UEFA announced that British fans over the age of 11 who live in the UK and want to watch the European Football Championship match at Wembley must prove that they have received a second dose of the covid-19 vaccine more than two weeks before the match Tuesday.
Those who have not received the second dose of vaccine need to show a negative test within a maximum of 48 hours.
However, UEFA announced on its website that ticket holders from other countries must still show evidence of negative LFT tests conducted 48 hours ago.
England will start the European Cup against Croatia in Group D on Sunday, then against Scotland on June 18, and the Czech Republic on June 22. Wembley will host 22,500 fans in the group stage. The other game of the round of 16 as well as the semi-finals and finals were all played at Wembley.
According to the BBC, fans who want to watch a Scottish game in Hampden Park do not need to submit a vaccination certificate or test negative for the coronavirus.