Inside England's wild all-night hotel celebrations with champagne and cocktails party until 4am after Euro 2022 win | The Sun

GOAL hero Chloe Kelly has described last night’s epic party to celebrate the historic Euro win as “amazing”.

The 24-year-old striker spoke to The Sun hours after their celebrations came to an end.




The girls downed champagne and cocktails at the posh Lensbury Resort in Teddington, south west London until the early hours.

Appearing blurry eyed, Kelly emerged with her partner Scott Moore, who was wearing an England shirt with her surname on.

When asked how last night went, she told The Sun it was “amazing”.

She said at this stage FA instructions prevented her from talking further, but said she would be able to say more later.

READ MORE IN FOOTBALL

England heroes dance on press conference table and belt out It’s Coming Home

With new season just days away pick your Dream Team and win up to £100k

She added: “Sorry I can’t say anymore but will later.”

Chloe looked happy with her partner as they put belongings in their car.

Other players have emerged from the hotel this morning.

Goalkeeper Hannah Hampton was dancing as she left photographed by the media.

Most read in Football

ENGLAND 2 GERMANY 1

Latest reaction as The Queen sends praise for Lionesses historic win

PARTY TIME

England heroes dance on press conference table and belt out It's Coming Home

ROARING SUCESS

England fans go wild as Lionesses WIN Euro final against Germany

ROYAL PRAISE

The Queen congratulates 'inspirational' Lionesses on historic Euro win

FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS

Defenders Millie Bright and Alex Greenwood also appeared flanked by FA officials and politely declined to comment.

One hotel guest added: “When they arrived last night it was an amazing atmosphere."

The guest said the bash went on until 4am, meaning they’ve had just a few hours sleep.

They added: “Everyone was so pleased, it was fantastic. They were on such a high.”

David Williamson, 52, proud father of captain Leah, 25, told The Sun that the atmosphere  last night was "amazing…the girls were obviously enjoying it, just fantastic really".

He said: “We’re very happy…all the girls just, I think they know that they kind of created history, I guess, and I think they enjoyed it last night.

READ MORE IN FOOTBALL

Fans all say same thing as Gabby Logan hails ‘game-changing’ Euros win

Chelsea boss Hayes chokes back tears after England Lionesses win Euro 2022

“It was fantastic. Everyone was very happy.”

Dressed in a white t-shirt which said "home" in red lettering above the Nike swoosh, he said he was "unbelievably proud of Leah. I mean, not just her, the girls have just done amazing".

He said there was "a little bit of singing" as part of the celebrations last night as the girls were "just releasing a lot of tension" following weeks of hard training.  




    Source: Read Full Article