Last-minute Wembley tickets for England’s Euro 2020 final being sold for £70,000

England fans scrambling for last-minute tickets for the Euro 2020 final are being charged up to £70,000 to watch tonight's showpiece event.

Gareth Southgate's side face Italy at Wembley Stadium this evening as the Three Lions look to win a first major tournament in 55 years.

A reduced capacity of approximately 60,000 supporters will be inside Wembley when tonight's sell-out match gets underway, plenty of people are still trying to find a way to secure a ticket.

Due to the high demand for tickets, fans are being priced out of the final by being quoted sky-high prices.

On resale sites Ticombo and LiveFootball Tickets, tickets range from £1,622 to £15,000 each, meanwhile one individual attempted to sell two tickets on eBay for £70,000 earlier today.

Official ticket prices for the Wembley final had ranged from £82 to £808, but were snapped up in no time by supporters.

Consumer specialist publication Which? has been warning fans throughout the tournament to avoid using unofficial ticket channels to try and secure a seat at the match.

"Even though some of these websites claim to offer tickets from '100%' trusted sellers, this is often not the case," Which? expert Adam French told LBC.

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"If you're not lucky enough to get your hands on a ticket through the official website you might be better off saving your cash and making plans to watch Gareth Southgate and the lads take on Italy with family and friends at home or in the pub.

"If you insist on trying your luck and buying tickets for the match from an unofficial seller, make sure to pay with a credit card for purchases over £100 so you stand a better chance of getting a refund if things go wrong."

UEFA also issued a warning to those purchasing from such sites, making clear their policy on the matter.

“Uefa will not hesitate to take action (including cancelling tickets) where such unauthorised offers are identified and take legal proceedings against third parties involved in the unauthorised resale of tickets, as we have done in the past," a spokesperson said.

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