According to the latest news on sporting events, the first game of EURO 2020 season kicks off on June 11th at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico.
A year-long delay has stirred up the sports fans’ excitement, as they prepare to watch a Turkey vs Italy game at 21:00 today.
The long-awaited UEFA championship takes place from June 11th conducting on July 11th in London.
51 matches between 24 teams will be played in 11 different cities across the continent. This is a unique practice for the tournament. Among the main host cities are London, Amsterdam, Bucharest and Copenhagen. The cities of Bilbao and Dublin weren’t allowed to host EURO tournament as they failed to provide the required information forms.
The COVID-19 restrictions will be eliminated for all football fans traveling across borders. The visitors entering the venues of Bucharest, London and Rome will have to provide a negative covid test or a vaccination form.
Will fans be allowed inside the stadium?
According to the UEFA board, the venues will run at a minimum of 22 per cent capacity in Munich. Whilst Budapests’ Puskás Aréna will allow a full house for the group stage and knock-out phase matches.
The stadiums of Baku and Petersburg will run at 50% capacities, while the authorities of other cities, like Amsterdam, Rome, Seville, and Bucharest, have only permitted a maximum of 44% percent of fans to attend.
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