Eriksen collapsed on the field during his team’s opening match against Finland on June 12 after suffering a cardiac arrest. He had to be resuscitated with a defibrillator.
Denmark's next match will be at a stadium Eriksen knows well; Wembley had also served as his former club Tottenham's temporary home in the past.
Eriksen and the entire Denmark team have received a flood of messages and well-wishes since the midfielder suffered cardiac arrest during the game against Finland.
Eriksen had been in the hospital in Copenhagen since collapsing on the field during his team’s opening match at the European Championship on Saturday.
They have one last chance to do so when they face Russia in Copenhagen on Monday, knowing a win could still be enough to see them through to the next round at Euro 2020.
Players from both teams then halted play after 10 minutes as the 25,000 fans rose for a minute of thunderous applause in tribute to Eriksen.
A giant Denmark shirt with Eriksen’s name and No. 10 shirt was unfurled on the field to a massive roar of approval from the fans.
The Danish federation said doctors have determined that Eriksen needs to have an ICD — implantable cardioverter-defibrillator.
Romelu Lukaku said he has exchanged text messages with Eriksen since the incident but was told it wasn’t yet possible to visit him in the hospital.
Delaney was the player who first initiated the protective circle to shield Eriksen from public view after he collapsed during the game against Finland at the European Championship.
Finland coach Markku Kanerva is concerned his players might still be traumatized by Christian Eriksen’s collapse when they play Russia in their second game at the European Championship.
Eriksen remains in the hospital after suffering cardiac arrest during Denmark’s game against Finland on Saturday, when he had to be resuscitated with a defibrillator on the field.
Eriksen fell face-forward onto the field in the 43rd minute of the game against Finland and needed critical care. The Euro 2020 match resumed about 90 minutes later and the Finns won 1-0.
Three of Denmark’s players have spoken to the media for the first time since Eriksen’s collapse during Saturday’s game against Finland at Euro 2020.
The rest of the Danish team was being given crisis management assistance as they process the incident
Blind was clearly emotional when he was substituted in the second half of the Netherlands' 3-2 victory at the Johan Cruyff Arena. He was hugged by Netherlands coach Frank de Boer before sitting down.
Denmark's team doctor said it was still unclear what caused the midfielder's collapse.
The Danish team canceled all planned media activities at its base camp and also postponed a training session to give its players more time process Saturday’s incident.
Before medical staff arrived on the pitch for Eriksen, Kjaer's quick thinking played a pivotal role in saving his life.