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Euro 2021 is here, so why not celebrate by taking advantage of some fantastic offers here at Wilsons in Epsom, Surrey.
The much-awaited football tournament had previously been postponed in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but finally kicks-off today until the final game on Sunday 11th July.
For the first time in the tournament’s 60-year history, 24 teams will play in 51 matches across 12 different cities in Europe, who will each host a European football championship game. Football really will be coming home this year as the two semi-finals and the final, will be held right here in the UK at Wembley Stadium in London.
Cars Fit for a Footballer
It’s not just supercars that famous footballers choose to drive, but our everyday favourites too!
You may be surprised to learn that some of the top footy stars are happy to shun the temptation of the world’s fastest and most expensive cars, opting for practicality and value instead. Here’s five footballers who are doing things differently...
- Italian footballer Gianluigi Buffon proudly drives around in his Fiat 500 - how patriotic! Click here to view our fantastic new Fiat range at Wilsons Fiat, including the new Fiat 500 all-electric!
- Spurs star, Harry Kane, chooses to arrive at daily training in a Jaguar F-Pace. Check out the Jaguar F-Pace 2.0 Prestige 5dr Auto AWD now in stock - click here to find out more.
- Football manager Antonio Conte drives to the ground in a very practical Nissan Juke. In stock now, browse our brand new Nissan range at Wilsons Nissan, including the next generation Nissan Juke by clicking here.
- Maybe the most surprising choice, football stars Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva are often spotted driving a Smart car! Check out our choice of used Smart cars, including the Smart ForTwo and Smart ForFour. Click here to find out more.
- Former Chelsea star, Pedro, loves his reliable and affordable Peugeot 280 GT Line. Discover our new Peugeot range at Wilsons Peugeot, including the all-new Peugeot e-208 by clicking here.
Representing 10 new car brands from top manufacturers, as well as a huge selection of nearly new and used cars, make Wilsons your first stop for your next car.
Visit us for some winning deals on a wide range of new and used cars in stock today, or why not start your search right away by clicking here.
Football flags - the do’s and don’ts
With Euro 2021 starting, expect to see plenty of football fans flying England flags from their cars as a show of support. But what are the rules regarding this?
We’ve delved a little deeper into the do’s and don’ts of flag-flying from your vehicle, to help make sure you stay on the right side of the law...
The government recently made changes to existing regulations, which actually broadens the types and range of flags that can be flown from cars, homes and pubs in England - including the flag of St George.
It’s a pretty obvious one, but first and foremost you’ll need to ensure that any flag you attach doesn’t affect your vision whilst driving, or cause harm to passers-by should it not have been properly attached.
In terms of legalities, it is illegal to attach a flag on the bonnet of a car, or the leading edge of a vehicle, as it could be classed as a hazard should you collide with another vehicle, cyclist or pedestrian.
Your flag must be no larger than A4 in size and not abiding by any of the above rules could land you with a verbal warning from police, a £100 on-the-spot fine, or three points on your license - you’ve been warned!
Whatever your plans for Euro 2021, we hope you have a great time and don’t forget to keep an eye on our website for all the latest offers.