Denmark hopes to be able to count on some support from supporters in the semi-final of the European Championship against England on Wednesday.

National coach Kasper Hjulmand calls on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to relax the quarantine rules for away supporters.

Denmark qualified for the semifinals at Wembley on Saturday at the expense of the Czech Republic.

The host country England is the opponent in this.

Of the 60,000 tickets, 5,000 will go to Danish fans.

Because travelers entering the country are required to quarantine for ten days, only Danish fans who are resident in Great Britain can come to Wembley.

The question is whether they will fill all the reserved seats in the stadium.

"We hope Boris Johnson wakes up and still allows thousands of fans to come to London," Hjulmand told the Danish newspaper



"We hope he listens, but we have to wait and see."

National coach Kasper Hjulmand also hopes to see many Danish fans at Wembley.

National coach Kasper Hjulmand also hopes to see many Danish fans at Wembley.

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'Won duels thanks to our fans'

Denmark completed the three group matches in front of its own audience in Copenhagen.

Subsequently, many Danish supporters traveled to Amsterdam (eighth finals) and Baku (quarter-finals), where the quarantine rules are less strict than in Great Britain.

"We won those matches thanks to our fans," said Hjulmand.

"They made it feel like we were playing football in a stadium in Denmark. We are very grateful to them."

If Denmark makes it to the final, which will also be played at Wembley, a thousand supporters would be allowed to come from Denmark.

The same goes for the other finalist: Spain or Italy.

Agreements have already been made about this with UEFA.

Fans then travel up and down the same day.