Euro 2020 is nine months away.
The tournament gets underway on June 12, with the first match being held in Rome.
And so, with that in mind, England fans are being urged to secure maternity and paternity leave by having sex imminently.
Three Lions fans are, rather brilliantly, raising awareness on social media.
A forthcoming pregnancy would mean time off during the tournament, perfect for supporters who can’t wait to watch countless hours of football.
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Of course, it’ll also mean sleepless nights and nappy changing.
But it’ll all be worth it when you can watch Gareth Southgate’s side in action.
Fans urged to have sex
One fan wrote: “To football lovers everywhere if you get your wife or girlfriend pregnant in the next two weeks you can have two weeks paternity leave for euro 2020”.
You’ve got the love the effort that men and women are going to to help each other out.
The story reminds us of the spike in births in Iceland after the nation upset England in Euro 2016.
A record-breaking number of births were reported nine months to the day after Iceland’s 2-1 win against Roy Hodgson’s team.
Earlier this year, England defender Harry Maguire’s fiancée Fern Hawkins gave birth nine months after the Three Lions beat Colombia on penalties at the World Cup.
England have faced no difficulties so far in qualifying for next year’s European Championship.
The 4-0 win against Bulgaria on Saturday left Gareth Southgate’s side in pole position in Group A, with nine points from three matches.
So there are no concerns that England will miss out on the tournament.
Next up is a clash at home to Kosovo at Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium on Tuesday.
England’s run to the semi-final of the 2018 World Cup has left much of the nation confident about their chances next year, and it’s easy to see why.
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