European football governing body UEFA has brought a new law that must be followed before fans will be allowed into the stadium to watch the game. Based on the global pandemic that shocks the world last year, the body has decided to allow fans back to the stadium but before then have decided to put forth a law that will help both the players and the fans.
UEFA Makes New Laws For Euro 2020
According to them, football fans attending England’s Euro 2020 group games at the Wembley Stadium will have to be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test before entry. Uefa also said UK-based ticket holders from the aged 11 or above would show proof of full vaccination, with both doses received at least 14 days before the match.
Those not fully vaccinated must show proof of a negative lateral flow test taken within the previous 48 hours. They are trying to ensure the place is safe for everyone. England will be playing their first game against Croatia in Wembley on Sunday.
Uefa says its “main priority” is to deliver a safe tournament and is “working with the local governments and health authorities to ensure measures adhere to the public health guidelines of the host country”. Wembley and Hampden Park are among the 11 venues which have been selected in England to host the Euro 2020 games. They also picked stadiums from Rome, Munich, Baku, St Petersburg, Budapest, Seville, Bucharest, Amsterdam and Copenhagen.