After a mutual agreement between “UEAF” (Union of European Football Associations) and the British Government, Wembley is set to host finals and semi finals of EURO 2020 with 75% of its 90,000 capacity.
UEFA with the British government have held constructive talks inference to the possibility of increasing attendance at Wembley Stadium to 65,000 for the semifinals and final of the European Championship. The biggest crowds at a British sporting event for 16 months are now in prospect, although details of who will be able to attend the matches, and how, remain unresolved.
“Aleksander Ceferin”UEFA president said, “I am grateful to the prime minister and the UK government for their hard work in finalizing these arrangements with us, to make the tournament final stages a great success in Wembley.
According to the resolutions, officials at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) say discussions are ongoing over controversial requests from UEFA that VIPs, sponsors and broadcast partners be allowed to travel to the final without the need to quarantine.
UEFA EURO 2020 begun on 11th June and the tournament will end on 11th July 2021, with 11 host cities staging the 51 fixtures. Euros were initially set to happen in 2020 but due to the global pandemic that brought business to a stand still they were postponed to 2021.
All Drama and thrilling experience is set to be explored at the Wembley Stadium, London UK.