A proof of vaccination or a negative test will be demanded from fans attending England’s Euro 2020 group games at Wembley Stadium before entry.

Proof of full vaccination, will also be required from UK-based ticket holders aged 11 or over with both doses received at least 14 days before the match. These rules have been issued by Football governing body, UEFA, in order to avoid the spread of the deadly COVID-19.

Another category of people is those not fully vaccinated. They will also be required to show proof of a negative lateral flow test taken within the previous 48 hours.

Meanwhile, England has been scheduled to play Croatia in their opening group game on Sunday.

Proof of vaccination or a negative Covid-19 test won’t be demanded from ticket holders for matches taking place at Hampden Park.

The NHS app will be useful especially to fans who live in England and will be attending games at Wembley. They will show their vaccination status via the app.

Considering the surge in the deadly virus globally, Uefa is not leaving any stone unturned to ensure that covid rules are being adhered to strictly. In this regard, the football body has promised to meet its “main priority” which is to deliver a safe tournament,

It is not also not relenting in their efforts when it comes to “working with the local governments and health authorities to ensure measures adhere to the public health guidance of the host country”.

The eleven venues to be used for the tournament across Europe are: Wembley, Hampden Park, Rome, Munich, Baku, St Petersburg, Budapest, Seville, Bucharest, Amsterdam and Copenhagen.