ALL LOUNGES and Cosy Clubs across the country will close early to allow their staff to watch the final of Euro 2020.

The two Lounges restaurant chains will be closing their restaurants in England at 7pm on Sunday July 11 so that staff don’t miss the historic match.

After beating Denmark in the semi-final of the European Championship on Wednesday, the Three Lions face off against Italy at Wembley in their first appearance at a men’s major tournament final for over half a century.

On its social media page, Cosy Club said: “We have decided to close our Cosy Clubs in England this Sunday at 7pm to allow our teams to (hopefully) enjoy history in the making.

“We will be in touch with all those who have booked.”

Across the UK, Loungers have 122 Lounges and 22 Cosy Club restaurants.

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In Southampton, this includes Maritimo Lounge at Ocean Way, Santo Lounge in Shirley and Trago in Portswood Road.

All the lounges have posted on their Facebook pages to inform customers of the change.

It comes as three supermarkets have also changed their opening hours so staff can watch the game.

Tesco Express and Co-op will be closing at 7.45pm while Lidl say if England win, they will be opening an hour later on Monday.