Sadiq Khan has announced that around 750 people will be able to attend first two big-screen games and up to 9,500 ticketed fans could watch third match of the group.
There are plans for a Euro 2020 fan-park at Trafalgar Square after the proposal from City Hall was given the green light by Westminster Council.
England Euro 2020 matches will be shown on big screens in Trafalgar Square and key workers will be at the front of the queue for free tickets.
750 people will be allowed into the square to watch England’s opening game against Croatia on 13 June and then again on 18 June against Scotland.
For the last group game against Czech Republic on 22 June, up to 9,500 supporters could be be admitted if restrictions are relaxed on 21 June. There will be a ballot of course and key workers will get a proportion of them.
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