The cities of the next European football championship have been chosen with the formula of traveling venues: the matches in Munich have been confirmed with a minimum of 14,500 spectators, Seville replaces Bilbao, while the Dublin matches move to St. Petersburg and London.
These are the decisions of the Uefa Executive Committee which met today in videoconference on the basis of the possibility of opening the European matches to the public.
The four races initially planned in Bilbao will be moved to the Estadio La Cartuja in Seville.
The organization of these matches is taken over by the Autonomous Community of Andalusia.
The cities thus become 11.
In particular - explains UEFA in a note - the Autonomous Community of Andalusia has confirmed its intention to allow spectators access to 30% of the stadium capacity for all three matches in Group E and for the match of the round of 16. "Following the decision of the local authorities - explains the governing body of European football - it was clear that the fans would not be able to attend the matches that should have been played there. Therefore, with the assistance of the Spanish Football Association ( Rfef), UEFA has proposed to move those matches to another venue in the same host country, simply to allow fans to attend the matches after a year in which they have not been able to see live football in the stadiums. aa festive atmosphere for all the matches that will take place in UEFA's top national competition. "The three Group E matches initially planned in Dublin have been rescheduled at the Saint Petersburg Stadium, a facility that was to host three Group B matches and a fourth final. The eighth-final originally scheduled in Dublin has been moved to Wembley Stadium, London. All tickets for the Bilbao and Dublin matches will be canceled. Ticket holders will be refunded in full of the face value of the canceled tickets Further details on ticket sales for the reorganized matches in London, St Petersburg and Seville will be communicated on EURO2020.com/tickets and via email to current ticket holders.Importantly, holders of tickets for the Bilbao and Dublin matches will receive priority access on the order of arrival for future ticket sales windows for the corresponding reorganized matches. For tickets purchased through the sales program of the participating national associations, the rules of the respective fan club will apply. Wembley Stadium will host a total of eight matches, including the final.Wembley Stadium will host a total of eight matches, including the final.Wembley Stadium will host a total of eight matches, including the final.