CAPACITY: Wembley to remain at 75% limit for EURO 2020 final
Despite calls to fill the ground, Wembley will remain at 75% capacity for the EURO 2020 final between England and Italy.
The stadium will once again hold in the region of 65,000 for the showpiece event with scientists advising against an increase.
Restrictions are due to end on July 19th - eight days after the EURO 2020 final is scheduled to be played at Wembley.
However, the event will not be allowed to hold a bigger crowd after the advice said doing so would increase case numbers.
It comes after Wimbledon was allowed full capacity for the latter stages and Silverstone will host 150,000 for the British Grand Prix.
On the EURO Exposition podcast, fans felt it was worthwhile to open up more the Three Lions first final since 1966.
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