Man gets Footballs coming home tattooed on his bum

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One man has taken his love for football to the next level to show his support for the England team in Russia.

Jason West showed no fear as he took the plunge and got the famous lyric Footballs coming home tattooed onto his bum after his friend told him he would never do it.

The 35-year-old football fan got the tattoo yesterday, Friday July 6, ahead of Englands clash with Sweden this afternoon.

Man gets 'Football's coming home' tattooed on his bum
Jason West showed no fear as he took the plunge and got the famous lyric Footballs coming home tattooed onto his bum (Picture: Jason West/BPM Media)

Jason said: I was having dinner with my mum when a work mate rang me, we were talking about football and he said to me that I would never get that tattooed on my bum in a million years.

So I said to him right lets get it booked in today and Ill do it.

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We tried to ring around some places in Retford but they were all busy so I ended up getting it done in Ollerton.

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Weve just got to get through now, but I have every confidence that we can do it.

I havent told my wife yet – but its not something she wouldnt expect from me.

One man has taken his love for football to the next level to show his support for the England team in Russia. Jason West showed no fear as he took the plunge and got the famous lyric 'Football's coming home' tattooed onto his bum after his friend told him he would never do it. caption: Jason West
But he hasnt told his wife just yet (Picture: Jason West/BPM Media)

Ill be watching the game where ever I can tomorrow – I definitely have my celebration planned if we do win!

England are bringing it home.

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The lyric Footballs coming home is from the song Three Lions which was released in 1996 to mark Englands participation in that years European Championships, held in England.

The music was written by Lightning Seeds with comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner providing the lyrics.

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