UEFA decides this Wednesday on the public and the 5 changes in the Eurocup

The UEFA will study this Wednesday the proposal to allow five changes in the Eurocup next summer and in the final phase of the Nations League 2021 and will rule on the admission of spectators to the matches it organizes.

Both topics are part of the agenda of the meeting of the Executive committee, which will review the decision adopted last October 1 when it allowed the partial return of spectators to its competitions, with a maximum limit of 30% of the stadium’s capacity, only with local public and with the approval of the competent authorities.

The UEFA made this decision after the success of the “pilot match” of the Super Cup played on September 24 at the stadium. Puskas Arena in Budapest, where he Bayern Munich He won the title against Sevilla, and the presence of fans was allowed in that percentage.

In addition to the audience and the five changes, the Executive committee will also address the future of club competitions from the 2024 season, although the UEFA He explained that the official decision on this will be taken at the next meeting scheduled for April 18, “with the aim of ending the ongoing talks.”

This Wednesday’s agenda also includes the approval of the selection system for the teams that will participate in the world Cup female sub’20 in 2022, reported the UEFA.