EXCITED football fans have already booked their seats in pubs to watch England take on Italy in the final but with a giant screen erected in the Riverside for Wimbledon, questions have been raised as to whether they will show the game.

With England making history for the first time since 1966, many fans are wondering why the final won't be shown on the big screen in Reading.

The Oracle confirmed the screen would not be showing the final Euros game on Sunday and will only be used to display the tennis.

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As well as this, a Euros screen would likely need additional planning and crowd control as it would attract large numbers.

The screen is currently in place in the Oracle Riverside serving up all of the Centre Court action with customers asked to maintain social distancing.

Andy Briggs, General Manager, said: “We’re so happy that Wimbledon is back this year and thrilled that we’re able to show the matches to our customers whilst they’re visiting the centre. It’s completely free and no need to book, although we do ask visitors to adhere to social distancing guidelines.”

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Throughout the two-week period some of the town centre’s shops and restaurants will be offering exclusive discounts and promotions available via the The Oracle PLUS app including free Boost smoothies and 25% off all takeaway orders at Zizzi.