Twenty-four teams entered Euro 2020 back in mid June and we’re now getting towards the business end of proceedings. After 50 matches across 12 cities, the tournament will culminate with the final at Wembley in front of 60,000 fans.
After Portugal and France contested the final five years ago, we already know we will have fresh finalists this time around with those two having been knocked out at the last-16 stage. Belgium took care of the holders while France were knocked out on penalties by Switzerland. Alas, both have since been knocked out themselves.
And so either one of Spain or Italy will be the first to book their place in the final when they contest the first semi-final next Tuesday at Wembley with the second semi-final taking place 24 hours. That will see Denmark, victorious against the Czech Republic, take on England, no less, after they dispatched Ukraine on Saturday night.
When is the Euro 2020 final?
The 2021 Euro final is on Sunday, July 11.
What time is kick-off?
The final match will kick-off at 8pm.
What TV channel is it on?
BBC and ITV.
Read more: Euro 2021 teams, player lists and rankings of all 24 countries
How many fans will be allowed in the stadium?
Capacity for the Euro 2020 semi-finals and final at Wembley has been increased to 75 per cent, meaning more than 60,000 fans will now be able to attend. All ticket holders will need to follow a number of strict entry requirements, including having a negative Covid-19 test or proof of full vaccination – two doses received, 14 days before the fixture.
What are England’s results so far?
- Sunday, June 13, England 1 Croatia 0
- Friday, June 18, England 0 Scotland 0
- Tuesday, June 22, Czech Republic 0 England 1
- Tuesday, June 29, England 2 Germany 0
- Saturday, July 3, Ukraine 0 England 4
When do England play next?
What are Telegraph writers saying?
What are the odds?
Most popular bets
- England 9/5
- Spain 10/3
- Italy 4/1
- Denmark 9/1
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What is our prediction?
With so many of the big teams exiting the competition, England – having beaten Germany in the last-16 – have an incredible chance to go all the way and actually win the thing. A final against Italy would be a cracker.