Fans Could Watch Euro 2020 Final From Hotel Room Inside Wembley Stadium
Two lucky people could watch the Euro 2020 final from a 'hotel' suite inside Wembley, with the bed overlooking the pitch.
Euro 2020 is being played all over Europe but the continents best will have to visit England if they're to have any chance of winning. As well as all of England's group games being played at Wembley the two semi-finals and final will all be played at the national stadium.
Fans will have to pay a minimum of €295 to be at the final on July 12th but two lucky fans will get the chance to watch in the best way possible for nothing.
Booking.com are giving away a night in a suite inside Wembley, with a view of the pitch from the bed, to one customer who books a room with them, and stays in it, before March 31st 2020.
Prize winners can win two tickets and a stay for either the final or the semi-finals and the prize also includes travel to and from the game, a tour of Wembley and some other hospitality.
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As part of the hospitality the winners will get breakfast on the pitch the morning after the game and will given access to the player's changing room that morning too.
You'll be a guest of World Cup winning striker David Villa too and, talking about the prize, the former Barcelona striker said, "Wembley is one of the most iconic venues in world football, for players and fans alike, so the chance to stay in the Stadium Suite the night of the Final and experience the electric atmosphere is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity! I look forward to meeting the lucky winners on the 12th July next year."
If you aren't quite lucky enough to win the main prize then there's also prizes for group, last 16 and quarter final games up for grabs, that still come with accommodation as part of the prize.
Host countries who qualify know they'll be playing at least most of their group games at home and in England's case it's all of them as Scotland didn't qualify automatically.
Gareth Southgate will be hoping his side play at the national stadium five times between June and July next summer and they'll be one of the favourites to do so.
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