Adorable school children have created a sweet video to show their support for the England football team.
The now-viral video shows exactly how football fever has gripped the nation.
In the video, the children – and the teachers – of Flakefleet Primary School in Lancashire have their faces painted with St George’s flag.
They march around the grounds while lip syncing to Fat Les’s Vindaloo.
Others can be seen with red and white head bands as they cheer on the national squad.
The video was posted on Facebook with the caption: “Dare to dream – come on England!!!” and has now been watched 2.3million times.
They also added on Twitter: “Dare to dream – Fleetwood kids patriotic tribute to their England heroes out in Russia. We’re proud of you!”
Headteacher Dave McPartlin told Metro.co.uk the school wanted to show how proud they are of the England squad.
He said: “We wanted to come up with our own little way of showing how proud we are of our country and our boys out in Russia.
“I don’t think any of us expected it to reach that many people in the first 24 hours but I guess it’s just caught the spirit of the country and is a great way of showing support for England.
“We just want them to know that the country is behind them and that they’re doing us proud – England feels like it has a buzz about the place once more- maybe this really is our year!”
Viewers were loving the clip and praised it in their droves with many saying they hope the England team see it when they get the chance.
One wrote: “Best bit of this is everyone has a smile on their face.. “
Another wrote: “Hahaha what a brilliant school!! Well done to all the staff and kids!”