England WAGs hire private team to haul supersize luggage ahead of Euros 2024

Wags arrive at Qatar ahead of the England game tomorrow at the International airport in Doha, Qatar.
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England's WAGs are set to arrive at the Euros in massive style, having cleverly sidestepped past travel luggage disasters. To dodge the drama of lost luggage that has marred previous tournaments, some savvy spouses of England's footballers have enlisted a private courier service to ferry their belongings straight to Euros host country Germany.

They're not skimping on packing either, each allowing themselves a whopping 200kg - that's about 31 stone of luggage allowance, or the equivalent of 10 full suitcases.

That's nearly tenfold the usual airline limit, ensuring there's ample space for the kids' and nannies' essentials too. It won't be the first time that WAGs have arrived with enough clothes for an entire football season - high-profile WAGs like Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy, who famously clashed in the Wagatha Christie court case, are no strangers to jet-setting in style, and are also often spotted with an entourage of chic suitcases.

At the last World Cup in Qatar, Megan Pickford, Jordan's other half, Annie Kilner, who is married to Kyle Walker, and Amy Coady, Conor's wife, all made quite the entrance with their extensive luggage collections. However, logistical hiccups meant some of the England entourage's bags were delayed or went missing.

This time around, they're determined to avoid any mishaps. A source revealed: "They are planning on having up to 200kg of luggage each for themselves. They have hired a private courier firm to collect cases at the airport and deliver them to the hotel rooms with an unpacking service offered as well.", reports the Mirror.

"They want them transported as safely as possible, especially after the fiasco in Qatar, where a couple of cases went missing. They want to get straight into the atmosphere when they arrive and not be worrying about luggage."

As has been previously revealed, the players' families will also enjoy travelling around in luxury coaches. However, the source also noted that a private jet option is on the cards for longer journeys, should England make it into the later rounds of the tournament.

The football mayhem starts on Friday 14 June, with hosts Germany going head to head with Scotland. The Scotland team's next matches are on Wednesday 19 June against Switzerland and Sunday 23 June against Hungary. Meanwhile, England is set to kick off their action against Serbia on Sunday 16 June, followed by a match against Demark on Thursday 20 June and against Slovenia on Tuesday 25 June.