The friendly Spain-Portugal at the Wanda will have up to 22,590 spectators

The Ministry of Health of the Community of Madrid has authorized the celebration of the friendly soccer match between the national teams Spain and Portugal next June 4 at the stadium Metropolitan Wanda with a maximum capacity of 30% of the public, so the number of spectators may not exceed 22,590.

Once the action plan submitted by the Royal Spanish Football Federation has been reviewed, the General Directorate of Public Health has reported favorably on the proposed measures and allows the attendance of up to 22,590 fans, who must access the stadium by time slots, reported the Community of Madrid in a press release.

Until now, no football match with an audience of either the First Division or the senior team had been played in the Community of Madrid during the pandemic.

“The road to Euro 2021 begins in Madrid with the Spanish team,” the acting Madrid president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, wrote on Twitter.

To avoid crowds, the public must access through the 110 turnstiles of the 34 entrance gates established in different time slots, depending on the entrance access and the stadium area, and the event organizers will establish security controls throughout the venue. of signage to help channel spectator inflows and outflows.

Likewise, the use of a mask will be mandatory at all times and smoking and the consumption of food or drink in the stands will be prohibited.

In the same way, the General Directorate of Public Health has authorized the celebration with 30% of public capacity of the semifinals and final of the Queen’s Cup that will be played at the Butarque stadium, in the Madrid town of Leganés.

The contingency plan also prohibits the catering service, the prohibition of smoking and consuming drinks or food in the stands during the entire match and the mandatory use of masks.