The Red Arrows are to soar across England on Sunday to salute the England team ahead of kick-off at Wembley.

The Red Arrows were due to perform at the Goodwood Festival of Speed on Saturday before the flight was cancelled due to weather conditions.

Now the updated plan is to allow the planes to carry out a flypast of Wembley Stadium on Sunday instead.

People can catch a glimpse of the famous RAF outfit as they head up to Wembley and then continue north over Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire before arriving at their base in Lincolnshire at around 8.10pm.

The squadron will launch from Bournemouth Aerodrome then head to London where England will take on Italy in the final of Euro 2020.

The display team will be visible in a number of areas, including London, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and South Bucks.

The Wembley flypast is set to take place at 7.48pm - around 12 minutes before kick-off in the Euro 2020 final.

Red Arrows Wembley flypast route - What is the Red Arrows flight path ahead of the flypast?

1. Bournemouth Aerodrome - 7.27pm
2. North of Verwood - 7.29pm
3. West of Tisbury - 7.31pm
4. East of Devizes - 7.34pm
5. North of Andover - 7.37pm
6. West of Newbury - 7.39pm
7. West of Reading - 7.41pm
8.West of Henley-on-Thames - 7.42pm
9. North of Maidenhead - 7.44pm
10. North of Slough - 7.46pm
11. Wembley Flypast - 7.48pm
12. East of Willesden - 7.49pm
13. North East of Hertford - 7.52pm
14. West of Huntingdon - 7.57pm
15. North West of Stamford - 8.01pm
16. South East of Melton Mowbray - 8.03pm
17. West of North Hykeham - 8.08pm
18. RAF Scampton AD - 8.10pm

There will be 65,000 fans at Wembley which is the largest crowd at a sporting event since the pandemic broke out and it is being seen as an indication of the country turning the corner in the fight against the virus.

It is reported that tickets for the match have been selling on the black market for tens of thousands of pounds for the historic occasion.

While it is also hoped that a victory could see a new celebratory Bank Holiday in August.

The FA are hoping there will be no repeat of the booing of the opposition national anthem in the semi final against Denmark where also their keeper Kasper Schmeichel had a laser shone at him, and it led to a £26,000 fine by UEFA.

Southgate asked for fans to be "respectful" on Saturday ahead of the game.