Euro 2020 is into its final stages, with the race between Europe's elite to get their hands on the trophy approaching a conclusion.
World champions France were dumped out in the last 16, as were reigning European champions Portugal, but England and Italy remain in the hunt for glory.
There have been plenty of ups and downs before the final, but when will the ultimate decider take place? Goal brings you all the details, including how to watch on TV.
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- When is the Euro 2020 final?
- How to watch Euro 2020 final live on TV & stream online
- Which teams are in the Euro 2020 final?
- Where is the Euro 2020 final being played?
- How many fans can attend the Euro 2020 final?
The Euro 2020 final will be played on Sunday July 11, 2021. Kick-off time has been set at 8pm BST (3pm ET).
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|BBC One / ITV||BBC iPlayer / ITV Player|
In the United Kingdom (UK), BBC One and ITV will both broadcast the Euro 2020 final live on TV. The game will also be available to watch live on BBC iPlayer and the ITV Player.
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|ESPN / TUDN / Univision||ESPN+ / Univision NOW|
The game will be broadcast live in the United States (U.S.) on ESPN, TUDN and Univision, with ESPN+ and Univision NOW streaming.
The Euro 2020 final will see Italy play England.
The two teams contesting the decider were confirmed on Tuesday July 6 and Wednesday July 7, when the semi-final games were played.
Italy defeated Spain to book their place in the final and England overcame Denmark in extra time, thanks to a Harry Kane penalty.
Wembley Stadium in London is the venue of the final. The home ground of the England national team, it has a capacity of 90,000.
Interestingly, Wembley will also host both semi-final games, those who contest the tournament decider will have familiarised themselves with the stadium. England, of course, are at home.
Wembley - in its original form - has played host to the European Championship final before, at Euro 96, when Germany defeated Czech Republic 2-1 thanks to a Golden Goal by Oliver Bierhoff.
Over 60,000 supporters will be permitted to attend the Euro 2020 final at Wembley on July 11.
Around three weeks beforehand, on June 22, the UK government gave the green light for the mammoth stadium to operate at 75 per cent capacity for the event.
It also confirmed that Wembley could operate with over 60,000 fans for the two semi-finals, which are scheduled to be played on July 6 and July 7.
Fans wishing to attend the games will need to meet a number of criteria, such as producing a negative Covid-19 test or proof of full vaccination, 14 days in advance of attendance.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin welcomed the announcement, saying: "It is great news that so many fans will be able to watch the final three matches of the Euro 2020 at Wembley.
"The last 18 months have taught us – both on and off the pitch – how integral fans are to the fabric of the game.
"This tournament has been a beacon of hope to reassure people that we are returning to a more normal way of life and this is a further step along that road."