UEFA announced this Friday that there will be an audience in the stadiums during Euro 2021, which takes place from June 11 to July 11. The body that governs European football announced that eight of the host cities (Saint Petersburg, Budapest, Baku, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Glasgow and London) have already communicated that they will be able to host spectators in different percentages. The other four (Bilbao, Munich, Rome and Dublin) have until April 19 to provide additional information on their plans.
UEFA said in a statement that “on that date the final decisions will be made on the holding of the matches at these four venues” and more information will be communicated to those who have purchased tickets for the matches there. ”
The body that governs European football showed its satisfaction because the venues of Saint Petersburg, Budapest, Baku, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Glasgow and London have confirmed the capacity of their stadiums between 25% and 100% based on their forecasts improvement of the health situation in their countries in June and July, when the tournament is held.
UEFA also expressed its appreciation to both the federations and the national and local authorities for working together to “ensure the safe return” of the public to the stadiums.