Despite the violence of football fans hitting the headlines, many supporters are having a great time backing their national teams in Euro 2016.
Flags, face paints and football shirts can be spotted in cities and stadiums across France.
90th birthday celebrations in Paris? An English fan wearing a mask of the Queen gestures in the fan zone at the Eiffel Tower, during England's draw against Russia. Photo: AFP
Two supports sport the tricolore and a rooster hat ahead of France's opening game against Romania. Photo: AFP
— Oliver Gee (@olivergee23) 10 June 2016
Other French fans opted for the more traditional baguette to cheer on Les Bleus, brilliant if they needed something to nibble on in those tense last few minutes before Payet's winner.
A Spanish foot-bull fan dressed as a matador takes a selfie before their 1-0 victory over the Czech Republic at the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse. Photo: AFP
Sweden fan in Paris up bright and early for tonight's match against Ireland. pic.twitter.com/BYCHT9Q0Pc
— Oliver Gee (@olivergee23) 13 June 2016
Portuguese ninja turtles wait for their game to start in Saint-Etienne. Photo: AFP
An Iceland fan dressed as a Viking sings whilst his team hold Portugal to a 1-1 draw. Photo: AFP
French and Albanian fans join forces before France's last minute victory yesterday. By no means the first instance of fan camaraderie after Ireland and Sweden fans amicable display on Monday.