Last Updated: 07/12/17 3:44pm
Wembley will host seven games at Euro 2020 following after UEFA dropped Brussels as a venue because of stadium problems.
Brussels has lost the right to be a host for the tournament because of delays in the construction of the 60,000-capacity Eurostadium project on the site of Heysel.
Wembley had originally been selected to host the semi-finals and final of the competition in 2014 and will now host an additional three group games and one last-16 fixture.
Both Wales’ Principality Stadium and Sweden’s Stockholm Friend’s Arena had been hoping to replace Brussels, but UEFA opted against the venues for last seasons Champions League and Europa League finals.
UEFA also chose Rome’s Stadio Olimpico to be the venue for the opening game of the 24-team tournament, despite interest from Glasgow’s Hampden Park.
The competition is set to be played under a new format with fixtures taking place in 12 different nations as a one-off event to celebrate the tournament’s 16th anniversary.