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Scotland fans without a ticket to their team’s Euro 2020 match with England are being warned not to travel to London by the city’s mayor.
There will be nowhere for large groups to gather in the capital for the match, at 20:00 BST on 18 June, with the traditional Trafalgar Square meeting place being used as a socially-distanced fan zone for key workers.
About 2,600 tickets are allocated for Scotland supporters in Wembley, with pubs and bars also expected to limit the number of football fans allowed in during the European Championship, which has been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sadiq Khan is joining the Scottish Government and Scottish Football Association in asking fans not to travel to the city unless they have a ticket, or a safe place to watch the match.
“I am so excited for Uefa Euro 2020 and one of the games that I am looking forward to the most is England’s match with Scotland at Wembley,” he says. “I have some amazing memories of England v Scotland games in the past and I love the atmosphere that Scottish fans always bring to major football tournaments.
“However, I am today urging all fans to only come to London if you have a ticket for the match or if you have arranged a safe place to watch it from, in compliance with Covid-19 guidelines.”