England look set to play in front of crowds both in their Euro 2020 warm-ups and the tournament itself as the plans for the return of spectators to sport gathers pace.
The FA Cup final, scheduled for Wembley on 15 May, has been chosen as a pilot event ahead of the currently scheduled date for the opening up of stadiums, which is two days later.
Those plans mean 10,000 people could potentially be allowed to attend sporting events with the Premier League hoping to have fans in grounds for the final two games of the current season.
England have two scheduled warm-up matches for Euro 2020, against Austria and Romania, with both of those games set to take place away from Wembley as it gets geared up for the tournament itself.
However, as things stand, supporters look set to be walking along Wembley Way for the opening game of the championships, against Croatia on 13 June.