England fans advised to have sex to avail paternity leave by Euro 2020. The leave will be perfectly timed for the European Championship.
Europe’s premier international football tournament will return next year. The UEFA Euro 2020 will be the 16th edition of the quadrennial event. It will be held in 12 different in 12 European countries from 12th June to 12th July.
With the largest capacity of any of the stadiums entered for the competition, Wembley Stadium in London will host the semi-finals and final for the second time. The Wembley has done so before in 1996.
This has definitely excited a lot of the English fans who have now devised an ingenious plan to watch the tournament live. Get pregnant in the next week or so and make yourself eligible for paternity and maternity leave by the time the tournament kick’s off.
England fans advised to have sex to avail paternity leave by Euro 2020
Twitterverse has flocked with fans who are urging everyone to get pregnant soon. Of course, having a child would mean a messy house and sleepless nights. However, surely the Euro’s are worth that little trouble. Right?
Judging by the reaction online, it shouldn’t come as a surprise if England ends up having a little population boost next summer.
Condom sales in the UK dropped significantly in the past 2 months,with authorities wondering about the reason for the same After an in depth study,it was concluded that if Brits get their wives pregnant in the next two weeks,they'll get 2 weeks paternity leave during Euro 2020 😂
— Harsh Dhokiya (@Okbye________) September 9, 2019
For those of you looking forward to Euro 2020.
If you get the Mrs pregnant in the next fortnight and she goes full term you be entitled to two weeks paternity leave while the tournament is on.
— Alan (@OMGitsagirl2015) September 5, 2019
Portugal will enter the competition as the defending champions after beating France in the summit clash back in 2016. For the first time, the video assistant referee (VAR) system will be used at the UEFA European Championship. This is also the first time that the competition has 12 hosts.
Former UEFA President Michel Platini said the tournament being hosted in several nations is a “romantic” one-off event to celebrate the 60th “birthday” of the European Championship competition.
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