England’s raucous Euros afterparty as Maguire leads conga and Wags hit karaoke

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England players and their families danced in a conga led by Harry Maguire at a raucous after party following their crushing loss.

And they even enjoyed a surprise appearance from Wayne Rooney.

After more than a month in their Covid-secure bubble at St George's Park, partners and parents finally got to see their loved ones again without being socially distanced at Wembley.

They all celebrated England reaching their first major final in 55 years at the Hilton hotel next to the stadium.

Families had tables in a banqueting suite with some dancing on chairs as songs were sung.

Later, players and families decamped to private rooms to continue the party, with some carrying on until 6am.

The knees up followed the squad's devastating Euro final defeat by Italy on Sunday – but spirits were high.

The players entered the suite to a raucous round of applause from families, with the party starting as they were reunited. Harry Maguire was pictured leading a conga line to Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes.

WAGs and siblings of players took to social media to post the after party antics.

Jordan Pickford's fiancée Megan Davison lead a chorus of Oasis's Don't Look Back in Anger while Harry Maguire sang Sweet Caroline.

Megan was joined by Luke Shaw's partner Anouska Santos, Harry Maguire's sister Daisy, his fiancee Fern Hawkins, Harry's brother's partner Amelia Johnson and Jack Grealish's girlfriend Rebecca Attwood, who all donned football shirts to support their loved ones following a devastating penalty shoot-out defeat in Euro 2020 final last night.

Despite a crushing defeat, Maguire – who scored twice in the tournament – put his troubles behind him as he lead a conga line, while John Stones' sister Jenny shared a touching clip of the players entering the room to rounds of applause and cheers from loved ones.

Elsewhere, Ben Chillwell's sister Alex shared a snap of the team singing along to Sweet Caroline at 3am, showing that a month of international competition hadn't worn them out.

Clearly forming a bond over the four weeks, Rebecca described her fellow WAGs as 'the best girls' and added that the team had 'done them all proud'.

Amie Coady shared a sweet snap of her husband Conor joining her and their three sons in the crowd, she captioned it 'reunited and it feels so good' before adding 'Daddy's coming home'.

Kate Kane, wife of skipper Harry, didn't post any antics from the night out but reshared a post from England's official Instagram page with three hearts.

Her husband was spotted at the party with Conor Coady's brother, but it's not clear is Kate joined them.

She was pictured in the crowd being consoled by her husband following the result.

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