Published: 15:09, 07 July 2018
| Updated: 18:10, 07 July 2018
Gareth Southgate and his team scored a 2-0 victory over Sweden.
The victory means the team has reached the semi final, something which hasn't happened for 28 years since Italia 90.
Back gardens, front rooms, pub and county fairs have been filled with people eager to see the boys in red secure their place in the semi-final.
In a tournament that has thrown up all sorts of surprises, could this be England's year?
In Chatham, Olly Dowman-Coldbeck is kitted out in his England strip for the game, complete with football whistle.
And in a bid to keep their thousands of visitors on site past 2pm, Kent County Show have put up big screens for people to enjoy the match.
Seven-year-old Ethan Eeles from Rainham is very excited to be watching the big match.
Tracey Becker sent us this picture from a joint birthday party and World Cup match in Herne Bay.
At Pub in the Park, a foodie festival run by TV chef Tom Kerridge the match clashed with Toploader on stage so the band announced the England goal secured by Harry Maguire.
A big screen has also been set up outside.
But if you find yourself having to travel somewhere then the motorways should be clear.
Doing it for the girls, Maddison Woodfine aged three who's enjoying the match from Maidstone.
And if you worry about missing a goal but need a chocolate fix, News Plus on Shirley Avenue in Chatham have you sorted.
Getting ready for the World Cup 2038 are four-year-old twins Marshall and Taylor Hurley who had to fit training in around the match today.
And no words needed to explain the joy in this living room celebration as Marie and her brother Mikey in Ramsgate proudly hold their England flag.
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