Wembley Stadium will host England and Denmark in the second of two semi-finals.
Application window now closed for tickets. The window for ticket applications for UEFA EURO 2020 matches at Wembley Stadium and the additional 44 matches of the tournament is now closed. The general public were able to apply for tickets for UEFA EURO 2020 at euro2020.com/tickets between 12 June 2019 and 12 July 2019.
Follow my team tickets. The application for ‘Follow my team’ tickets has now closed. The deadline to apply for these tickets was Wednesday 18th December.
You can still guarantee your place at UEFA EURO 2020 by booking Official Hospitality, which is now on sale for all matches, including Wembley Stadium. Enquire now and be the first to secure your place at UEFA EURO 2020 matches with Official Hospitality at Wembley Stadium. Please click here.
Travel by coach:
Travelling directly by coach is the best way to guarantee you will be able to return to elsewhere in the UK after each EURO 2020 matchday at Wembley Stadium.
There is plenty of coach parking at the stadium, though in different locations to regular events. If you are travelling on National Express’s network, all you need to do is book a ticket. They will take care of booking the parking space, which will be very close to the stadium.
If you are chartering your own coach, you will need to book a parking space on the UEFA Coach Parking Tool. Once confirmed, you will receive a Venue Access Pass, which the coach driver will need to show in order to access the coach parks.
Some of the coach parks are slightly further from the stadium than normal. There will be plenty of signage so that you don’t get lost and marshals will help you cross busy roads.