A popular bar in Sheffield has promised to change its name if England win the World Cup

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Everyone in Sheffield is getting very excited for England's World Cup semi final and fully believes football is coming home.

Sheffield's Harry Maguire and Kyle Walker have been doing the city proud with their commanding defensive performances throughout the tournament.

Footage of the wild celebrations inside Walkabout Sheffield have gone viral on Twitter and there's even a fan park at Devonshire Green for tonight's vital match against Croatia.

But, one bar in Sheffield has gone one step further by promising to change their name if England win the World Cup.

The Great Gatsby on Division Street tweeted that they will be changing their name to honour England manager Gareth Southgate should he lead us to glory.

They tweeted: "If England win the World Cup we will rename the bar The Great Gareth and serve pints of Stones for £1 for a week."

The news went down well on Twitter, with more than 700 people liking the tweet and many other customers backing the idea.

Sheffield Gift Card tweeted: "Great shout! We’ll hold you to this. Surely @WalkieSheffield should also be renamed ‘KyleWalkerbout’ as well @kylewalker2"

Adam Smith tweeted: "We will hold you to this. Believe it."

Thee Mightees commented: "You should do this regardless."

Gatsbys will also be showing the match tonight after changing their mind on showing the England games during the World Cup.

England kick off against Croatia at 7pm and the match will be shown on a 46 metre screen at Devonshire Green.