WATCH: Scotland football fans in Edinburgh celebrate through the night following the Euro 0-0 draw with England

Fans across Edinburgh were seen celebrating the Euro 2020 match against England through Friday night and into Saturday morning.

By Hannah Brown
Saturday, 19th June 2021, 9:44 am
Updated Saturday, 19th June 2021, 11:18 am

Police were seen in attendance in Princes Street as fans were heard chanting and singing, gathering on the busy Edinburgh thoroughfare on Friday night.

The fans appeared to be crowding around the Royal Bank of Scotland on the street whilst some stood on top of surfaces and held up saltire flags.

Several police units were parked on the street as officers approached the crowds of football fans.

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Police seen approaching crowds of football fans celebrating on Prince Street in Edinburgh on Friday night (Photo: William Scally).

At Hunter Place, fans were also seen gathering and chanting following the 0-0 draw with Scotland and England at the Euros on Friday.

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Police Scotland said officers attended Princes Street in Edinburgh at around 11.35pm on Friday night and said that the crowd dispersed.

Police Scotland previously confirmed they were working alongside Metropolitan Police and railway operators to ‘deliver a safe Euro 2020 for everyone’.

Two police vans and two police cars can be seen parked on Princes Street as officers approach fans (Photo: William Scally).

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