off into England shirt at Wembley

Rob Rinder at Wembley

Rob Rinder had a last-minute outfit change outside Wembley ahead of the Euro 2020 final (Picture: James Curley and Magic Moments UK)

Rob Rinder stripped off into his England shirt outside Wembley stadium this evening as he got into the football spirit ahead of the Euro 2020 final.

The television lawyer followed the likes of Coleen Rooney, Fern Hawkins, and Megan Davison into the venue with plenty of time to spare before the England versus Italy game gets underway.

As Rob made his way into the grounds, he was spotted changing out of his black top into a white garm branding the St George’s flag.

Once the England top was on, he let out a huge cheer, raising his clenched fists to the sky in anticipation of it coming home.

Celebrities have come out in full force to show support for the England Men’s team ahead of their match with Italy.

Earlier this week, the Euro semi-final, which saw England triumph 2-1 against Denmark, was a star-studded affair with the likes of Piers MorganJames Corden and David Beckham in the crowd cheering them on.

Rob Rinder arriving at Wembley

The television personality switched into an England top (Picture: James Curley and Magic Moments UK)
Rob cheered at the crowd once the top was on (Picture: James Curley and Magic Moments UK)

Even Oscar-winning singer Adele tuned in from the sofa, sharing her celebrations on social media.

Victory for England would mark the men’s football team’s first major tournament win since the 1966 World Cup success, which also took place at Wembley.

Excitement has been growing across the nation, with support for the Three Lions coming from the Queen, the Duke of Cambridge, the Prime Minister and even Hollywood star Tom Cruise.

Earlier team manager Gareth Southgate thanked fans for their ‘incredible support’ throughout the tournament, which has seen the England team reach its first major final in more than half a century.

In a video message on the official England football Twitter account, Southgate, who has been praised for his leadership of the team, said the fans’ support has given them a ‘huge lift’.

He said: ‘We hope that you’ve enjoyed watching us play.

‘I’m very grateful to all of the players and the incredible staff I’ve got with me, that we’ve been able to get to our first final for 55 years.

‘But of course we know now we’ve got to deliver for you, so we’ll be doing everything we can.

‘Your support and energy has given us a huge lift, and I know it will on Sunday.’

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