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When is England vs Spain? How to get Euro 2024 final tickets and flights to Germany

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England have done it!

Gareth Southgate has guided the Three Lions to consecutive European Championships finals following a victory over the Netherlands in Dortmund. England secured a 2-1 win at the Signal Iduna Park, courtesy of goals from Harry Kane and Ollie Watkins.

The Netherlands had taken an early lead with a stunning goal from Xavi Simons. England retaliated with a penalty a few minutes later, successfully converted by Kane.

The match seemed set to go into extra time, until Watkins - who had only come on as a substitute for Kane a few minutes earlier, found the bottom corner with a precise finish. The goal confirmed England's spot in the final, where Southgate's team will face Spain on Sunday night.

Ahead of what promises to be a historic night in Berlin, the Manchester Evening News provides all the information you need about the final.

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When is the Euro 2024 final?

England will take on Spain on Sunday, July 14 at Berlin's Olympiastadion. The kick-off is scheduled for 8pm UK time and 9pm in Germany.

Can I still buy tickets?

Tickets for the final can be purchased through UEFA's ticket portal. A certain number of tickets will be allocated for fans of each nation, with details on how to purchase these being released in due course.

According to UEFA's website, tickets for the final will start from £80.39 each, however, the most expensive seats will cost a staggering £1,692.40.

Flights to Germany

Skyscanner reveals that the most affordable direct return flight to Berlin this Sunday is priced at £836 per person with Eurowings. The flight departs Manchester at 12.50pm, landing in Berlin at 3:45pm.

The return journey to Manchester is scheduled for 1.05pm on Monday, July 15, with an expected arrival time of 2.05pm. For those preferring to fly from London, a more economical option is available at £562 per person.

This involves a direct flight from London Heathrow to Berlin via British Airways, departing at 3.10pm on Sunday and touching down in Berlin at 6.05pm. However, the return trip is considerably more hectic, leaving Berlin at 6.45am on Monday morning, followed by a five-hour layover in Stuttgart before finally arriving back at London Heathrow at 1.50pm on Monday afternoon.

As for accommodation in Berlin, options are limited for Sunday night leading into Monday. Nevertheless, there are still some Airbnb rooms listed on their website.

Prices start from approximately £50, based on two people sharing.

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