Sunday’s game will be played in front of 60,000 fans at Wembley Stadium, but who will be in the main?
England will face Italy in the Euro 2020 final on July 11, when the month-long international tournament comes to an end.
The Three Lions beat Denmark 2-1 in extra time in extra time in the semi-finals, while Roberto Mancini’s Italy lost on penalties to Spain.
So, who will take charge of the showpiece program at Wembley on Sunday? And what is a complete depressed team? the aim Takes a look
Who will officiate the Euro 2020 final?
Dutch referee Bojnorn Capers He was selected for the final between England and Italy at Wembley Stadium.
It will be helped Sander van Roel And Irwin Zenstra, Both are from the Netherlands Carlos del Cerro Grande Will be the fourth official from Spain. The reserve assistant referee is also from Spain Young Carlos Yoste Jimenez.
As far as the VAR is concerned, the German referee is the official team in charge Bastin Dunkirth The primary video assistant will be the referee and will assist you Paul Van Buikel, From The Netherlands, and Christian Guttelman And Marco Fritz, Both are German
What other sports has the referee performed?
Coopers has been a referee since 2006 and is the first official from the Netherlands to take charge of a European Championship final.
With the 48-year-old taking charge of the following matches, he has no experience of competing again in the final.
- Europa League final between Marseille and Atletico Madrid (2018)
- Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid (2014)
- Europa League final between Benfica and Chelsea (2013)
- Super Cup match between Barcelona and Porto (2011)
- Final of the Under-21 European Championship between Germany and England (2009)
- Final of European Under-17 Championship between Czech Republic and Russia (2006)
The Coopers have also refereed the Euro 2012, 2014 World Cup, Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cups.
Meanwhile, the Dutch have watched two group stage games at Euro 2020, including Belgium’s 2-1 victory over Denmark and Spain’s 5-0 victory over Slovakia.
He also took charge of Denis’ quarter-final victory over the Czech Republic and was the fourth official to win early in the group stage against England’s Croatia.