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England face Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday, their first major tournament final in 55 years.

Gareth Southgate’s men have overcome some tough opposition on their way to the final, including 2018 World Cup semi-finalists Croatia, rivals Germany and the team that gave it their all, Denmark.

The form of Three Lions’ Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Luke Shaw and Jordan Pickford have caused other countries trouble.

Kane is only two goals away from claiming the competition’s Golden Boot, while shot-stopper Pickford had already claimed the Golden Glove award after going five matches without conceding.

England will be playing their sixth game at Wembley on Sunday, something that has been criticised by other nation’s fans. Their only match that wasn’t played under the arch was when Southgate’s side beat Ukraine 4-0 in the quarter-final clash at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

Harry Kane (R) celebrates scoring England's winner against Denmark in Wednesday's semi-final.
(Image: Getty Images)

However, Sunday’s clash will arguably be their toughest, the Italian’s are undefeated in almost three years and have former Premier League winning manager Roberto Mancini at the helm.

The 56-year-old has only lost twice during his time in charge of his home country and has revolutionised the way Italy play and set-up. His reliability of the 4-3-3 formation has worked out well for the Italians, leading to them winning four of their six games in normal time thus far.

Bjorn Kuipers has been announced as the referee for the match and will be the first Dutch official to take charge of a European Championship final.

The 48-year-old has refereed three games at the competition so far, including Denmark’s 2-1 loss to Belgium in Group B, Spain’s 5-0 win over Slovakia in their final game of Group E and the Danes’ 2-1 quarter-final victory over Czech Republic.

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Wembley Stadium will play host to England’s first-ever Euros final. The UK Government have said the venue will be at 75 percent capacity for the occasion with roughly 60,000 fans allowed to attend the match.

With all this being said, how are you able to stream the Three Lions’ biggest game in 55 years?

BBC iPlayer

The match will be available to stream on BBC’s iPlayer service. To do this, search on your browser BBC iPlayer and the streaming service will be there, once on the site, if you don’t already have an account, sign up for free in order to access the service. An email will appear in your inbox, once you have verified your email address, you’re good to go.

iPlayer also has an app available to download. This, like the website, is free to use. Log in with your email address and password from your account and begin streaming as soon as you like.

A TV licence is required in order to use this service.

Roberto Mancini has guided Italy to their first Euros final since winning the tournament in 1968.
(Image: (Photo by Andy Rain – Pool/Getty Images))

ITV Hub

ITV Hub is almost identical to iPlayer for how to stream the game. Sign up, verify your email and get back on the website to watch England. The service also has a free app to download if you prefer to watch it on your tablet or phone.

The final is scheduled for an 8pm kick-off with coverage on BBC starting at 7pm, while ITV comes to you from 6:30pm.