TWO Wembley stewards have been charged after we exposed a plot to sell passes to England’s Euro final with Italy for £4,500.
Yusuf Amin and Dalha Mohamad, both 18, have been charged with theft.
The pair, of East London, are due to appear at Willesden magistrates’ court, West London, on Friday.
The Sun on Sunday told last week how security passes, high-vis bibs and wristbands were offered on a Facebook site called Uefa Face Value Tickets Swap and Sell.
The would-be sellers were held after we alerted police.
The Euros final between England and Italy on July 11 was marred by violence as 2,500 ticketless yobs stormed the stadium.
Cops have made at least 86 arrests and issued ten images of men they are hunting over the trouble.