The lionesses go wild: Leah Williamson, Ella Toone, Ellie Roebuck and Nikita Parris dance the night away at the Calvin Harris concert as the winning team travels to the Spanish party island
- Members of the Euro winning team shared photos at the Ushuaia club in Ibiza
- Tournament player Beth Mead was also pictured partying on the island
- The team secured a historic victory for England last weekend, beating Germany 2-1
Lionesses Leah Williamson, Ella Toone, Ellie Roebuck and Nikita Parris let off steam after their Euro win, dancing the night away in Ibiza.
Team captain Williamson shared a photo on Instagram last night of the four footballers at Ushuaia Beach Club where they enjoyed a night of music from DJ Calvin Harris.
She wore a white tank top, striped shorts, a bucket hat and sunglasses. Roebuck also looked casual in denim shorts and a black bikini top, while Parris wore a light blue coordinating set and striker Toone looked glam in a pink and orange mini skirt with a matching top and white sandals.
Leah Williamson (second from left) shared a photo of herself, Ellie Roebuck (left), Nikita Parris (second from right) and Ella Toone (right) at Ushuaia nightclub in Ibiza
Goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck (left) and striker Ella Toone (right) enjoyed a well-deserved break by posing for photos aboard a boat near Formentera, a small island near Ibiza.
Roebuck, one of England’s three goalkeepers, also shared a snap from a boat trip around Spain’s smallest Balearic island, Formentera, which she captioned “Beach day @ellatoone “.
Earlier in the week, Williamson had a meal at the exclusive STK restaurant, where she was presented with a massive Eton Mess cocktail after enjoying prime steak and truffle fries.
Beth Mead, who was crowned player of the tournament, also enjoyed a well-deserved break on party island.
Team captain Williamson enjoyed a meal at the exclusive STK restaurant, where she received a huge Eton Mess cocktail
The 27-year-old striker opted for karaoke, singing John Denver’s Take Me Home, Country Roads and also posed for photos for fans at a more upscale bar.
Meanwhile, Euro final hero Chloe Kelly was cheered on by the crowd yesterday as she carried the match ball to the Loftus Road stadium, home of her former side Queens Park Rangers.
Lauren Hemp also appeared on the pitch for her home side Norwich City, while Rachel Daly attended Leeds United’s game against Wolves.
Mead, 27, who was crowned player of the tournament after England’s 2-1 win over Germany, sang Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver at karaoke