EURO 2020 FINAL | Italy vs. England: date, kick-off time and all you need to know

by | Jul 7, 2021 22:58

England have qualified for their first major Final since 1966 and will play Italy at Wembley on Sunday.

After two action packed semi-finals, Italy and England have prevailed and prepare for the showpiece in the English capital.

The big game between Italy and England will take place at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday, June 11, one month after the opening game at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

The match kicks off at 20.00 UK time on Sunday, when the Azzurri returns to Wembley for the third time this competition.

Italy went through Group A with three wins in three games, against Turkey, Switzerland and Wales, before beating Austria, Belgium and Spain in the knockout stages.

England advanced from their group with Croatia, Scotland and Czech Republic, before overcoming Germany, Ukraine and Denmark to advance.

England and Italy have faced each other 27 times and Italy have won 11 of the clashed with the Three Lions, with eight of them ending in draws.

The two sides have only met twice at the Euros, in 1980 and 2012, when the Azzurri won 1-0 and advanced after winning 4-2 on penalties respectively.

Italy vs. England stats

Games played: 27
Italy wins: 11
England wins: 8
Draws: 8

Italy goals scored: 35
England goals scored 35

The last five games between Italy and England:
Friendly 2017-18 – England 1-1 Italy: Vardy (ENG), Insigne (ITA)
Friendly 2014-15 – Italy 1-1 England: Pellè (ITA), Townsend (ENG)
World Cup 2014 – England 1-2 Italy: Sturridge (ENG), Marchisio and Balotelli (ITA)
Friendly 2012-13 – Italy 1-2 England: De Rossi (ITA), Jagielka and Defoe (ENG)
EURO 2012 – England 0-0 (2-4 on pens) Italy

Competitive games between Italy and England:
World Cup 2014 – England 1-2 Italy: Sturridge (ENG), Marchisio and Balotelli (ITA)
EURO 2012 – England 0-0 (2-4 on pens) Italy
World Cup qualifiers 1997 – Italy 0-0 England
World Cup qualifiers 1997 – England 0-1 Italy: Zola (ITA)
World Cup 1990 – Italy 2-1 England: Baggio and Schillaci (ITA), Platt (ENG)
EURO 1980 – Italy 1-0 England: Tardelli (ITA)
World Cup qualifiers 1977 – England 2-0 Italy: Keegan and Brooking (ENG)
World Cup qualifiers 1976 – Italy 2-0 England: Antognoni and Bettega (ITA)


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