UK to Allow More Than 60,000 Fans at Wembley Stadium


The government of United Kingdom are going to be allowing more than 60,000 fans during the semi-finals and final of the UEFA Euro 2020 at the Wembley Stadium after the football UEFA has secured an agreement on Tuesday, 22nd June 2021, with the government of United Kingdom on increasing the capacity of the fans.

Both UEFA and government of UK have not provided any details yet on how the fans from the abroad nations can potentially be attending the matches without having the problem to be quarantined after flying into London, and the government of United Kingdom had already agreed for increasing the current capacity of around 22,000 at the group-stage of the tournament to around 40,000 for one game in the games of round of 16.

The final three matches of the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament at the stadium of 90,000 seats, and now the Wembley stadium is going to be allowed to be at around the capacity of 75 percent for the semi-finals and final of the tournament, and Aleksander Ceferin said that, the previous 18 months have taught them on both and off the pitch on how the integral fans are going to be the fabric of the game.

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Aleksander Ceferin also said, the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament has been a ray of hope for reassuring the people, that they have now been returning to more normal way of life and this has now been a big further step along that road, and he is now going to be grateful to Boris Johnson, prime minister of UK and his government for their hard work in the process of finalizing these arrangements with them.