Fans who have valid tickets for some of the European Football Championships held in Budapest but do not want to participate due to the coronavirus pandemic will have the opportunity to redeem their tickets before next Thursday.
According to a report on the Hungarian Football Association website, the website decided to do so before April 22, and the European Football Association (UEFA) will refund the entire purchase amount.
In order to enter the stadium, everyone must have a valid security certificate except for valid tickets. Fans who hold valid tickets and the above documents but have symptoms of coronavirus disease are not allowed to enter the stadium. In order to shield fans with symptoms, temperature measurements were taken at the entrance of the stadium.
Foreign visitors with valid tickets need a negative PCR test or vaccination certificate to enter, or must prove that they have contracted the disease within six months.
In early May, UEFA plans to provide another ticket sale stage for fans of the national team participating in the European Championship in November, so that Hungarian printers will have another opportunity to wait for tickets on UEFA’s official ticketing platform.
UEFA announced on Friday that the games postponed due to the pandemic will be held in front of spectators. Based on the foreseeable development of the epidemic and the expected improvement in vaccination, Budapest’s goal is to allow fans to occupy 100% of the audience in the three group matches as long as the strict conditions for participation are met. Entered the eighth finals. Claim.