The Europa League final, on May 26 in Gdansk, will be played in front of 9,500 spectators.
The final of the Europa League 2020-2021 will be played with the public in the grandstand (in Gdansk, Poland). UEFA has announced that it has reached an agreement with the Polish authorities. The instance will be able to use 25% of the capacity of the PGE Arena Gdansk, i.e. a presence of 9,500 supporters in the stadium on May 26.
The finalists will each receive 2,000 tickets, while 2,000 tickets will be offered for sale to the general public via the official UEFA.com website. The remaining tickets will be allocated to the local organizing committee, UEFA, national associations, business partners and broadcasters. Supporters have until Friday, May 7 to request a maximum of two tickets per person.
” Foreign supporters will have to comply with the border entry restrictions and requirements that will be in effect at the time of the final as no exemptions will be granted to ticket holders. Access to the stadium will be granted in accordance with applicable local legislation, which must be confirmed by local authorities during this week and may include the need for proof of a vaccine or a negative COVID test result- 19 “, Said the authority in a press release.
🎟️ Applications for tickets for the #UELfinal in Gdańsk, Poland on 26 May are open until Friday.
🏟️ Up to 9,500 fans will be allowed to attend the game.
Full info: ⬇️
– UEFA (@UEFA) May 4, 2021
A final without Mancunian supporters?
After his 6-2 victory over the Roma in the first leg, Manchester United has almost validated his ticket for the final of the competition. Thus, the club will receive 2000 places for these supporters. But the British are currently not allowed to travel abroad for leisure purposes. However, that could change on May 17th. The government must announce the third step of the roadmap to get out of health restrictions.
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