The Dutch epically celebrated the victory at women’s Euro 2017

In the final match held at the stadium of FC Twente in the Dutch Enschede, the Netherlands women’s team confidently defeated Denmark with the score 4:2
Note that during a match on tribunes there were more than 28 thousand mainly Dutch fans, who for 90 minutes were insanely supportive of their team.
The fans in the final of Euro Netherlands — Denmark

Absolutely incredible crowd tonight at the #WEURO2017 final!! ?? this app pic.twitter.com/wVBuelVnq2 — Sarai Bareman (@SarBareman)
August 6, 2017

The fans in the final of Euro Netherlands — Denmark
By the way, this is a record attendance for women’s football in the country.

Didn’t calm down fans after the final whistle.

The roar of a record-setting crowd cheering the #WEURO2017 Champions Netherlands at FT ? #onsEK ?: @apvl__ pic.twitter.com/Bpz093dwQu — COPA90 US (@COPA90US)
August 6, 2017

Toppers! #nedden #weuro2017 pic.twitter.com/mhMvS2nOXY — Koen Jans (@kcjans)
August 6, 2017

As of the beginning of such a powerful support team of the Netherlands to gather long before the match and then marched to the stadium.

The Orange Army are marching and singing on there way to #Enschede EURO Final Video via: @JoostDijkgraaf #WEURO2017 #womensfootball #NEDDEN pic.twitter.com/6h95zmLgTR — WomensSoccerUnited (@WSUasa)
August 6, 2017

Fans under the stadium in Enschede
Passed on such sentiments and players of the “orange” team. After the game the offensive team Shanice van de Sanden in the comments of the British channel said: “Listen to this crowd. It’s just incredible!”
Therefore, celebrated this historical victory on the full and, in such cases it should, with champagne.

Joy of the Netherlands national team after the victory
Video of the celebrations was published by the ESPN channel.

We add that the Netherlands became the fourth women’s team which boasts the title of European champion. Such achievements previously noted, Sweden (1984 — first tournament), Norway (1987, 1993), Germany (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013).

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