GALLERY: Your photos as region backs England for Euro 2020

Your photos as fans across the Black Country and Staffordshire cheered on England for the Euro 2020 final.

John Anthony Hodges sent these photos of England fans wishing the team well in Wednesfield
John Anthony Hodges sent these photos of England fans wishing the team well in Wednesfield

Scroll down to see your photos and use the form at the bottom of this article to submit more pictures.

Thanks to all who have shared - unfortunately we can't guarantee that all photos will be used.

See photos from our photographer across the region here.

Zoei Yates watching at home with children, Autumn, Lyra and Jai
Damian Corns in Bilston: We're having a quiet night in with a takeaway, beers for the adults and pop for the children while watching the match
Watching at home is Maisie, aged 9, in Wolverhampton
England fans march through Wednesfield ahead of the Euro 2020 final. Photo: Paul Turner
England fans march through Wednesfield ahead of the Euro 2020 final. Photo: Paul Turner
John Anthony Hodges sent these photos of England fans wishing the team well in Wednesfield
Jane Holyhead from Bilston: We shall be watching with our two pugs Pablo and Paloma, they loved wearing their outfits for the Denmark match.
Jane Holyhead from Bilston: We shall be watching with our two pugs Pablo and Paloma, they loved wearing their outfits for the Denmark match.
Nine-year-old Elsie Farrell gets behind England with mum Eve
Watching in Crete is Brierley Hill ex pat and Wolves fan Mark Pritchard, centre, with German friend Stefan, left, and fellow Wolves fan Colin from Newmarket, right
Maddie Rudge sent this photo of her family cheering on England at home in Wolverhampton
Heather Brown sent this photo of her children Sophie and Jack who were planning to watch the final in the Swan, Lower Street, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton's dancing binmen released their own version of Three Lions ahead of the final
Lisa ready to watch the game with England cape and Bud bottles
Lucas looking forward to the big game. Being half English and half Italian its coming home either way to our house, said mum Samantha from Wolverhampton.
Lucas looking forward to the big game. Being half English and half Italian its coming home either way to our house, said mum Samantha from Wolverhampton.
James Wallace sent this photo of a patriotic road in Tiled House Lane, Pensnett
Maddie Rudge face paints the children ready to watch in the garden with a barbecue and beers in Wolverhapton
Taken at half-time in Dudley, from left, Sam Perry, Jacob Haggart, Scott Shaw, Gary Shaw, Neil Shaw, Jack Rock, Luke Shaw and in front Dan Perry and Brett Shaw.

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