EURO 2020: Can Fans enter back in Stadiums? to be decided by April 2021

A year after Euro 2020 was delayed, the arrangement for the reworked competition stays indistinct. UEFA is asking for the fans in arenas in numerous cities, yet is that conceivable? The actual hosts are not entirely certain.

UEFA’s president counts on things being completely different in a quarter of a year’s time.

“We have several scenarios, but the one guarantee we can make is that the option of playing any Euro 2020 match in an empty stadium is off the table,” said Aleksander Ceferin, to Croatian newspaper Sportske Novosti on Sunday. “Every host must guarantee there will be fans at their games.”

UEFA Euro was to be held last year but due to Corona Virus pandemic it was shifted to June 2021.
The competition would be held over a period of 1 month from June to July and would be conducted over 12 different European locations.

The working committee has decided against naming it EURO 2021 and would call it as EURO 2020 only. London would be hosting the Semi-finals and Finals of the cup.

England and Portugal are the most favorites and  deserving contenders of the cup this time.

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