GARETH Southgate's Three Lions have excelled in the tournament after beating Denmark to reach the final of the Euros 2020 for the first time ever.

England defeated the Danish team 2-1 on Wednesday, thanks to a Harry Kane nerve-wracking penalty in extra time.

The nation is now gearing up to watch England take on Italy at Wembley on Sunday.

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One thing we do know is that after every win, jubilant fans have gone wild on the streets in celebration.

If football comes home on Sunday then many people will be out partying on the streets in celebration.

But will any of you be celebrating in Bracknell's streets which could be linked to the nation’s stars?

Although these links are more tenuous than others, the best place to start is undoubtedly Bracknell Forest Lions Club. 

The club has 13 people and work hard to raise funds to help local, national and international charities and good causes. It's a tenuous link but we love that we have our very own Lions Club n the heart of Bracknell. 

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Perhaps they could change their name to the 'Three Lions Club' if England brings home the trophy.

Bracknell News:

Raheem Sterling has been one of the players of the tournament, and if his sterling form wins England its first Euros, then Sterling Square in Bracknell might need a different spelling.

Near the town centre lies Mount Lane, a nod to Mason Mount player who left a 10-year-old girl ecstatic for giving her his shirt after beating Denmark.

Bracknell News:

Over in Wokingham, Henderson Close could forever be linked to midfielder Jordan Henderson. 

Bracknell News:

Johnstone Close in Bracknell could light up with fans celebrating the streets in a nod to the England squad goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.

Can you think of any other place names in Bracknell Forest that can be linked with the Three Lions, and will you be flooding into the street if football comes home on Sunday?