At least 12,000 people will be able to compete in the European Football Championship at the Johan Cruyff Stadium in Amsterdam.
The Dutch Association announced in a joint statement with the government and the city of Amsterdam that it is expected to have a capacity of 25%, but depending on the situation of the epidemic, the number of supporters may increase. The government will make a final decision at a later date. The government warned on Wednesday that if the number of infections increases again in the weeks leading up to the tournament, the number of supporters can be reduced. Viewers will need to take a new negative Covid test and follow strict health procedures.
The Dutch national team will play against three group opponents Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia at the Amsterdam Stadium, followed by the quarterfinals.
In Bilbao, their saturation is also calculated as 25%, which means that there are between 130,000 and 14,000 spectators per game at the San Mames Stadium.
The Spaniard will play group matches with the Swedes, Poles and Slovaks here, and will host the eighth final here.
As for Budapest and Puskas Arena, this is where the three group matches and the eighth finals are located, but the final decision has not yet been made. The Minister in charge of the Prime Minister’s Office Gergely Gulyás said in an online press conference on March 25: People who have been vaccinated can participate in the European Football Championship in Hungary. And since the plan is for everyone who requires vaccination before the end of May, we hope to “leave it before June” during this period.
The competition will be held from June 11th to July 11th in 12 cities including Budapest.