Tesco and Co-op will shut shops early on Sunday to let staff watch the Euro 2020 final while Iceland and Lidl have said they will open later on Monday as Boris Johnson hints there will be a new Bank Holiday if England win - but it is unlikely to be this Monday.
Several stores across the country will adjust their opening times to give workers the opportunity to watch the final clash, Sky reports.
Tesco Express will close all 1,600 stores at 7.45pm, as opposed to the usual midnight closing hours, as will 2,034 Co-op stores. Co-op 24-hour petrol stations will close between 7.45pm and 11pm for the game.
In addition, Lidl revealed it will open its stores an hour later on Monday if England are successful on Sunday night.
Whether England win or lose in the final, supermarket Iceland has announced delays to opening hours, home deliveries, and meetings on Monday.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
There will be no home deliveries on Sunday after 7pm, allowing the Iceland delivery drivers time to get home in time for the big match and store managers have also been encouraged to open later, allowing their teams time to finish their celebrations before heading in on Monday morning.
All non-essential meetings at the company's head office on Monday morning have been rescheduled and teams based in the Deeside HQ will be allowed a lie-in.
Boris Johnson has been riding the wave of football fever engulfing the nation by decking out Downing Street in the flag of St George
Economists expect a spending boom if England can go all the way in a major tournament for the first time since 1966, with Tories hoping they can benefit from a political bounce due to the euphoria
No10 today hinted at a Bank Holiday to celebrate if England win their titanic Euros final - with Keir Starmer also backing the plan
It comes as No10 today hinted at a Bank Holiday to celebrate if England win their titanic Euros final - with Keir Starmer also backing the plan.
The PM's spokesman refused to jinx the showdown with Italy by announcing how the country would celebrate, but made clear the issue is being considered. The extra day off could happen later in July or August.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Economists expect a spending boom if England can go all the way in a major tournament for the first time since 1966, with Tories hoping they can benefit from a political bounce due to the euphoria.
England mad bosses across the country have promised staff 'Hangover Monday' off whatever the result for Gareth Southgate's team.
Growing numbers of schools including in London, Leeds, Lancashire, North Yorkshire, County Durham, West Midlands, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire, and Berkshire have said children don't have to arrive until 10.30am so they can stay up late to watch Sunday's 'cultural event'.
Rossmere Primary School in Hartlepool has told parents and carers the clash against history is 'a learning opportunity' for the children, saying: 'We would rather have children rested and in school ready to learn rather than absent all day or grumpy'.
The headteacher of Salcombe Primary School, Andy Pugsley, has told parents in the wealthy coastal town: School will start at 8:40am but children arriving up to 10:30 won't be marked as late, and they won't miss any lessons.'
A petition calling for a Bank Holiday on Monday should England win has passed 300,000 signatures.
Lee Jones set up a petition on the Parliament website on Thursday, saying it would be 'beneficial and sensible' to give the country the day off. Sir Keir backed the campaign today.
The Prime Minister believes it would be 'tempting fate' to announce one in advance of the most significant football match since 1966. While any victory parade would be delayed until after July 19.
But hinting he is edging towards the move if England win, a Downing Street spokesman said: 'We don't want to pre-empt the