9,500 European League Final fans allowed
9500 fans will be allowed to attend the final match of the European Football League in the Polish city of Gdansk on May 26, after the European Union for the game (UEFA) announced that it had received the approval of the Polish authorities.
The match will be held at the Energa Stadium in Gdansk and will allow a crowd attendance of 25 percent of the stadium’s capacity.
Each team will receive 2,000 tickets, while another 2,000 will be sold to everyone.
The remaining tickets will be awarded to the LOC, UEFA, National Federations, Business Partners and Broadcasting Networks.
UEFA said in a statement, "The Polish authorities confirmed their agreement to allow a crowd of attendance at 25 percent of the stadium's capacity, or up to 9,500 fans."
The Confederation indicated that it may ask fans to prove that they have been vaccinated or are free of infection with the Coronavirus.
"Fans coming from outside Poland will have to adhere to the restrictions in place at the border during this time. No exemptions will be given to match ticket holders," UEFA added.
And meet Manchester United, away from the stadium with Rome next Thursday in the second leg of the semi-final after winning 6-2 in the first place over the Italian club.
In the second confrontation, Villarreal, the Spaniard, will also meet Arsenal, after beating the London club 2-1.
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