Up to a total of 9,500 spectators will be able to attend the final of the Europa League on May 26, which will be played at the Gdansk stadium (Poland) and in which Villarreal aspires to be, UEFA announced this Monday according to reports. EFE.
“The Polish authorities have confirmed to UEFA a capacity of 25 percent of the stadium or up to a maximum of 9,500 spectators,” UEFA said in a statement.
The governing body of European football revealed that foreign fans who travel to Gdansk “must comply with the requirements and restrictions of entry to the country in force at the time of the final”, since, as stressed, “possession of a ticket will not grant no type of exemption ”.
In this sense, UEFA warned that access to the stadium will be carried out under the terms of “local legislation”, which will be “confirmed” this week and that “could include the need for a vaccination test or a negative test result. Covid-19 “
In the event that the Polish authorities announce a further reduction in stadium capacity, UEFA will refund the full price of the ticket to the selected buyers.
Of the 9,500 tickets available, each finalist team will receive 2,000 seats, while another 2,000 will be put on sale to the general public through UEFA.com. The remaining tickets are allocated to the local organizing committee, UEFA and national associations, as well as to business partners and broadcasting companies.
Tickets, which can be purchased from this Monday until May 7, will have a price ranging from 40 euros for the cheapest seats to 130 for the most expensive. Each fan may request a maximum of two tickets, which will be designated through a draw.
This Thursday the return of the semifinals of the Europa League is played. In the first leg, Villarreal triumphed 2-1 against Arsenal and Roma lost 6-2 against Manchester United at Old Trafford.