Arsenal has become the first Premier League club to welcome back their supporters ahead of their Europa League tie on Thursday.
The Londoners confirmed the good news expressing how delighted they were to have been allowed to accommodate 2,000 supports when they host Rapid Vienna on December 3rd.
Taking on their official website, the Gunners revealed how things have never been the same since a ban was effected following the COVID-19 pandemic.
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They continued by appreciating the reduced maximum of 2,000 people as they look forward to have everyone back to the stadium.
The announcement follows confirmation by the UK government placing the stadium at top tier 2 in the latest COVID-19 guidelines.
In the upcoming fixture against Rapid Vienna, the prices will be based on first come first serve basis with priority sale open come November 28th.
COVID-19 regulations will be adhered to with those coming in expected to maintain social distance with two seats set to be left empty between people.
A ballot process will then begin during the Arsenal vs Burnley fixture and moving forward as revealed by the club itself.