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England and Scotland supporters warned about German beer ahead of Euro 2024

England and Scotland football supporters are being told to watch out for German beer at the Euro 2024 this summer, as it's stronger than what they're used to.

The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), which makes sure travelling is safe for fans, have said to 'drink responsibly' in Germany. They've warned them that if they drink too much, they might not be allowed into games.

The FCDO says: "Beer can be stronger than in the UK, so drink responsibly, know your limits and respect local laws. You may not be let into the stadium if you drink too much."

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In the UK, beers like lager and ale usually have about 4.4 percent alcohol. But in Germany, their beers often have between 4.7 and 5.4 percent alcohol.

The FCDO thinks that around 500,000 people from Britain will go to the tournament. The big event will happen in ten different German cities from June 14 to July 14.

England are one of the favourites to win the competition. This will probably be the last major tournament for Gareth Southgate before leaving the position.

Since being in charge, Southgate has helped England get to the World Cup semi-finals in Russia in 2018 and the Euros final in 2021. Both of these matches ended in defeat with a heartbreaking penalty shootout against Italy three years ago.

Scotland will kick off the tournament with a match against host Germany in Munich. Two days later, England will start their journey for victory against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen.