The twelve host countries of the European Football Championship next summer had to submit a plan on Wednesday regarding the minimum number of spectators for the matches in their stadium.

An overview of the proposals, on which UEFA will pass judgment on April 28.

Amsterdam, Johan Cruijff ArenA

Capacity

: 54,000


European Championship matches

: Netherlands-Ukraine (June 13), Netherlands-Austria (June 17), Netherlands-North Macedonia (June 21), one eight-final game (June 26).


Plan for number of spectators

: The KNVB is aiming for a minimum of 12,000 supporters per game, which equates to 25 percent of the ArenA's capacity.

Gijs de Jong, tournament director of the European Championship matches in Amsterdam, hopes that the number will increase to 20,000 or maybe even 30,000 fans.

However, if the state of the pandemic in June is worse than estimated, the number of spectators could also be adjusted downwards.

Azerbaijan National Stadium opened in 2015.

Azerbaijan National Stadium opened in 2015.

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Baku (Azerbaijan), Baku Olympic Stadium

Capacity:

69,000


European Championship matches

: Wales-Switzerland (June 12), Turkey-Wales (June 16), Switzerland-Turkey (June 20), one quarter-final match (July 3).


Spectator plan

: Not yet disclosed.

A week before the first European Championship game in Baku, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Formula 1 will in any case be completed without an audience in the capital.

San Mamés has recently been completely renovated.

San Mamés has recently been completely renovated.

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Bilbao (Spain), San Mamés

Capacity:

53,000


European Championship matches

: Spain-Sweden (June 14), Spain-Poland (June 19), Slovakia-Spain (June 23), one eight-final game (June 27).


Spectator plan

: Bilbao reported on Wednesday that it wants to fill San Mamés for 25 percent (over 13,000 spectators), but the local government was soon rebuffed by the Spanish Football Association.

According to the RFEF, the seven conditions set by the Basque city are unattainable and therefore no matches with fans can be organized.

The National Stadium in Bucharest is played by FCSB and Dinamo Bucharest.

The National Stadium in Bucharest is played by FCSB and Dinamo Bucharest.

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Bucharest (Romania), Arena Nationala

Capacity:

54,000


European Championship matches

: Austria-North Macedonia (June 13), Ukraine-North Macedonia (June 17), Ukraine-Austria (June 21), one eight-final game (June 28).


Plan for number of spectators

: The Romanian government wants to allow 13,000 fans (about 25 percent of the capacity of the stadium in Bucharest) per European Championship match.

Several European matches have recently been played in the Puskás Aréna.

Several European matches have recently been played in the Puskás Aréna.

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Budapest (Hungary), Puskás Aréna

Capacity:

68,000


European Championship matches

: Hungary-Portugal (June 15), Hungary-France (June 19), Portugal-France (June 23), one eight-final game (June 27).


Spectator plan

: Not yet disclosed.

The Hungarian government has previously said that only vaccinated fans are allowed to sit in the stadium for European Championship matches.

Parks is the smallest stadium of the European Championship.

Parks is the smallest stadium of the European Championship.

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Copenhagen (Denmark), Parks

Capacity:

38,000


European Championship matches

: Denmark-Finland (June 12), Denmark-Belgium (June 17), Russia-Denmark (June 21), one eight-final game (June 28).


Plan for number of spectators

: The Danish government wants to allow at least 12,000 fans (about 30 percent of the capacity) per European Championship match.

The Aviva Stadium is used for football and rugby.

The Aviva Stadium is used for football and rugby.

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Dublin (Ireland), Aviva Stadium

Capacity:

51,000


European Championship matches

: Poland-Slovakia (June 14), Sweden-Slovakia (June 18), Sweden-Poland (June 23), one eight-final game (June 29).


Spectator plan

: Ireland has to fear for its European Championship matches.

"We informed UEFA today that given the pandemic we are not in a position to provide certainty about a minimum number of spectators," the Irish association FAI said in a statement Wednesday.

Hampden Park is Scotland's national stadium and is not used by Celtic or Rangers.

Hampden Park is Scotland's national stadium and is not used by Celtic or Rangers.

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Glasgow (Scotland), Hampden Park

Capacity:

51,000


European Championship matches

: Scotland-Czech Republic (June 14), Croatia-Czech Republic (June 18), Croatia-Scotland (June 22), one eight-final game (June 29).


Spectator plan

: The Scottish Government has authorized 12,000 fans in Hampden Park, 25 percent of the capacity.

Wembley is prepared to organize more European Championship matches, if other countries drop out.

Wembley is prepared to organize more European Championship matches, if other countries drop out.

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London (England), Wembley

Capacity:

90,000


European Championship matches

: England-Croatia (June 13), England-Scotland (June 18), Czech Republic-England (June 22), one eight-final match (June 26), two semi-finals (July 6 and 7), final ( July 11).


Spectator plan

: According to the British government's timetable, a maximum of 10,000 fans may be in stadiums from mid-May and an unlimited number from 21 June.

However, the English FA has submitted a plan to UEFA;

there may be at least 20,000 spectators in all group duels at Wembley, and much more in the matches in the knockout phase.

The Allianz Arena is Bayern Munich's stadium.

The Allianz Arena is Bayern Munich's stadium.

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Munich (Germany), Allianz Arena

Capacity:

70,000


European Championship matches

: France-Germany (June 15), Portugal-Germany (June 19), Germany-Hungary (June 23), one quarter-final match (July 2).


Spectator plan

: Due to the worsening corona figures in Germany, there is uncertainty about the number of fans that Munich will allow in its four European Championship matches.

A spokesman for the city's local government just wanted to say on Wednesday that a plan outlining "different scenarios" has been submitted to UEFA.

"It is certainly possible and desirable that there will be fans in the stadium. But which scenario it will be depends on the status of the pandemic in June and July."

Stadio Olimpico was opened in 1953.

Stadio Olimpico was opened in 1953.

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Rome (Italy), Stadio Olimpico

Capacity:

68,000


European Championship matches

: Turkey-Italy (June 11), Italy-Switzerland (June 16), Italy-Wales (June 20), one quarter-final match (July 3).


Plan for number of spectators

: The Italian Football Association says that fans will be present in Rome, which, among other things, may organize the opening match of the European Championship.

According to the Italian government, due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, no specific number could be given for the UEFA deadline.

Fans are already allowed to attend duels of Zenit St. Petersburg this season.

Fans are already allowed to attend duels of Zenit St. Petersburg this season.

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Saint Petersburg (Russia), Krestovsky Stadium

Capacity:

61,000


European Championship matches

: Belgium-Russia (June 12), Finland-Russia (June 16), Finland-Belgium (June 21), one quarter-final match (July 2).


Plan for number of spectators

: The local organizing committee expects "minimal restrictions" for the four European Championship matches.

"We already have an agreement that the stadium will be at least 50 percent full at every game."

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