A FAST-FOOD chain is still going to give away FREE tacos this week, despite England losing in the Euro 2020 Final last night.

Taco Bell made a promise to football fans that, if the Three Lions ended 55 year's of hurt and brought it home by beating Italy in Sunday night's game, it would hand out free tacos at all its stores across the country.

Sadly, Gareth Southgate's men lost out on penalties, but the Mexican giant has decided to go ahead with the offer anyway.

Customers will be able to claim a free Crunchy Taco from any of the chain's 63 restaurants all day on Tuesday (July 13).

The best part is, you don't have to buy anything to get your hands on the freebie.

There are currently two stores in Bradford, where you can take advantage of the offer - one inside The Broadway Bradford and the other just off Ingleby Road, near KFC.

The Broadway Bradford branch closes at 6pm, while the Ingleby Road location still shows on the Taco Bell website as shutting at 11pm, despite it having a 24-hour licence approved recently.

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Gino Casciani, General Manager for Taco Bell UK & Europe, said: “We wanted to provide football fans across the UK with something to cheer this week and what better way to do that than with free tacos.

"England fans should be proud of their country and their own support, and we want to thank them the best way we know how".

The free tacos are available while stocks last and for dine-in and take out, but not delivery.

The promotion ends at 11.59pm on the Tuesday.