The English Football Association has been separately charged with multiple offenses by fans before and during their team's loss to Italy in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw.
Maguire was on target in a 4-0 thrashing of Ukraine in the quarter-finals as England clicked into gear after a slow start to the tournament.
Maguire was a major doubt for the European Championship, but Gareth Southgate waited on him even though the former Leicester defender was not fit until the third group game.
Maguire's effort and Jordan Henderson's first England goal on his 62nd cap both game from set-pieces with Harry Kane also scoring twice.
Maguire has not featured since suffering ankle ligament damage nearly six weeks ago.
Euro 2020: Experience of Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson will be vital moving forward, feels Wayne Rooney
For the very first time in Euros, England won their opening fixture thanks to Raheem Sterling's second-half goal against Croatia at Wembley.
The 28-year-old central defender has not played since injuring ankle ligaments in Manchester United's Premier League defeat by Aston Villa on May 9.
Maguire has been out of action since suffering ankle ligament damage playing for Manchester United in their Premier League win at Aston Villa on May 9.
Southgate had given himself an extra week to decide his final 26 players because 12 potential picks were playing in European club finals last week, with Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
England's first game of the European Championship is against Croatia on June 13, and team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's latest update suggested Maguire wasn't too far away from returning.
There is no fracture, hopefully Harry Maguire will be ready for Europa League final: Manchester United gaffer Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire is now racing time to be fit for Europa League final date against Villarreal on May 26.
While analysing England's squad for Euro 2020, Neville pointed out that Gareth Southgate's side could not do without Maguire.
Manchester United's Harry Maguire said there is 'no excuse' for the loss, adding that his side must do better in the upcoming games.
Goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli and a string of fine second-half saves from goalkeeper Jordan Pickford were enough for England to progress to the last four.
England comfortably beat Sweden 2-0 on Saturday to reach the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years.