England WAGS pose with adorable kids as they show support ahead of Switzerland Euros showdown

England fans have turned out in their thousands to support the team at the Euros quarter-finals in Germany. The team face Switzerland in the tournament today (Saturday, 6 July) after beating Slovakia.

Among those showing their support for England were the players' girlfriends and wives. Many have jetted to Germany to cheer on their other halves from the stands at Düsseldorf Arena.

Kate Kane, wife of England captain Harry, posted a sweet snap on Instagram ahead of the match. She could be seen posing with one of the couple's daughters, with the pair both sporting matching England shirts with Harry's number on.

Kate Kane
Kate Kane posed with her daughter ahead of the England match -Credit:Instagram

"Ready to cheer on England and @harrykane again! Come on England!!" Kate, who shares daughters Ivy and Vivienne as well as sons Louis and Henry with Harry, captioned the sweet shot.

Elsewhere, Jordan Pickford's wife Megan made it clear she's her husband's biggest fan as she donned his bright orange goalkeeper shirt for the match. She styled the football shirt perfectly and posed with her and Jordan's son Arlo, five, who wore a full football kit to match his dad.

She penned: "Game day with our boy @jpickford1," alongside the sweet photograph.

Megan Pickford
Megan Pickford and her son Arlo sported matching football shirts in an adorable snap -Credit:Instagram

Another WAG sharing her support on social media was Olivia Naylor, who is John Stones' girlfriend. The brunette beauty shared a selfie on her Stories showing her wearing John's England shirt. Olivia has supported her beau in Germany throughout the tournament so far.

Joining her in the stands on Saturday was Love Island's Dani Dyer, girlfriend of Jarrod Bowen, as well as Luke Shaw's partner Anouska Santos. Other WAGs spotted in Germany include Conor Gallagher's girlfriend Aine May Kennedy.

Also in stands at the quarter-finals was Prince William, 42, who had made the journey to Germany to watch the match after missing out on England's clash against Slovakia. The Prince of Wales, who is President of The Football Association, was spotted in the stands alongside Aleksander Ceferin, President of UEFA.

Olivia Naylor
Olivia Naylor shared her support for beau John Stones -Credit:Instagram

England qualified for the quarter-finals after managing to beat Slovakia on Sunday, 30 June. The match proved to be extremely tense, with Jude Bellingham scoring as England were seconds away elimination. Captain Harry Kane then scored a header during extra time, meaning the team had beaten Slovakia, who had scored one goal.

England are now hoping for a a spot in the semi-finals. The team will face either Turkey or Netherlands, should they qualify.