Measures taken in the United Kingdom make it impossible for foreign supporters to come to the euro’s final square in London.
TeaAll Euro routes lead to London’s “temple of football” Wembley where the Italy-Spain and England-Denmark semi-finals will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday. Duel which will be played in a stadium where the capacity will be 75%, or 60,000 supporters. Among these, it would not be difficult to find Italians, Spaniards or Danes who traveled for the occasion.
Coronavirus restrictions implemented in the United Kingdom do not allow supporters to travel to London. Foreigners will have to undergo 10 days of isolation after entering the area, which can be reduced to 5 in the event of a negative PCR test. With Italy and Spain qualifying for the semi-finals last Friday and Denmark on Saturday, the deadline for foreigners is too short if they consider taking a seat at Wembley’s stands.
This does not mean that these three countries will not be able to trust their supporters. The federations have appealed to their citizens living in the English capital to mobilize to support their respective teams.
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