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Tonight's Crouchy's Year Late Euros episode and line up on BBC One with Maya Jama and Alex Horne

Picture Shows: Maya Jama, Peter Crouch, Alex Horne - (C) Fulwell 73 - Photographer: Kieron Maccarron

Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live kicks continues tonight (29June) on BBC One

Former England striker and podcasting legend Peter Crouch will be back alongside Maya Jama and Alex Horne and The Horne Section as Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live continues tonight live on BBC One at 10:35PM.

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Following the highly anticipated England v Denmark game, Crouchy’s Year Late Euros: Live will react to the result and look ahead at what the Euros 2020 final has in store.

Tonight, Peter, Maya and Alex will be joined in the studio by presenter and former Lioness, Alex Scott who knows first-hand what it’s like to play knockout football, comedian Jack Whitehall and former player, Ashley Williams, who led Wales to the Semi-finals in the 2016 Euros tournament. But will they be celebrating an England win?

We’ll see Peter and Maya catch up with LeBron James, one of the greatest basketball players of all time, as they chat all things sport and what it’s like to be a worldwide sporting champion. Plus we’ll look back on Euro finals from across the years, and revisit the most surprising wins of all time.

The show will also welcome Atomic Kitten as Liz Mclarnon, Natasha Hamilton and Jenny Frost rework their classic ‘Whole Again’ as ‘Southgate You’re The One (Football’s Coming Home Again)

Viewers can be part of the show by sending in their best Euro 2020 goal celebrations. Viewers who would like to get involved can submit their videos here.

Plus there will be catch with on Crouchy's Golden Sweepstake.

At the end of the tournament the winner will receive a trophy and an item of Peter Crouch’s memorabilia, which they will raffle or donate for a charity of their choice. Peter is also inviting members of the public to feature on the show by sending in their best Euro 2020 goal celebrations.

Finally Alex Horne and The Horne Section will be filling the show with lots of musical moments as well as closing the show with a live performance.

Each episode of Crouchy’s Year Late Euros is broadcast live just a stone’s throw from Wembley Stadium, where the new champions of Europe will be crowned this summer. This is the Euro 2020 post match party where anything can happen, and probably will.

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Crouch’s Year Late Euros: Live continues tonight at 10:35PM on BBC One.

You can also watch online and catch up with past episodes on BBC iPlayer here.

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