Prince William heading back to Germany for England's Euro 2024 quarter-final

Prince William is flying back out to Germany to cheer on England in Euro 2024.

The Prince of Wales - who is president of the FA - joined Denmark's King Frederik to witness the two countries' 1-1 draw in the group stages of the tournament on 20 June, and now it has been confirmed he will be in the stands in Dusseldorf for the Three Lions' quarter-final game against Switzerland on Saturday (06.07.24), MailOnline reports.

The game will mark manager Gareth Southgate's 100th match in charge of the national side.

Last weekend saw England come back from behind to beat Slovakia 2-1 in extra time, a match the prince hailed an "emotional rollercoaster".

He posted on X after the game: "Emotional rollercoaster! Let's go @England! Quarter finals here we come!"

William had met with the squad after the Denmark game.

Midfielder Adam Wharton previously revealed: "He was just trying to keep us all positive.

"He was saying it's not the end of the world. We were thinking we're still top of the group, we didn't lose, we got a draw, we've just got to reflect on the game - to see how we can get better and look forward to the next game.

"That's all you can do in tournament football."

And before the squad flew out to Germany, the prince paid a visit to the squad at their St George's Park training camp in Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, where he offered some advice from his youngest son.

William explained he'd asked his and wife Catherine, Princess of Wales' three children, Princes George, 10, and Louis, six, and nine-year-old Princess Charlotte if they had any advice for the squad.

He laughed as he said: “I was on the school run this morning with the children and I said: what shall I say to the England team, I’m seeing them today?

“The best bit of advice I got, to ask you, was to eat twice the amount you normally would eat.

“So I then had visions of you running around, massive great tummies and loads of stitches on the pitch.

“So I think maybe take my youngest’s advice with a pinch of salt, particularly around the physio team.”