This has meant it has been a lengthy wait for England fans, but it has also been one of great intrigue, as there is no doubting that they have a fantastic chance of actually winning the entire competition. Sunderland fans also believe this and have bet on Euro 2021 victory for England, with the endless offers that are now available across the market. The big question is whether this will be money well placed, as England are the current 9/2 favourites heading into the competition, which could both turn out to be fantastic value but also not.
England are heading into the tournament with major support from not only Sunderland fans but supporters from all the sides across the country. But can they now deliver? as they have high expectations around them this year, as they go in with one of the best chances of victory in their history. On top of this, England are heading in with a solid run of form and a squad full of players who have produced very impressive seasons for their clubs.
The England squad is now full of very exciting young talent, from the likes of Jadon Sancho, through to the likes of Jude Bellingham and of course Phil Foden. The latter has had a real breakthrough season for Manchester City and played a major role in their title winning victory. Foden is without a doubt the most exciting young English player at present and is now expected to be the future star for the national side and could he now help lead the side to victory in just a few weeks’ time.
English football is also going through another very strong period, with many of the top sides also including these English players in their sides. The biggest example of this has been with the success in European competition for sides from the Premier league, with Manchester United for example now heading into the Europa league final as the strong favourites for the victory.
Then the Champions league final is an all-English affair, with Premier league champions Manchester City taking on Chelsea. So, can this momentum now continue, and we see England have great success at the competition and hopefully win it for the first time in their history and pick up a second major title and first since the 1966 World Cup success.