OFFICIALS have confirmed 1,000 fans will be allowed to travel from Italy to England for this Sunday's Euro 2020 final.
The Azzurri booked their place in Sunday night's showdown with a penalty shootout win over Spain in their semi-final on Tuesday night.
Roberto Mancini's squad will face the winner of England's clash with Denmark this weekend at Wembley.
And UK and Italian officials have agreed to allow just 1,000 fans to head to London – but must adhere to very strict rules.
Supporters will only be allowed to fly to London on chartered flights put on by Italian football chiefs (FIGC) in a package costing £500.
Flights will leave Milan and Rome early on Sunday morning, with all fans attending forced to fly back to Italy immediately after the game ends.
In all, fans from Italy will only be allowed to spend 12 hours in the UK for the game as part of a 'security bubble'.
On top of that, any supporters planning to head to Wembley must return a negative coronavirus test after 3pm on Friday July 9.
The fans must then spend five days in isolation upon their return to Italy and take another Covid test.
The Italians booked their place in the final after Jorginho's ice-cool winning penalty on Tuesday night.
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After the game the Chelsea man revealed his secret to success, saying: "In that moment, I tried to forget what was going on around me, to do what I'd trained to do.
"I breathed as I do to be more focused and then I did what I had to do."
Giorgio Chiellini was spotted 'bullying' Jordi Alba moments before the shootout, while Leonardo Bonucci was held back from returning to the pitch by a steward who confused him for a fan during the celebrations.
Jockey Frankie Dettori was spotted going wild in celebration after the win, with ex-Italy star Gianfranco Zola erupting in the studio.
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