England will face Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday - and you could still get tickets to Wembley.

The Three Lions booked their place in the final tonight with a 2-1 win in extra time over Denmark.

Italy are awaiting them in the final after they saw off Spain following a penalty shootout on Tuesday night.

And fans are now desperately trying to get their hands on tickets for the showpiece event of the footballing year.

But with the coronavirus pandemic making the current regulations uncertain at this stage, many will be wondering if tickets are still available for the final.

The capacity at Wembley has been gradually increased throughout the tournament from 22,500 in the group stage to 45,000 in the last 16 and 60,000 for both semi-finals.

There could even be a 90,000 capacity crowd for the final.

Government sources said packed-out Wembley on Sunday “cannot be ruled out”.

As they have been throughout the tournament, tickets will be made available for purchase on Uefa’s official website via the ticketing portal.

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The majority of tickets for the final have already been purchased, although any increase in capacity would lead to more being made available.

Those supporters who are keen to attend the game will have to dig deep into their pockets in order to do so, though, as the tickets do not come cheap.

The most expensive tickets listed on Uefa’s website are €945 [£808] while the cheapest for those registered to the “Fans First” scheme are priced at €95 [£81].

Fans who purchased tickets during the initial process in 2019 but then had them cancelled due to a reduced capacity at the stadium, or others who have registered as a fan of either of the teams involved in the final, will receive an email from UEFA if tickets are made available.

To be eligible to buy tickets there is only one restriction in place, and that is you need to live in the common travel area.

This includes the United Kingdom, Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey.

UEFA also advise that fans from the United Kingdom must be sure to check up-to-date local government information as well as ensuring you're tested and clear before making your way to watch the football at the stadium.

Following the Three Lions’ triumph over Germany, internet traffic data revealed that Google searches for ‘Euro 2020 tickets’ increased more than 10 times compared to earlier in the day.

Searches for ‘Euro 2020 final tickets’ were 25 times higher after the game had finished.