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Europa League finals to see 9500 fans at Gdańsk stadium

Europa League finals to see 9500 fans at Gdańsk stadium

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Europa League finals to see 9500 fans at Gdańsk stadium

In The Europa League finals up to 9,500 fans will be able to participate later this month in the Polish city of Gdańsk, announced on Monday after receiving a green light from UEFA local authorities. The governing body of European football said that Polish officials had agreed that 25% of the nearly 40,000 seats at Gdańsk Stadium could be filled on Wednesday, 26 May. The game could be a particularly English occupation. 

Manchester United will surely reach the final after beating Roma 6–2 in the first leg of Thursday’s semi-finals. Arsenal host Villarreal 2-1 on Thursday after the first leg of the draw against the Spanish in the second semi-final.

Fans outside Poland will be allowed to enter, with UEFA announcing that 2,000 tickets will be awarded to each finalist, while the other 2,000 will be on sale to the general public. The remaining tickets will be distributed to other groups, such as UEFA’s trading partners, broadcasters, and national associations. 

UEFA Europa League Final will be conducted at Gdańsk stadium

UEFA said in a statement, “Fans coming from abroad will have to comply with entry restrictions on the border and the requirements that will be in place at the last minute, as ticket holders will not be given any discounts.” Adding that supporters may need to provide evidence of a vaccine or a negative COVID-19 test to enter the fray.

The event in Gdańsk, on the Baltic coast of Poland, which hosted matches at Euro 2012, was scheduled to host the Europa League final last year before the epidemic. Instead, last season’s competition ended in Germany with the “Final 8” format, with Sevilla winning the final at Inter Milan Cologne.

Supporters interested to visit Gdańsk stadium to witness Europa League Finals can apply for tickets here. Ticket sales for the 2021 UEFA Europa League final in Gdańsk on 26 May are now open, exclusively on UEFA.com. The window will close at 14:00 CEST on Friday.

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