Before the Euro 2020 final began, fans stormed Wembley security barriers as they attempted to break into the stadium where England were about to play Italy.
The raucous scenes took place around the front entrance of the arena with a surge of supporters seen trying to break free from a pen in one video.
Another video shows fans, some draped in England flags, hurdling fences and running up the steps to the main concourse around the stadium.
It’s not known if these supporters had tickets but a spokesperson later revealed some without did make it in.
“There was a breach of security and a small group of people got into the stadium.
“We are now working closely with stadium stewards and security to remove these people. Anyone inside the stadium without a ticket will be instantly ejected.”
Initially, it had been claimed no ticketless fans made it inside.
The wild scenes happened before England’s team coach arrived at the stadium at around 6:20pm
Fans had, for the majority of the time, enjoyed the day in good spirits but in areas across London things did overstep the mark.
In Leicester Square a huge mess was made by football fans with bottles, cans, and a plethora of other items strewn over the floor.
The scene on Wembley Way was mostly jovial too but not everyone enjoyed their run down what, at times, became a gauntlet.
Former Leeds, Brentford, and Stoke City player Chris Kamara was left frustrated by the action of some supporters near the stadium.
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He tweeted: “Horrendous walk down Wembley way, ended up dodging bottles and beer thrown in the air & walking on broken glass all the way what is wrong with people.”
Meanwhile, England and Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand was even hit by a can of beer as he made his way to the stadium.
Elsewhere, supporters set off flares and dance and sang merrily throughout the day, building up to the momentous occasion.
Trafalgar Square was another busy area and even the odd spot of rain couldn’t stop the festivities.
But sadly the capital will need an extensive clean up no matter what the result of the match.
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