The final countdown to England vs Germany is on - but where is the Euros match being held?
No fewer than 11 host cities across the continent have staged matches at Euro 2020 - from Baku to Glasgow and Sevilla to St. Petersburg.
The tournament is usually held in one country or by neighbouring countries but UEFA wanted a Europe-wide celebration to mark the tournament's 60 years.
Plans put in place by UEFA, European football's governing body, were rocked by the Covid pandemic of 2020 which delayed the Euros by a year to 2021.
Stadium capacity limits used to reduce the spread of Covid have seen fewer fans in the grounds throughout the group stages than was initially planned for.
So what's the plan for England vs Germany, and where is it being held?
Where is England vs Germany being held?
Though Euro 2020 has seen matches being played across 11 different countries in Europe, there has been a sense of a home tournament for England supporters.
Gareth Southgate's Three Lions have played all of their Euro 2020 games at Wembley Stadium so far against group stage opponents Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic.
And England will be at home again in the last 16 after finishing top of their group.
The Round of 16 tie at Euro 2020 between England vs Germany will be held at Wembley.
What time is England vs Germany kick off?
The last 16 tie at Euro 2020 between England and Germany will kick off at 5pm on Tuesday 29 June 2021.
It will be the penultimate fixture of the round, with Sweden vs Ukraine kicking off at 8pm in Glasgow on the same date.
Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Denmark and Czech Republic have already advanced through to the last 16 of the competition.
If England were to beat Germany then their quarter-final tie would be played in Rome on Saturday 3 July against either Sweden or Ukraine.
How many fans can attend England vs Germany?
Under government restrictions to limit the spread of Covid, grounds in England and Scotland have been limited in the number of fans allowed into the stadium to watch games.
Glasgow's Hampden Park has been permitted to allow entry to 12,000 spectators for each match - at 25% of the stadium's total capacity.
Whereas in England, Wembley Stadium was permitted to allow 22,500 spectators into the ground for each match - at the same 25% of its overall capacity.
Though the government delayed the last step of lockdown easing, which would have seen a return to full capacity crowds, Wembley has received special permission to increase its numbers.
For the last 16 tie between England and Germany, around 40,000 spectators are allowed into Wembley to watch the game live as part of the government's trial programme.
The test programme has been designed to bring large crowds back to live events.
It also means that Wembley will be able to welcome 60,000 fans through its gates for each semi-final tie and the final of Euro 2020 - at 75% of its overall capacity.