Is football coming home? Everything you need to know about the Euros final

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England has defeated the Netherlands and will face Spain at the Euro finals on Sunday.

It will be the first time an England men's team has made it to a major final on foreign soil.

England will play just their second competitive fixture at Berlin’s Olympiastadion.

Five of the team’s previous visits to the venue and its predecessor on the same site, the Deutsches Stadion, have been for friendly encounters, but this time, the stakes could hardly be higher.

ITV News explains what to expect from the big showdown on Sunday.

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Who will England be facing?

England will face Spain on Sunday - a team with star players and a strong scoring record throughout the tournament.

The Spanish side has raised the Euro Cup three times in competition's history - in 1964, 2008 and 2012.

England captain Harry Kane told ITV Sport that facing Spain will be an "unbelievably tough game".

"There's one more game to make history. That's what we're excited about. It's been a tough journey but there's one more. 90 minutes, 120, penalties, whatever it takes we'll be there. I'm looking forward to it," he said.

Sixteen-year-old Lamine Yamal will be of concern to the England players after becoming the youngest goal scorer in European Championship history with a stunning strike against France during the Euros 2024 semi-final on Tuesday.

Barcelona's right winger scored the long-range goal in the 21st minute earning the title of man of the match.

Where can you watch the game?

The final will be held in the Berlin Olympiastadium in the German capital, which has a capacity of 74,475 seats.

You can watch the battle against Spain on ITV1, BBC1, ITVX and BBC iPlayer on July 14 at 8pm.

Who will be in attendance?

No 10 confirmed on Wednesday night that Prime Minister Keir Starmer will be heading to Berlin for the final.

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