England’s football team is just one historic victory away from its first major silverware since 1966.
After a 2-1 victory over Denmark on Wednesday, she will play in Italy Euro 2020 Sunday night final.
Happiness fans are celebrating ‘these are coming home’ for the three lines that sent the city centers out after winning the matches.
But given the kick-off at Wimbledon at 8pm tonight, you’re probably wondering how long the pubs will be open.
When do pubs have to close?
Thankfully, Downing Street gave the pub the green light to stay open longer than usual on Sunday due to the final.
The match will end at 10pm – if resolved as usual.
However, extra time and the possibility of a penalty shootout could mean that the game will end around 11 p.m.
Under normal trade rules, the pub must close at 10:30 a.m. Sunday.
But Boris Johnson has said he can stay open until 11:15 pm to reduce the risk of customers leaving before the end of the match.
An official spokesman for the prime minister said: “We are moving ahead with plans to allow pubs to open until 11.15pm on Sunday.
“The whole nation is in the grip of the euro and this will ensure that people can come together to enjoy the final in pubs, if they want to.”
Quaid bans are still in place on July 11 and pubs will have to comply.
This includes just sticking to the table, covering the face, and keeping a distance of one meter to help prevent the spread of covid.
Downing Street has also said that employers who allow staff to go to work late on Monday or if England wins can take leave from that day.
When asked about the possibility of an extended weekend on Thursday, Boris Johnson said the bank’s leave would be “fateful”.
No one said there would be any “events from time to time” for the England team, such as the Victory Parade.
On Thursday, the prime minister’s official spokesman said: “I do not want to pre-empt the outcome of Sunday’s match. Will do
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