The Manchester United forward's family will make the trip to Poland and the Ukraine despite concerns over racism which have been highlighted in recent weeksThe family of England striker Danny Welbeck will travel to Euro 2012 to watch their son represent the Three Lions in his first major international tournament.
The host nations' reputations have been tarnished in the build-up to the tournament by reports of violence and racism at football matches being highlighted.
However, the Welbecks are determined not let this prevent them from watching their son play for his country.
This follows previous news that the families of Arsenal duo Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have confirmed that they will not be in attendance due to the racism issue, with the Foreign Office having also issued advice on the matter.
However, sources close to the 21-year old Manchester United striker have said that the Welbeck family are determined to watch their son play come "Hell or high water".
Welbeck, born to Ghanaian parents has represented England from Under-17 level and broke into the senior squad after returning to Manchester United following a successful loan spell with Sunderland.
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