Bovril-flavoured ice lolly released to cool down fans of iconic footy drink

Bovril, the iconic beefy brew, is often drank to warm up fans at footy matches.

However, now it can cool them down as the brand has released an ice lolly version of the bovine based drink.

Bovril’s squad of fans were spotted earlier today (June 22) with the ice-cold version of the half time stalwart as they were heading through Wembley Way ahead of tonight's big England match.

The group will be stationed outside the Home Of Football as England fans descend on the arena, offering up supporters a summer spin on one of the UK’s best British footballing traditions.

Sophie Allan, Brand Manager at Bovril, said: "Bovril has long been known as the drink that warms terraces all over the country.

"It’s a much-loved half time staple and institution on the British football scene.

"That’s why – with all eyes on Wembley – we wanted to surprise fans with a summer spin on our iconic beefy brew."

Footy fans will tonight watch England play their final group game against the Czech Republic.

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Both Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell will miss the match though after coming into contact with Scotland's Billy Gilmour, who has tested positive for Covid-19.

The Chelsea teammates were pictured in close contact with each other at full-time when England played Scotland at Wembley last Friday (June 18).

Mount and Chilwell's isolation period means they can't be in contact with the rest of the England squad until next Tuesday (June 29) at the earliest.

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