Reviews Bilbao and Dublin finally deprived of Euro?
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Fear of cities.
The Spanish Football Federation has calmed the ardor of Bilbao. In a statement, she dropped: "It is unachievable there are spectators at the Mamés San stadium in June, because of the sanitary conditions set by the Basque Government. This statement comes, on Wednesday, to accommodate at least 13,000 spectators per encounter. The RFEF also states that "60% of the population in the Basque Country and in the rest of Spain must be vaccinated before June 14 or have a figure that does not exceed 2% of the beds occupied by the patients of the COVID intensive care. To date, the Basque Country recorded one of the lowest rates of vaccine administration in Spain (just over 60%).
Uncertainty about Euro 2020
© Supplied by Sports.fr Ceferin While the coronavirus pandemic is still raging across Europe, UEFA has still not put an end to the organization of Euro 2020, rescheduled from June 11 to July 11 this year, in 12 different cities of the Old Continent. UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin is said to be wondering "whether it is not more reasonable to organize the tournament in one country", according to Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the president of Bayern, in an interview with Monday. Münchner Merkur.
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in Dublin, optimism seems to have left the resignation,. The Irish Football Federation (ISP) meant to UEFA that it was not able, for the moment, to guarantee a minimum gauge of spectators for the euro. Like an open door left to Cardiff or an English city?
as a reminder, the stages that can not accommodate from Public.
EURO 2020: The known fill rates end of April .
© provided by Sofoot Europe of the twelve disparities. The twelve host countries of Euro 2020 (June 11 - 11 July) today submitted their plans to the conditions and the admission gauge of the spectators. Martin Kallen, Director of the Tournament in UEFA spoke of "great differences from one city to another" , with a filling rate that varies between 25 and more than 50% of the capacity of stadiums.