Football fans make feelings clear after Jill Scott shows off new X-rated England tattoo

Jill Scott

Jill Scott has shown off her new tattoo on social media

Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 19/10/2023

- 11:05

The Lionesses hero has showed off her new ink on social media

Football fans have praised Jill Scott's new tattoo after the England Women's star showed it off on social media.

The 36-year-old has become a household names in recent years, ever since helping England win the European Championships in 2022.

During that match, a clip involving Scott and an opponent was caught on camera.

The England star was caught shouting 'f**k off you f***ing p***k', with the footage then going viral due to her combative attitude to winning.

Jill Scott

Jill Scott has taken to TikTok to show off her X-rated tattoo


It also became one of the iconic images as England finally won a first major tournament since the men triumphed in the 1966 World Cup.

Scott has now chosen to commemorate the moment by getting a 'FOYFP' tattoo on her midriff.

She said on TikTok: "This moment will haunt me for the rest of my life.

"Sorry again, I got caught in the moment."

Scott has previously admitted she regrets her outburst, insisting she 'wasn't proud' of it.

Speaking to the Daily Mail last year, the 36-year-old confessed: "As soon as that moment happened, I wasn't proud of it.

"I've played football for so long.

"I don't want to be remembered for swearing because the irony in this is I hate swearing.

"I will pull people up for swearing. So, it is not my proudest moment.

"But I think what shined through in that moment hopefully is just that I'm very passionate when I know that I'm helping others and I kind of don't want to let the team down."

Football fans have now hailed Scott for the tattoo, with user Ki saying: "You need a damehood for FOYFP alone. We need to start the campaign now."

Another said: "We need some FOYFP merch please and thank you."

A third fan called Sam said the tattoo was the 'best she's ever seen'.

Another user, Mia, said: "I’m acc crying, love Jill smmmm."

And a fifth going by the name of LC said: "Why is Jill the biggest icon to ever grace the planet?"

Meanwhile, Scott recently hit back at internet trolls who say she shouldn't commentate on men's football because she's only played the women's game.

Speaking on Loose Women, host Jane Moore asked: "Even with all of your experience, do you get stick for being a woman commentating on football?"

And Scott replied by saying: "I'd like to say no, but yes you do.

"When it comes to men's football people are like 'you've never played the men's game, so what do you know?'"

She then continued: "I don’t look for validation on social media, I think it should come from friends and family.

Jill Scott

Jill Scott helped England win the European Championships last year


"I think I’ve just learned over the years to listen to the people that matter."

Scott also says she's thick-skinned and has been ever since playing football as a youngster.

"The boys used to be okay and accept that you can play football," the Lionesses hero stated.

"I always picked my football boots up on a Tuesday because there was nothing that was going to stop me from playing the game that I love.

"I think from a very young age my resilience was building up so I'm quite thick-skinned.


Jill Scott

Jill Scott has become a household name since helping England to glory


"But you shouldn't have to be really, you should just have to be able to do your job and enjoy it."

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