The UK government will allow 60,000 spectators for the semi-finals and European Cup final

Approximately 60,000 spectators will witness the European Cup final. The UK government has increased Wembley’s capacity to qualify for the semi-finals and final of the national team championship, meaning that the stadium capacity will be 75% for these matches.

This decision indicates that the UK is taking another step towards normalcy, as this will be the first time in fifteen months, since the coronavirus pandemic was announced, that many people will be allowed to gather at a sporting event.

It’s great news that so many fans will be able to watch the last three matches of Euro 2020 at WembleyUEFA President Alexander Ceferin said in response to the announcement of the expansion of the capacity of the London Stadium.

The UK government has delayed lifting all restrictions until July 19, but at Wembley matches, along with some other sporting events, capacity increases have been allowed so far under the Events Research Program.

Wembley’s capacity has been reduced to 22,500 group stage matches at Euro 2020. A number that will increase, as it will be expanded to 45,000 spectators, about 50% of total capacity, for two matches of the Round of 16, and to 60,000 in the semi-finals and final.

As a condition of being able to go to the Games, fans must prove that they have received two doses of the vaccine at least fourteen days before the match or submit a negative antigen test.

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