Famous Glasgow Celtic pub Brazen Head shows support for Italy ahead of Euros final against England
The Brazen Head, located south of the river, displayed several Italian flags outside as they backed England’s opponents.
The popular Hoops pub joked that they are the city’s only “Irish Italian” boozer as they gear up for the big game.
Bar bosses joked that the trophy was “coming home” – but that it would be headed to Rome instead of Wembley.
The Celtic pub also has a large Euros football displayed outside their front door.
The Brazen Head aren’t the only local pub showing their support for Roberto Mancini’s men ahead of the Euro 2020 final later tonight.
Committee Room No.9 in the city centre mocked England boss Gareth Southgate as they displayed a pic of his infamous penalty miss at Euro 1996.
The Three Lions manager sent his national team crashing out of the tournament 25 years ago in their semi-final shootout against Germany.
And a Maryhill pub also showed their support for Italy as they displayed ten Italian flags outside.
The Star & Garter bar, near the city’s Maryhill, hoisted the banners above their doors.
England qualified for the Euros after beating Denmark 2-1 in extra-time when they played on Wednesday.
Harry Kane scored a rebound after missing his initial spot-kick, which had been controversially awarded.
It’s the first time the English national team has reached a major final since 1966, when they won the World Cup at Wembley.