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Football fans from various countries were banned from attending matches at Wembley Stadium this week due to the UK’s COVID-19 restrictions. This restriction was circumvented by UEFA activists who forced the government to ease restrictions on federation officials and dignitaries.

The Danish Federation has stated that the lucky ones selected to travel on the delegation’s official flight will be in so-called bubbles and as a result will not have contact with other people.

The association added that about 7,900 tickets for the game were sold to Danes living in the United Kingdom. About 5,000 Danish flags were sent “to make Wembley as red and white as possible”.

The match, which will start on 21, will likely be watched by a total of 60,000 spectators, mostly from England.

A win would allow the Danes to play in the European Championship for the second time. So far, they made this play in 1992, when they won the title dramatically in Swedish courts.

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The Italians await the winner of the evening semi-final, who on Tuesday turned out to be 4-2 better than the Spaniards in a series of penalties. After the regular 90 minutes and overtime the score was 1-1.

The final match is scheduled to take place on July 11th.

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