The Euro 2020 final is one of the biggest fixtures in football as Wembley Stadium will be the location where the European champions are crowned.
The showpiece finale will be the match that fans across the world will have been eagerly anticipating, as the two best-performing national sides in the continent will face off under the famous arch in North London.
And we now know that will be England and Italy after each progressed in the semi-finals against Denmark and Spain respectively.
England fans have been enjoying their most successful tournament since the famous 1966 World Cup triumph and are now just one step away from becoming European Champions.
This particular game has produced some magical moments in footballing memory over the years. Greece stunned the world when they beat Portugal 1-0 in their own backyard. Not only did they beat them during the opening game of the Euro 2004 tournament, but also won by the same result in the final.
Denmark is another famous underdog story having claimed their own glory in 1992, toppling the might of Germany 2-0 in Gothenburg to win their first piece of major silverware in the country's history.
Those are just two of a number of unforgettable memories that this competition has produced and Euro 2020 looks destined to add to that, housing a total of 24 teams as opposed to the conventional 16.
But which two sides will face each other at Wembley? Are England in the conversation to end all those years of hurt?
Here is everything you need to know regarding the final of Euro 2020:
UPDATE 8th July: England are in the final! Gareth Southgate's side beat Denmark 2-1 after playing extra-time to book a slot on the final on Sunday, where they will face an in-form, resolute Italy side.
UPDATE 2nd July: We've had a go at making our own predictions regarding what will occur for the rest of the tournament - including which two teams will be playing in the all-important final.
UPDATE 18th June: After the UK government extended lockdown restrictions by four weeks, UEFA have refused to rule out the possibility of both the semi-finals and final being moved away from the famous Wembley Stadium in London.
Date and Time
The Euro 2020 final will take place on 11th July 2021 and will kick off at 8pm BST.
The game will be held at Wembley Stadium in London, the home of English football and possesses the largest attendance of all stadia selected to host games during the tournament, with a capacity of 90,000.
Tickets for this game will be like gold dust, with many already sold through sponsors, corporate organisations and sales that have taken place over the past two years.
You will need to access UEFA's Ticket Portal to monitor ticket updates, due to the significant ticketing uncertainty at this time.
Here are the odds offered by various bookmakers regarding who will win the tournament outright.
These were taken as of Thursday 8th July:
Where to Watch
You can tune into the grand finale of the European Championships on both BBC and ITV, with both broadcasters screening games across the tournament, with coverage starting a few hours from the 8 pm BST kick-off time.
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