The holding of the European League final competition with the presence of the masses
The European Football Association (UEFA) announced today, Monday, that the final of the European League, which will be hosted by the Gdansk stadium in Poland, on the 26th of this month, may witness the attendance of 9 thousand and 500 spectators.
UEFA said in an official statement: “The Polish authorities have confirmed to (UEFA) about 25% of the stadium’s capacity, or a maximum of 9,500 spectators.”
The Confederation revealed that the masses, who will travel to the Polish city to follow the final, “must fulfill the conditions and regulations for entering the country in effect at the time of the final.”
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The statement also noted that entering the stadium will be in accordance with the conditions of “local legislation”, which will be “confirmed” this week, which “may include the need for a vaccination certificate, or a negative test for the detection of the Corona virus.”
UEFA added that in the event that the Polish authorities announce that the capacity of the stadium will be reduced to the agreed number, the total ticket price will be refunded to the selected buyers.
Next Thursday evening, the final party of the European League competition will be decided this season, when the two semi-final matches are over, as Rome hosts the English team Manchester United, who won the first leg in England last week with a score of 6-2, while Villarreal of Spain will be a guest of Arsenal. Note that the “Yellow Submarines” team won the round (2-1) after penetrating the fortresses of the “gunners” on two occasions.