Denmark to allow fans at Euro 2020 games


Denmark are set to have fans at their Parken Stadium for group games against Finland, Belgium and Russia for European Championship games this summer.

The country will allow at least 12,000 supporters to attend the matches. Parken Stadium has a capacity of 38,000.

The prestigious tournament was delayed by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

European Championships will take place between 11 June and 11 July 2021.

“The European Football Championship is a unique and historic event in Denmark,” said the Danish culture ministry in a press release.

“The government has therefore decided to allow at least 11,000-12,000 spectators for the four matches at the Parken stadium.

“At the same time, we will look at whether there can be even more spectators in the Parken if health conditions allow.

“We have also informed the DBU [the Danish Football Union] and Uefa that it may be necessary to close to spectators if there is a spread of infection, so it will be unjustifiable from a health point of view to allow spectators to the matches.”

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By FARPost Reporter

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