A FLAG featuring the surnames of almost every person in the country will fly at Osborne House today (Friday) ­— in support of the national team.

English Heritage’s historic properties are flying a specially designed St George’s flag, with more than 32,000 names, including Kane, Sterling, Pickford and Phillips.

Among them is Osborne House, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s summer home and rural retreat on the Isle of Wight.

The charity hopes to inspire the public ahead of England’s Euro 2020 final against Italy on Sunday.

The surnames ­— from Aamir to Zyla ­— are arranged alphabetically, and capture those with more than 100 occurrences in the country.

English Heritage is also launching a website featuring a digital flag which users can explore online, highlighting the histories of English surnames, from the Romans to Anglo-Saxons, Huguenots and Windrush generation.

Harry Kane’s family name is most common in Newcastle, and means “warrior”, while Kieran Trippier’s means “to dance” and is most popular in Bolton.

Matt Thompson, English Heritage’s head collections curator, said: “History may be made at Wembley on Sunday, and English Heritage is cheering on the team by flying the England flag at our castles and palaces across the country.

“The surnames on our England flag connect the country’s past, present and future, and we hope that our flag will remind people that everyone living here today ­—including the Kanes and Sterlings ­— will shape the England of the future.

“Hopefully, that immediate future will be one in which England have won the Euros.”

Members of the public are also able to submit their own surnames for inclusion in the flag if they are rare.

To view the digital flag of England, visit www.namesofengland.english-heritage.org.uk