And, thanks to their well-travelled manager, they could just be joined by a few more fans from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Asia - as a whole - come Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Croatian cabinet showed its support for the national team by donning the country's red and white jerseys today.
"Of course, we want to win, we'll be ready to go again because the team take great pride in their performances". This may have been an extra motivating factor for us. I don't think there is a plan just for Modric.
If a player has played multiple positions, then he is placed in the one he's played the most minutes in.
"We were like lions out there tonight and we will be the same in the final", he said.
Around 16 people also jumped in the canal off Broad Street in the City Centre.
Saric said that he and his community will celebrate the win with a big barbeque right behind the Fifth Avenue garage at which they all gather to watch the games, the same way they've celebrated every previous victory for Team Croatia this year.
The England boss was also asked if the team's leading scorer Harry Kane had exhausted as the tournament progressed and was perhaps missing his cutting edge in the semifinals.
'Had we conceded for a second time it would have been very hard to come back. "The reaction from the fans at the end shows you everything they've given", He told ITV. Even Dalic himself has described his team's journey through the tournament as a "miracle". "We can't give them the freedom to do it".
Apart from being one of the lowest ranked nation in history to reach the last stage of the global football competition, Croatia has also become the smallest nation in the finals since Uruguay in 1950. "We've proved to ourselves and our country that is possible". "We are about mental strength and solidarity, working for each other".
'That is another reason why we are a miracle.