Footie fans packed out pubs in Birmingham as England played Scotland in a nailbiting Euro 2020 qualifying group match.
Fans took to their seats at pubs in the city centre early to enjoy the pre-match build up atmosphere.
One pub which was busy with both England and Scottish fans was The Canal House in Bridge Street.
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Fans enjoyed drinks and food while they soaked up the big-game atmosphere.
Supporters wearing England shirts mixed with Scotland fans wearing tartan hats and kilts.
Meanwhile, Football fans in Solihull missed much of the first half of the match because of a power cut.
Western Power Distribution managed to get the power back on by 8.30pm much to the relief of fans.
More than than 20,000 Scotland football fans flooded into London without tickets ahead of tonight’s clash with England.
About 20,000 supporters packed into the city ahead of tonight’s Euro 2020 match between Scotland and England.
It comes despite warnings from the police to stay away amid Covid-19 restrictions and measures.
The Met Police said: “Due to the high profile UEFA EURO Football match between England & Scotland on Friday 18th June at 8pm and the anticipated anti-social behaviour this may bring. A section 35 dispersal authority has been implemented.”