WEMBLEY Stadium will be packed with 90,000 fans for the Euros final under plans to use the NHS app to show who is vaccinated.
Ministers want to fill the home of football on July 11 to show off Brexit Britain’s storming jab-driven recovery.
Hundreds of thousands of Brits could also be set to enjoy a great summer of sport and live music with the Wimbledon tournament, cricket Tests and the Leeds and Reading Festivals saved.
Ministers are hopeful of packing out stadia and live venues later this year using the NHS app to prove people have been jabbed or tested negative for Covid.
On the back of the policy shift toward vaccine passports, The Sun has learnt Whitehall Officials are working on secret tech plans to add them to the app.
And the jewel in the crown would be a full house at Wembley for the final of the delayed Euro 2020 tournament in July.
Boris Johnson said yesterday he was “very optimistic” all restrictions would be lifted by June 21 and threw his weight behind vaccine passports being used at home as well as abroad.
He said “none of this would have been possible” without the NHS jab rollout and hinted it had opened “immense possibilities”.
Tennis fans will be watching closely to see if they can get to watch live matches at Wimbledon, which starts on June 28.
England play India in cricket Tests in August and Reading and Leeds festivals are also scheduled for the end of the month.
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