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The 50-year-old has guided England into the quarter-finals of the tournament following a historic 2-0 win over Germany at Wembley.
Fans have seen him sporting a nice, slick watch on his wrist but what they might not know, is that the incredibly high-tech smartwatch costs a whopping £4,800 and comes with a series of innovative features.
The Hublot 'Big Bang e' is the official timepiece for the rearranged tournament and has the flags of all 12 original host nations on the bezel.
The large screen face provides information such as line-ups and player-ranking - handy details when it comes to team selection and tactics.
Hublot is celebrating its association with the #UEFA @euro2020 tournament by presenting the official timepiece of the UEFA #EURO2020 European Championship - the #BigBangE connected watch!#HublotLovesFootball pic.twitter.com/sDe8UvHvZZ- Hublot (@Hublot) June 6, 2021
Other functions include alerts and notifications on goals, penalties, substitutions and yellow and red cards, while there is also the option to download dials in the colours of every nation at Euro 2020 for no extra charge.
The luxury watch, essentially a virtual stadium, takes 2.5 hours to charge from a flat battery and lasts for approximately 1 day.
Having displayed it at Wembley so far, Southgate will be wearing the watch, along with his tailored-suit, at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
England take on Ukraine in the 8pm kick-off, with a semi-final clash against either Czech Republic or Denmark on 7 July in store for the winner.
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