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The best chants to celebrate this World Cup

Football chants have always been a tradition when it comes to British Football. After a dramatic encounter against Colombia in the first knockout game in Russia, England are down to the last 8 and facing Sweden this Saturday afternoon! So what better way to support our home team than singing for the three lions…

3) Prior to Englands’ game against Colombia on Tuesday BBC Radio 1 made a parody to Camilla  Cabello’s Havanna in response, quickly going viral with a tweet mentioning the favourite that is Harry Kane Check out the epic tweet here which we believe is more than worth of going viral.

https://twitter.com/BBCR1/status/1013060674153582593

NOONE SCORES MORE THAN HAZZA NA NA NA

 

2) Another song that you are bound to have heard in pubs and bars throughout the country this World Cup is the amazing tribute to manager Gareth Southgate which sees football fans throughout England changing the lyrics to Atomic Kitten’s Whole again to

Looking back on when we first met, I cannot escape and I cannot forget, Southgate you’re the one, You still turn me on, Football’s coming home again!’

Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/sport/football/world-cup/england-song-gareth-southgate-atomic-kitten-whole-again/

 

1) Obviously the most sang football chant in this country and tournament is never going to be beaten by any viral chant! “Three Lions” is a song that was released as a single by English band The Lightning Seeds to mark the England football team’s participation in the European Championships. This song hasn’t stopped being popular since its Release in 1996 and may well be of some relevance in this World cup!

IT’S COMING HOME, IT’S COMING… FOOTBALL’S COMING HOME!

Why not try come up with your own song we would love to hear it- we may even end up chanting it in the Diner!

This Saturday’s game will be shown live on our massive indoor LED Screen, and also on our brand new outdoor screen meaning you can enjoy the big match on the terrace in the sunshine.
Cheer the lads on against Sweden with these witty songs!

COME ON ENGLAND!

 

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