The UEFA Champions League Final will be played with partially packed stands. The European Football Association (UEFA) announced on Wednesday that 16,500 spectators will enter the stadium of Dragao. This means that a third of all seats will be filled.
- The UEFA Champions League Final will take place on Saturday – 25 May
- UEFA will receive 16,500 spectators in the stands. There are a total of 50,000 in the stadium of Porto. Places
Final LM. UEFA It was announced that 1,700 out of 16,500 tickets would go to “regular” viewers, and Manchester City and Chelsea fans would receive a total of 12,000 tickets. The rest will be in the hands of the invited guests. Ticket sales for the Champions League Final began on Wednesday. The most expensive cost is 600 euros, the cheapest – 70.
Viewers who want to enter the stadium must show a negative result of a coronavirus test first. As Portugal is on the UK’s “green list”, visitors do not need to be quarantined immediately or upon their return.
The Champions League final moved. Porto instead of Istanbul
The last Champions League match of the year was moved to Portugal due to the bad situation in Turkey. UEFA originally awarded the match to Istanbul, but changed its mind under pressure from British authorities.
Turkey is currently the country with the highest daily average number of coronavirus infections. For this reason, Great Britain placed it on the “Red List” and placed very strict restrictions on visitors.
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