Lionesses go on the lash: Leah Williamson, Ella Toone, Ellie Roebuck and Nikita Parris dance the night away at Calvin Harris gig as winning squad hit the Spanish party island
- Members of the victorious Euros squad shared photos at club Ushuaia in Ibiza
- Player of the Tournament Beth Mead also pictured partying on the island
- Squad won a historic victory for England last weekend, beating Germany 2-1
Lionesses Leah Williamson, Ella Toone, Ellie Roebuck and Nikita Parris have been letting of steam following their Euros victory, dancing the night away in Ibiza.
Williamson, the team’s captain, shared a picture on Instagram last night of the four footballers at beach club Ushuaia where they enjoyed a night of music by DJ Calvin Harris.
She wore a white tank top, striped shorts, a bucket hat and sunglasses. Roebuck also looked casual in denim shorts and a black bikini top, while Parris donned a light blue co-ord set and goal scorer Toone looked glamorous in a pink and orange mini skirt with a matching top and white sandals.
Leah Williamson (second from left) shared a picture of herself, Ellie Roebuck (left), Nikita Parris (second from right) and Ella Toone (right) at Ibiza’s Ushuaia nightclub
Goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck (left) and forward Ella Toone (right) enjoyed a well-deserved break, posing for pictures onboard a boat near Formentera, a small island near Ibiza
Roebuck, one England’s three goalkeepers, also shared a snap from a boat trip around the smallest of Spain’s Balearic islands, Formentera, which she captioned ‘Beach day @ellatoone’.
Earlier in the week Williamson enjoyed a meal at exclusive restaurant STK, where she was presented with a huge Eton Mess cocktail after tucking into a prime fillet steak and truffle fries.
Beth Mead, who was crowned player of the tournament, has also enjoyed a well-deserved break on the party island.
The 27-year-old striker opted for karaoke, singing John Denver’s Take Me Home, Country Roads and also posed for pictures for fans in a more upmarket bar.
Meanwhile, the hero of the Euros final, Chloe Kelly, was yesterday cheered by crowds as she carried the match ball out at Loftus Road stadium, the home of her former team Queens Park Rangers.
Lauren Hemp also appeared at her home team Norwich City’s ground, while Rachel Daly attended Leeds United’s game against Wolves.
Mead, 27, who was crowned player of the tournament after England’s 2-1 victory over Germany, sang John Denver’s Take Me Home, Country Roads on karaoke
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