image copyrightReutersimage captionIn London's Piccadilly Circus, fans blocked traffic as they rejoiced at England's win
From living rooms to locals, fan zones and a packed Wembley stadium, fans cheered on England as they beat Denmark 2-1 in the Euro 2020 semi-final.
Some 60,000 fans watched in person at Wembley, with millions more cheering on the action on screen.
England fans flew the flag for the Three Lions by decking out their streets, homes and pubs in red and white for the occasion.
The 2-1 win secured England a place in the Euros final for the first time.
A peak TV audience of 20.9 million watched England thrash Ukraine 4-0 in the quarter-finals last Saturday.
image copyrightReutersimage captionThe Met Police said officers were keeping an eye on crowds in the capitalimage copyrightPA Mediaimage captionFireworks were set off above a sea fans at Wembley, where England will return to on Sunday for the finalimage copyrightPA Mediaimage captionThe relief and happiness is there to see on the faces of these England fansimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionPeople travelled from across England to be at the stadiumimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionFA President Prince William (left, front row) and Prime Minister Boris Johnson with his wife Carrie (right) were among those thereimage copyrightReutersimage captionThe prime minister was pictured celebrating as England captain Harry Kane scored the team's second goalimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionEveryone at the match had to prove they are fully vaccinated or show a negative Covid test
Those with tickets to watch the match at Wembley Stadium had to prove they were fully vaccinated via the NHS app, with both doses received at least 14 days before match day.
Those not fully vaccinated had to show proof of a negative lateral flow test from the previous 48 hours. The stadium was at about 75% capacity, with the vast majority being England fans.
image copyrightPA Mediaimage captionDelight was written all over the faces of these fans in Manchester when England equalisedimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionFans of all ages inside Wembley made it a night to rememberimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionThis young duo showed their colours at Wembleyimage copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionComedians David Baddiel (c) and Frank Skinner (r) – who sang on the original Three Lions – were among those at Wembleyimage copyrightReutersimage captionPresenters Rochelle and Marvin Humes were also among the crowd
For those packing into fan zones, no proof of test or quarantine was required, but people had to check in via the NHS Test and Trace app.
image copyrightGetty Imagesimage captionWembley became a sea of red and white ahead of the matchimage copyrightPA Mediaimage captionThere were jubilant scenes outside the stadium ahead of the match
In pubs and other venues, social distancing rules meant up to six people from six households, or two households of any size, could sit together inside or 30 outside.
image copyrightDan Hillimage captionFootball mad butcher Dan Hill covered his home in Brierley Hill, West Midlands, with England flagsimage captionTorrington Avenue in Bristol flew the flag for Englandmedia captionThe Band of the Coldstream Guards perform a rendition of Three Lions