The England v Italy EURO2020 Final will take place at Wembley Stadium at 8pm on Sunday, 11 July.
Please note this is not a Brent Council-run event. Please do not travel to Wembley if you do not have a ticket for Sunday's game.
We're aware that ticket touts might be operating in the area. Buying from a street ticket tout is not advisable. Ticket touts and unofficial ticket agencies are not authorised to sell tickets.
Those purchasing tickets from ticket touts, either online or outside an event, run the risk of purchasing tickets that are counterfeit or stolen.
Brent Council is once again working closely with its partners to ensure the game runs as smoothly and safely as possible. Ticketholders should check the UEFA website for the latest information.
Ticketholders must show either a Negative Lateral Flow Test or proof of full vaccination to be allowed entry to Wembley Stadium.
We're asking residents without a match ticket to please avoid visiting the COVID-19 testing site at Brent Civic Centre on matchday, with the area likely to be very busy.
If you’re a ticketholder and you need to show proof of a Lateral Flow Test gain entry to Wembley Stadium, we would strongly advise visiting the Brent Civic Centre test centre before 6pm on Sunday. Any time after this is likely to be very busy and could delay your entry into the stadium and you may miss kick off
Alternative testing sites can be found on our interactive map.
Parking and traffic:
Due to the increase in the number of fans attending the Final at Wembley Stadium, Fryent Way will be closed and used for parking on Sunday, 11 July. This is to allow for more fan parking in designated zones and has been planned to help minimise disruption to residents.
The closure will go into effect at 2pm on Sunday with vehicles diverted via Kingsbury Road and Church Lane and will be lifted at midnight. The road will have a central lane open for emergency vehicles only.
We would still encourage Ticketholders to travel by public transport or coach. Wembley Stadium will not provide parking for private vehicles during the event, except accessible parking. Nearby street parking is reserved for residents and businesses.
Event Day parking restrictions will be active from 8am to midnight on main roads and from 10am to midnight on residential streets. If you have a paper Event Day permit, please make sure it is clearly displayed in the vehicle. Electronic permit holders do not need to display a permit.
Please see here for Brent's parking restrictions on stadium event days.
Getting to Wembley:
The best and least stressful way to visit Wembley Stadium during EURO 2020 is by public transport. Parking in the Wembley and surrounding area is very limited.
Please use the EURO 2020 App Journey Planner to plan your journey to the stadium, check the best routes and travel advice. Information on how to get to Wembley Stadium and accessible parking on matchdays can be found here.