Football governing body has agreed to host a total of 9,500 spectators during the coming Europa League finals after receiving the green light from local authorities in Gdansk.
The local authorities agreed to sitting capacity of 25% on the Gdansk Stadium in the upcoming finals set for May 26th this year.
Manchester United, AS Roma, Arsenal and Villareal are in the battle for the trophy with the Red Devils on their way through following their 6-2 win in England last week.
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Arsenal will however work a little hard after falling to a 2-1 defeat in Span under their former coach Unai Emery who took an early lead in the second half before Pepe pulled one for Mikel Arteta’s side.
Both clubs that will make it through to the finals will be allowed a total of 2,000 tickets each by UEFA and another 2,000 tickets will go to the general public as revealed by the football governing body.
Broadcasters and partners of UEFA will also be granted their own portion of the tickets as strict measures will be put in place for those coming through the country’s boarder.
Those traveling from abroad will be allowed to the stadium upon showing a COVID-19 negative certificate.