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England will take three 'special fragrances' with them to their Euro 2024 base

England will take three 'special fragrances' with them to their Euro 2024 base

The Three Lions want to create an 'optimal environment' at their base.

England will be bringing three 'special fragrances' with them to their Euro 2024 base in Germany this summer as a small part of their pre-tournament preparations.

England have been drawn in Group C for the tournament alongside Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia, and will play their opening games in the cities of Stuttgart, Gelsenkirchen and Munich.

The exact location of their training base, meanwhile, is yet to officially announced, although it is set to be around 90 miles west of Leipzig, which is in the north-east of the country.

According to the Daily Mail, Three Lions bosses want to give the playing squad and management an 'optimal environment' to help them go one better than Euro 2020, when they finished as runners-up to Italy at Wembley.

It is claimed that the three scents are distinguishable, with one described as the 'signature scent' that is set to be present in the main areas of the five-star hotel that England are staying in.

It has been described as a 'fresh, comforting aroma that is distinguishable and lets you know you're in a high-end space', with hints of bergamot, lily and jasmine.

A second scent, described by the report as a 'more energising' aroma will be used for gym and recreational work, while a scent with hints of lavender is said to be planned to promote sleep in the players' bedrooms.

It is also claimed that the idea behind the scents is to promote mental well-being, while it is suggested that there is a link between the fragrance and 'improved athletic performance'.

The Three Lions get their group stage campaign up and running on June 16, as they take on Serbia in Gelsenkirchen.

Their second match takes place four days later, as Gareth Southgate and his squad travel to the Waldstadion in Frankfurt to face Denmark.

And their group campaign is concluded on June 25 against Slovenia at the Allianz Arena in Munich. The final of the competition, should England get there, will see the Three Lions attempt to claim their first trophy in 58 years on July 14 in Berlin.

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Topics: England, Euro 2024, Gareth Southgate, Football