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See Chloe Kelly, the England Euro champion, meet the QPR team and get a standing ovation and a signed shirt from Stefan Johansen.

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When CHLOE KELLY joined the QPR team in preparation for their match against Middlesbrough on Saturday, she was greeted with a hero’s welcome.

Last Sunday’s Euro2022 championship final saw England defeat Germany 2-1 thanks to a goal from the 24-year-old Lioness.

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Her goal, which was instrumental in ensuring England’s first-ever European Championship victory, will go down in history.

Since then, Kelly has gained widespread recognition, and many people regard her as an England legend.

And the QPR team took the opportunity to thank the midfielder by giving him a well-deserved standing ovation.

Stefan Johansen, the captain of the Rangers, then gave the woman a signed shirt with the words “Euros Champion” on the back.

Kelly, a devoted supporter of QPR her entire life, appeared overwhelmed by the welcome she received at Loftus Road.

She received a standing ovation as she walked the match ball out prior to kickoff after being welcomed by the players and coaching staff.

Sales of Women’s Super League tickets have increased dramatically as a result of England’s Lionesses’ success at Euro2022.

Season tickets for Arsenal and Chelsea have sold out, and record ticket sales have been set by many other clubs.

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When Englаnd plаys the World Chаmpions USA in аn internаtionаl friendly in October, Wembley is expected to be sold out once more.

For the eаgerly аnticipаted mаtch, аlmost 90,000 tickets were snаpped up in less thаn 24 hours.

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Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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