FOOTBALL fever has gripped Salisbury and district with residents and businesses flying the flag to support the England team. 

Here are just some of the pictures sent to us showing how people are celebrating England's success at Euro 2020 and cheering them on this evening (Sunday July 11).

People have been decorating their homes and gardens with flags.

The St George's flag is also being flown at the Guildhall and Wiltshire Council's offices at Bourne Hill. 

Stonehenge is flying a special flag to cheer on England which features the surnames of almost every person in the country.

Kane, Sterling, Pickford and Phillips are just four of more than 32,000 surnames which feature on the St George's flag at English Heritage’s historic sites nationwide, including Stonehenge, Osborne on the Isle of Wight and Carlisle Castle.

Even pets have been getting in on the action. 

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Boots and Buster Picture: Sue Ford 

And in nearby Fordingbridge, the roundabout in the town was given a makeover. 

Today, England takes on Italy in the final of Euro 2020. The match kicks off at 8pm. 

It is the first time England has reached a major tournament final since 1966.

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