England striker will be able to play the last European Championship group game, against Ukraine, the tournament co-hosts.
Wayne Rooney sees ban reduced to two matches by Uefa
Wayne Rooney has been cleared to play in England's final group match at next year's European Championship following a UEFA decision to reduce his three-match ban to two.
UEFA says its appeals panel deferred the final match of the England striker's three-match suspension on condition of good behavior for four years.
England faces Euro 2102 co-host Ukraine on June 19, but Rooney remains banned for England's games against France and Sweden.
UEFA banned Rooney for three matches after he was sent off for kicking Montenegro defender Miodrag Dzudovic in England's last qualifier in October.