More “it’s coming home” jokes ahead of Sweden vs England World Cup quarter-final

It surely now must be.

There have been more "it's coming home" jokes and tweets ahead of Sweden vs England quarter-final at World Cup Russia 2018
COMING HOME: Football (Image: cchana)

The English public are getting well ahead of themselves in anticipation of the country’s World Cup quarter-final against Sweden on Saturday.

After a miraculous win on penalties over Colombia in the Round of 16, many now believe anything is possible for Gareth Southgate’s side in Russia.

Don’t miss the latest “it’s coming home” jokes and tweets:


In England we don't say "I love you", we say "it's coming home" and I think that's beautiful

— Niamh (@C0MRADEKK) July 3, 2018


That’s a strange way of spelling it’s coming home

— Archie Bennett (@ArchieLBennett) July 3, 2018

saw two white guys greet each other with “it’s coming home” like they were giving salaams I’M DEAD LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

— SD (@WhatsRuku) July 4, 2018

I love England but if I hear one more bloody person sing “it’s coming home” then YOU BET I’M STILL GONNA JOIN IN BECAUSE IT’S COMING HOME LADS ⚽️⚽️⚽️

— Adam (@OhSoAdam) July 4, 2018


6. It’s coming home https://t.co/4BeCBwTCCb

— ʜ (@harrygooday) July 4, 2018


D’ya know like at Christmas we use the phrase ‘it’s Christmas’ to get away with pretty much anything? I feel like ‘it’s coming home’ is this summers version. Hungover at work? It’s coming home. On a 3 day bender? It’s coming home. Sacking off the gym for the pub? It’s coming home

— ELLIE MOYSES (@elliemoyses) July 4, 2018

The best thing about the "It's coming home" trend is the huge number of Scottish and Welsh people it's pissing off.

For all of us, it's a laugh whilst we remain in the greatest footballing tournament on earth, for them it's a constant reminder that they didn't even get there.

— HLTCO (@HLTCO) July 5, 2018








No surprise to see that the BBC is not reporting that it’s coming home ⚽️ How long do they think they can keep it from everyone? #NewsBlackout

— Brendon Hope (@BrendonHope) July 5, 2018



Whenever I hear ‘it’s coming home’ I just think of Thomas Jefferson coming home @HamiltonWestEnd

— I24Y (@ahumanmagpie) July 4, 2018

Why did the chicken turn around instead of crossing the road?

Because it’s coming home…

— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) July 4, 2018

“It’s coming home” there’s more chance of my fucking old man coming home

— Lewys Pugh (@lewyspugh) July 4, 2018

I’m watching the Bobby Robson documentary. I’m a bottle of wine away from breaking down in tears and getting a 3 lions tattoo.

— Rob Beckett (@robbeckettcomic) July 4, 2018

It's coming home. #ENG pic.twitter.com/Dp1R1SVjB4

— BBC EastEnders (@bbceastenders) July 5, 2018


"Congratulations on the birth of your daughter Fabian, but if you don't call her Gareth then don't expect to get another minute." pic.twitter.com/JOAlXhtQcI

— Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) July 4, 2018

How do I mute “it’s coming home” but in real life

— katie (@kaaatieball) July 3, 2018