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England will be DENIED a victory parade if they end their 55-year wait for a major international trophy this summer.
The Three Lions saw off Germany in the last-16 to set up a quarter-final clash against Ukraine on Saturday.
But if Harry Kane and Co do indeed go all the way, they are unlikely to hold a victory parade through London.
The Times say that the FA have still not 'discussed the matter in detail' yet.
The report continues by stating that they 'will have to start formulating plans of how to recognise the achievement' should England win their first trophy since 1966.
The obvious choice of celebration would be an open-top bus tour through parts of the country in a normal climate.
However, with Covid-19 restrictions still in place, a tour through London is a no go.
It is being claimed that an alternative option 'could be staging a ticketed event at Wembley Stadium' or another venue in London.
That means fans would need to enter a ballot to gain entry to it.
When the England rugby union team won the World Cup in 2003, they received an incredible reception by thousands of fans.
The England cricket team had a similar parade after they won the Ashes back in 2005.
Considering the current circumstances, it seems unlikely the England football team will enjoy a similar parade to their rugby and cricket counterparts.
Southgate's side, meanwhile, take on Ukraine for a spot in the semi-finals, with the final a week on Sunday.
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