Scores of revellers can be seen dancing and swinging their shirts around in the air amid jubliant scenes.
Pictures show the travelling fans lapping up the atmosphere before the Three Lions attempt to win their first major international trophy since the famous 1966 World Cup victory over West Germany.
15,000 England fans are expected to descend on Guimaraes for the match against Ronald Koeman’s dutch outfit.
Manager Gareth Southgate recently urged fans to behave during the competition, saying don’t “be that idiot” who brings shame on the nation as a result of drunken antics.
Five Brits were arrested amid rowdy scenes before last weekend’s Champions League final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspurs.
Footage subsequently emerged appearing to show Spurs’ fans getting ‘battered’ by baton-wielding Madrid cops.
The Reds went on to win the game 2-0 courtesy of strikes from Mohammed Salah and Belgium international Divock Origi.
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