What time does England v Italy kick off tonight? Wembley set for Euro 2020 final

England take on Italy in the final of Euro 2020 today.

The Three Lions beat Denmark at Wembley in the semi-finals thanks to an extra-time winner from captain Harry Kane.

Kane’s goal had Wembley rocking and the national stadium is set to host the Euro 2020 final

The result sent the Wembley crowd wild and has got the whole nation dreaming of lifting the famous trophy this summer.

England will now take on Italy in the final after they beat Spain on penalties on Tuesday night.

England v Italy: Date and kick-off time

The final of the 16th edition of European Championship will take place on Sunday, July 11.

It is being held at Wembley and will kick-off at 8pm UK time.

There are set to be 60,000 fans under the famous arch for the big game.

England v Italy: talkSPORT commentary

Full commentary of the final will be live on talkSPORT and we’ll have extended coverage of the game throughout the day.

Mark Saggers will be your host at Wembley for the big match with commentary from Jim Proudfoot, Stuart Pearce and Sol Campbell.

There will also be exclusive analysis from Jose Mourinho, plus England insider Faye Carruthers will be at pitchside.

To tune in, click the radio player below or HERE for the live stream.

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Raheem Sterling and England will be looking to reach the final of Euro 2020

England v Italy: Pathway

Round of 16

Saturday 26 June

Wales 0-4 Denmark
Italy 2-1 Austria (AET)

Sunday 27 June

Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic
Belgium 1-0 Portugal

Monday 28 June

Croatia 3-5 Spain (AET)
France 3-3 Switzerland (pens: 4-5)

Tuesday 29 June

England 2-0 Germany
Sweden 1-2 Ukraine (AET)


Friday 2 July

Spain 1-1 Switzerland (pens: 1-3)
Belgium 1-2 Italy 

Saturday 3 July

Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark
Ukraine 0-4 England


Tuesday 6 July

Italy 1-1 Spain (pens: 4-2)

Wednesday 7 July

England 2-1 Denmark (AET)


Sunday 11 July

Italy vs England (20:00, London)