ENGLAND have taken an early lead in their semi-final match against Croatia.

Kieran Trippier's free-kick has England ahead in the match.

The full-back secured a free-kick just four minutes into the game after Luka Modric brought down Dele Alli on the edge of the penalty area.

Trippier joins Bobby Charlton and Gary Lineker as an English semi-final scorer.

Pubs across Glasgow are packed with football fans watching as England move one step closer to emulating their previous success in 1966.

Many celebs have football fever ahead of the big game including Scotland's own Lorraine Kelly.

Kelly sported a waistcoat ahead of her ITV morning show.

The Scottish TV presenter was grilled by Morgan over who she would be supporting in the game.

Kelly said: “I want to see an England-France final, that’ll be amazing.”

Asked who she would be supporting in that hypothetical game, Kelly said she would be rooting for England.

Comedian Limmy made it clear that he will not be joining in on England's celebrations.

The Glaswegian tweeted "F*** right off" after the teams early success.

David Beckham wrote on Instagram: “Come on boys believe this is our moment.

“Take all that raw experience and talent and take us all the way.

“The boys have worked hard enough to get to this point now go have fun and bring it home…

“Come On England.”

Victoria Beckham shared a throwback picture of herself with the Spice Girls, with a football in front of them.

She also quoted the song (How Does It Feel To Be) On Top Of The World by England United – which was formed by Echo And The Bunnymen, Ocean Colour Scene, Space and the Spice Girls and was the theme of the England national football team for the 1998 World Cup.

“Looking like it’s gonna happen, knowing that the time is right … We’ve got the glory in our sights,” she said.

“Come on @england ! x VB.”

David Baddiel, who created football anthem Three Lions with Frank Skinner and The Lightning Seeds in 1996, has posted a string of messages about the tournament on social media.

One showed a screenshot of the Global Viral 50 chart, revealing that Three Lions is at number three behind Drake and Michael Jackson’s Don’t Matter To Me.

“Michael will be moonwalking in his grave,” he said.