England vs Germany tickets: How can I buy them for Last 16 and how many fans are allowed into Wembley?

ENGLAND have made it through to the Euro 2020 knockout stages and they’ll be staying at Wembley to face Germany next.

A 1-0 win over the Czech Republic ensured the Three Lions finished top of Group D.

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England are back at Wembley for the Euro 2020 last 16[/caption]

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How many fans will be allowed at Wembley for England’s last 16 game?

England had been playing matches in front of 22,500 fans in the group stage – a 25 per cent capacity.

However, this will be upped to 45,000 fans – 50 per cent – in the last 16.

And the UK government has confirmed to Uefa that the semi-final and final will be played in front of at least 60,000 fans – a 75 per cent capacity.

How can I get tickets for the England last 16 game?

Tickets are sold on the Uefa ticketing portal and are priced at 185 euros, 125 euros and 50 euros.

England Supporters Club members will be allocated tickets separately, with the 4,841 fans who originally held tickets able to download Category C tickets immediately at a price of £45,

However, this allocation will now be increased to 7,358 with the additional 2,500 tickets to be allocated to the supporters with the most loyalty points.

And England’s allocation could even double to almost 15,000.

Germany have been allocated 7,400 tickets for the match but are considering turning down their allocation due to Coronavirus concerns.

On Wednesday, Chancellor Angela Merkel called on all EU countries to order travellers from Britain into quarantine, as Germany currently does.

Even if the German FA decide to take up their allocation, fans travelling from Germany will be unable to attend the match as the country is currently on the UK amber list with a ten-day quarantine required for all arrivals.

Where will England play their next games if they win?

England will travel to Rome for the quarter-final should they get through the last 16.

Both semi-finals and the final will then be played at Wembley, should England get there.



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