The Euro 2020 final is almost upon us.
As a nation waits to find out if England can go one better than their 2018 World Cup venture and book a place in the final of a major football tournament, plans for the final day are being made.
If Gareth Southgate's Three Lions can beat Denmark in the semi final of the 2021 Euros then they will be just one game away from claiming a first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup.
And, while England supporters dream, football fans are keeping an eye on when the Euro 2020 final will take place, where it will be held and what time the action kicks off.
Where is the Euros final being held?
The final of Euro 2020 is being held at Wembley Stadium in London.
London is one of 11 cities to host Euro 2020 matches alongside Glasgow, Amsterdam, Baku, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Munich, Rome, St Petersburg and Seville.
When is the Euro 2020 final?
The final of Euro 2020 will take place on Sunday 11 July 2021.
It will mark the end of a 30-day football festival which saw 24 teams play off in the groups stage before the knockout rounds of the last 16, quarter finals, semi finals and the final.
The tournament began on 11 June 2021 after it had been pushed back a year due to restrictions imposed amid the Covid pandemic to reduce the spread of the deadly virus.
What time does the Euro 2020 final kick off?
The Euro 2020 final will kick off at 8pm (BST) on Sunday 11 July 2021.
The final takes place on the same day as the Wimbledon men's final, with sports fans hoping the tennis match will be finished in time for the start of the Euros showdown at Wembley.
How many fans will be at the Euros final?
Both semi finals and the final of the 2021 Euros will be held at Wembley and will form part of the UK government's events research programme.
The pilot scheme is designed to bring large crowds back to live events and will see several one-off events run at a higher capacity than current lockdown rules allow.
Wembley, however, has been capped at 75% of its total capacity for both semi finals and the final of Euro 2020 - estimated to be roughly 60,000 people under the iconic Wembley arch.
Who is playing in the Euro 2020 final?
The Euros have thrown up one or two surprises over the past couple of weeks with pre-tournament favourites France and Belgium both being knocked out.
The Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden and Croatia were all sent packing in the Round of 16 - at the same stage England recorded an historic victory over Germany at Wembley.
Switzerland and Ukraine made it through to the last eight of the competition while tournament dark horses Denmark are dreaming of emulating the success they had at Euro '92.