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Cup winner! England Lioness Jill Scott goes back to reality by working a shift at her coffee shop after Euros glory (with winner’s medal around her neck)
- Lioness Jill Scott, 35, worked at her coffee shop just five days after Euros win
- The player opened Boxx2Boxx Coffee in Northenden, Manchester in April 2021
- Scott allowed fans to take pictures wearing the medal and served them coffee
- She owns the cafe with fiance Shelly Unitt – the pair got engaged in March 2020
England Lioness Jill Scott MBE has returned to reality by working a shift at her coffee shop, Boxx2Boxx, after playing a part in England’s triumphant 2-1 Euros victory over Germany.
Scott’s most memorable moment of the final was when she was caught swearing at German player Sydney Lohmann after she was pulled to the ground – the scene became an internet sensation.
The 35-year-old Manchester City player is one of England’s most capped players, surpassing 150 caps and playing in nine major tournaments since her 2006 debut.
Jill Scott MBE can be seen swearing at German player Sydney Lohmann after being pulled to the ground
The midfielder came onto the pitch to help guide the Lionesses to victory on home soil in the Euros 2022 final
Alongside making history in women’s football, Scott also runs her own coffee shop in Manchester where she made an appearance yesterday carrying her Euro 2022 medal.
The footballer tweeted: ‘Back to reality and I love it! Shift done at Boxx2boxx coffee shop. Thanks to everyone that came to say hello! Your support is really appreciated.’
The star can be seen in photos holding a dustpan and brush behind the counter after serving customers coffee and toasties.
Scott can also be seen smiling and crouching beside a young fan, letting her try on her medal for a photo.
Jill Scott was seen in Boxx2Boxx Coffee standing behind the counter serving customers and fans just days after her historic Euros victory
The footballer chatted and posed with fans allowing them to take photos with her Euros winner’s medal
The star tweeted her thanks to all who showed up to her coffee shop in Manchester saying she really appreciated their support
But this was no publicity stunt by the Lioness as it appeared she knew all the regulars by name with fans tweeting about the footballer’s down to earth nature.
Gill Moore tweeted: ‘Wow! I just met the legend that is @JillScottJS8 with her #WEURO2022 medal. She served me a coffee! What a lovely person, so down to earth, 5 days after #Lionesses victory she’s back at her Boxx2Boxx Northenden cafe. She knows all the regulars by name, what an absolute legend.’
Another fan Deborah Linton tweeted: ‘#Lionesses legend that is @JillScottJS8 casually serving toasties & flat whites & letting everyone hold her medal in her coffee shop #boxx2boxx down the road from me in #Manchester, as though she didn’t just become a champion of Europe. Different class.’
Jill Scott MBE is pictured during her shift holding her winners medal after the Lionesses won the Euros for the first time ever
Fans took to social media to express their disbelief that the England legend was back to working shifts as if she hadn’t just won the championship
A fan tweeted her admiration for the footballer who was ‘down to earth’ and a ‘lovely person’
Another fan tweeted about Scott serving food and coffee to her customers and fans
The coffee shop was named after Jill’s infamous role as a box-to-box midfielder throughout her career and it opened in April 2021.
Scott owns it with her fiance Shelly Unitt to whom she got engaged in March 2020.
The footballer said: ‘The most important things in life have always been family, football and coffee!’
Jill Scott and her fiance Shelly Unitt in Boxx2Boxx Coffee which they opened just over a year after their engagement in March 2020
A mural of England’s Leah Williamson in Newport Pagnell after the Lionesses won the Women’s Euro 2022