The Euro 2020 organisers, UEFA, has confirmed that Rome will be the ninth host city for Euro 2020 and will take place with spectators, 25% capacity.
At the same time the English FA is ready to host extra matches at Wembley Stadium, if deemed necessary.
Rome and London join 7 other nations that will stage matches for the first time - Glasgow, Dublin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, St Petersburg, Bilbao, Munich, Budapest, Baku and Bucharest.
Wembley is expected to be used for its three group matches and one last-16 games. The FA expects also to host both semi-finals and the final. Details here.