FT – Euro – UEFA in talks with the United Kingdom for supporters from the continent during the last four

The semi-finals and final of the Euros will take place in London but the United Kingdom imposes a ten-day quarantine on those arriving from the continent. UEFA is in talks with British officials to ease restrictions. While the final four matches of the Euro are scheduled for Wembley, UK, supporters from across the continent may not be able to participate. Indeed, apart from the three British selections (Wales, Scotland, England), all participating nations appear on the British government’s “Amber List”. However, travelers coming from the countries included in this list are forced to quarantine for ten days. Turkey is on the even stricter “Red List”. ALSO READ Euro: schedule and results Faced with this situation, tournament organiser, Martin Kallen indicated that UEFA was in discussions with British authorities to lift the ban. ” We are discussing for the final stage, especially for the last four, He explained in detail. We talk every day with the local authorities but we hope to reach a good conclusion with the government. It’s too early to say at the moment, but we’ve got indications that it might be possible. But it is too early to give a clear answer. The British government has already given its consent to increase the number of supporters at Wembley for the Euro final. While group matches are played in front of 22,500 spectators, the final will welcome 40,000 supporters per match.

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