The Prime Minister is under pressure to consider taking a day off when the following situations occur Three Lions Won the game after beating Denmark 2-1 Wembley Wednesday night.
When asked about the bank holiday prospects if England beat Italy in the final, Mr Johnson said: “I think it will be a tempting fate; let’s see what happened.”
Calls for Monday’s rest are growing, and a petition on the parliament website has more than 100,000 signatures.
It reads: “Sunday evening at 8 o’clock is a difficult time for families to plan to participate in activities together-knowing that we have an extra day off the next day will greatly help this.
“In addition, a historic victory should be celebrated. The winning team should parade the trophy, and the bank holiday will be the best time to do so.
“In addition, the British naturally want to continue to enjoy victory, which provides a much-needed opportunity for the retail and leisure industries to make up for lost revenue.”
Downing Street stated that it would hold a victory parade and other celebrations for the England team “in due course.”
The Prime Minister’s official spokesperson said: “I don’t want to pre-determine the outcome of Sunday’s game. Obviously, we want England to go all the way and win the final, and then we will make our plan in due course.
“We hope that when England continues to win, then continue to make our plan.”
Downing Street also said that capable employers should be flexible to allow employees to work on Monday night, or take a day off if the England team wins.
If settled according to the normal time, the game will end before 10pm.
However, the prospect of overtime and penalty shootouts means that the game may end around 11pm.
Mr. Johnson has stated that the bar can be open until 11:15 this Sunday to reduce the risk of customers being told to leave before the game is over.
The victory against Denmark on Wednesday entered overtime and ended around 10.45 in the evening.