UEFA are likely to inform The Football Association that England's next home UEFA Nations League fixture must be played in front of children only.
The governing body are meeting on Monday to determine the punishment which will be handed out for the scenes which transpired ahead of July's Euro 2020 final with Italy.
Hundreds of people were able to force their way through stewards and security measures to take up seats at Wembley Stadium, delaying genuine ticket holders in the process.
According to The Sun, UEFA are expected to tell The FA that England must play their next home UEFA Nations League fixture behind closed doors.
Like has been the case in other nations, that is likely to see local schoolchildren given the opportunity to attend the game with a parent or family member.
Monday's discussions also come less than a week since a section of Hungary supporters fought with police during the early stages of the World Cup qualifier between the two nations.