England EURO 2020 Flash Decision

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The countdown continues for EURO 2020, which has been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak (Kovid-19).

A flash statement came from England about the tournament, where a limited number of spectators will be allowed.

The UK government, which will host many matches at the tournament, has announced it will not ease Kovid-19 restrictions due to Euro 2020.

In the same statement, it was pointed out that the 10-day quarantine requirement would continue for fans from countries on the UK’s quarantine list.

Talks are underway between UEFA and the government to allow foreign spectators to attend these important matches without needing a long period of quarantine, tournament director Martin Kallen said on Friday.


The European Football Championship (EURO 2020) will be held from June 11 to July 11, 2021.

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Seville, St. Petersburg and London will be the hosts.

Seville’s La Cartuja stadium will host 3 Group E matches and one round of 16 match at 30 percent capacity.

The other 3 competitions in the same group were St. Petersburg Stadium, and one of the last 16 matches will be played at Wembley Stadium in London.

The city of Munich, which said at least 14,500 spectators will be hosting the matches, was guaranteed a welcome. The number of hosts in the championship has increased from 12 to 11.

Among the cities where EURO 2020 will be played, Budapest is at 100%, St. Petersburg and Baku have announced that they will allow spectators at 50%, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Glasgow, Copenhagen and Rome 25 at 33%, and London at 25%.

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