EURO 2020 Finals Tickets – Italy vs England final tickets: The Three Lions have endured more than five decades of heartache on the international stage since lifting the World Cup 55 years ago but can turn the tables by beating Italy. It’s clear that English fans want to part of this history. Though UEFA has already closed the official channels for tickets as each and every ticket released at this stage is sold out – but the unauthorized sellers are selling the tickets at mind boggling prize of 56 Lakhs (£54,000) in black market. Accordingly to Daily Mail, thousands of lucrative seats have been listed on high-profile ticket resale websites, social media pages and Ebay – which according to UEFA is illegal.
UEFA has warned that fans who used these websites to buy seats could be refused entry into the ground, while consumer watchdogs said many being sold this way are fakes.
EURO 2020 Finals Tickets – Italy vs England final tickets: Will British Government & UEFA increase the seat capacity to 90,000?
The crowd at Wembley on Sunday is expected to be 67,500. The Government has resisted pressure to allow the stadium to host a capacity crowd of 90,000. According to iTV, Government sources have told them that a packed-out Wembley on Sunday 11 July “cannot be ruled out” and if a decision to host 90,000 fans is made, the appetite for tickets on what could be a historic occasion for English sport will undoubtedly be even greater.
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.
EURO 2020 Finals Tickets: In case the capacity is increased to 90,000 – check how you can get lucky and grab ticket for the finals?
UEFA has repeatedly requested fans to purchase tickets on UEFA’s official website via the ticketing portal. The majority of tickets for the final have already been purchased, although any increase in capacity would lead to more being made available.
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].
How much are Euro 2020 final tickets?
- Category 1: €945 [£808]
- Category 2: €595 [£509]
- Category 3: €295 [£252]
- Fans First: €95 [£81]
But for now Tickets on Uefa’s official website shows sold out last week and it is highly doubtful whether any more will appear.
EURO 2020 Finals LIVE – Italy vs England LIVE Streaming: How fans can watch the finals?
When is the Euro 2020 final?
- Date: Sunday 11 July / 12th January in India @ 12.30 AM IST
- Kick-off time in UK 8pm
- Venue: Wembley Stadium
- How to watch on TV: The game will be shown on both BBC and ITV and will be available for free. In Indian Italy vs England will be LIVE Streamed by SonyLIV and will be LIVE Broadcasted by Sony Sports Network