Uefa have confirmed that Wembley Stadium will have 60,000 fans in attendance for the Euro 2020 semi-finals and final next month.
There had been concerns this week that London may lose the right to host the final due to continued coronavirus worries in Britain and the Government’s quarantine rules.
Budapest and Rome were believed to have been contingency stadiums for European football’s governing body.
However it has now been confirmed that Wembley will be 75 per cent full for the final three games of the competition but Sky Sports have revealed that the Government and Uefa are still in discussions about quarantine rules for overseas visitors.
An update on that situation will reportedly arrive in the next few days.