Italy will come against England at the Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, July 11, 2021, at 3:00 PM (ET) in the UEFA European Championship 2020 Final. The Wembley Stadium in London will host the tournament finale since it has the highest capacity of all of the stadiums. Here, you will find when this decisive soccer game will be played and how to watch it in the US.

This will be their 28th overall meeting. Italy are the slight favorites in head-to-head clashes, having celebrated a victory on 11 occasions so far; England have grabbed a triumph eight times to this day, and an equal number of eight games have ended in a draw.

Their most recent game was played on March 27, 2018, when the Azzurri salvaged a late 1-1 draw in an International Friendly. It promises to be an even more exciting clash as these two countries clash for the first time in more than three years, this time to determine the new Euro 2020 champion.

Italy vs England: Confirmed lineups for Euro 2020 Final at Wembley

While Roberto Mancini is working with a fitting team to complete the Euro 2020 final, the unlucky Leonardo Spinazzola will have his thoughts reared before his Achilles tendon had torn against Belgium. Now that Emerson Palmieri is preparing to substitute him, the defender faces a hard six months of recuperation. Federico Chiesa's health was being questioned after he was pulled off in Italy's penalty shootout triumph over Spain on Tuesday, however, has been included in the starting lineup.

England have returned to a back three for the Euro 2020 Final with Kieran Trippier coming in at Wembley instead of Bukayo Saka, against Italy.
Saka came back to Southgate's starting XI when Denmark was defeated with a 2-1 in the semis. Phil Foden was an injury woe after missing England's final training session on Saturday, and he is one of three players from the squad who will be missing, along with Ben Chilwell and Ben White.

In spite of a good showing against Denmark, Jack Grealish and Jadon Sáncho will be on the bench again, alongside Saka. Kane is looking to make his own personal history in this tournament, as a goal in the final would see him overtake Gary Lineker as England's leading striker in major competitions, and he is only three goals away from entering into the top five of the Three Lions' all-time scoring statistics.

Italy confirmed starting XI:

Donnarumma, Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Barella, Jorginho, Verratti; Chiesa, Immobile, Insigne.

England confirmed starting XI:

Pickford; Shaw, Maguire, Stones, Walker, Trippier; Rice, Phillips; Sterling, Kane, Mount.